Like the allied powers of dance music, Robert Clivillés and David Cole separately enjoyed moderate success producing and remixing tracks for various artists, but together they were a dynamic force that deeply affected the sound of late '80s and early '90s dance music. After meeting on the Manhattan club scene in the late '70s, the young pair (Clivillés a DJ, Cole a keyboard player) began collaborating on tracks and testing them out on unsuspecting clubgoers. One such clubgoer was A&M big wig Larry Yasgar who, at the time, was scouting talent for his new subsidiary Vendetta. After hearing their improvised tracks, the two were promptly signed and released "A Cuban, a Black Man & a Drum Machine," which was a smash in clubland circa 1981. Although the remainder of the '80s was a successful time for the duo (they produced albums by Chaka ...
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