TIR 150: Kevin Spencer Tells How He Helped Build SOLAR’s Dynasty

Kevin Reynolds shown far right, with Leon Sylvers center.

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Featured in TIR Episode 150 (2 parts): Keyboardist, singer, composer and producer Kevin Spencer, best known as a core member of the 1980s dance-R&B group Dynasty. Originally a trio, the Leon Sylvers-produced act released a half-dozen albums from 1979-1988 and 16 singles, including the hits “I Don’t Want to Be a Freak (But I Can’t Help Myself,” “I’ve Just Begun to Love You” and “Love in the Fast Lane.”

As part of SOLAR Records’ stable of artists, Spencer also contributed to recordings by The Whispers, Shalamar, Carrie Lucas and The Sylvers. He was a key contributor to all-time classics like “Keep on Loving Me,” “Make Me That Move” and “A Night to Remember.”

RECORDED MAY 2020

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