Mighty Fire

Mighty Fire

Members of Mighty Fire: D'Lanie McQuaig, Darryl K. Roberts, Harry Kim, Mel Bolton, Perry Peyton

Discography of Mighty Fire:

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Pages of releases table:
# Cover Release title Total tracks Download full release in mp3 Release Date Label
1

Mighty Fire

8 mp3 1982 Elektra
2

Love Fantasy

5 mp3
3

You Satisfy Me

2 mp3 1982 Elektra
4

No Time For Masquerading

8 mp3 1981 Elektra
5

Sixth Street (Turn It Up)

2 mp3 1982 Elektra
6

Sixth Street (Turn It Up)

2 mp3 1982 Elektra
7

I Could Write A Love Song / Love Fantasy

2 mp3 1981 Elektra
8

One Good Love Is Worth Two In The Bush

2 mp3 1981 Elektra
9

No Time For Masquerading

8 mp3 1981 Elektra
10

Love Attack

2 mp3 1981 Elektra
11

Take It To The Hoop - L.A. Lakers / Love Fuzz

2 mp3 1982 Elektra
12

I Could Write A Love Song

2 mp3 1981 Elektra
13

Take It To The Hoop - L.A. Lakers

2 mp3 1982 Elektra
14

Mighty Fire

8 mp3 1982 Elektra
15

Country Freakin / Benny`s

2 mp3 1979 Zephyr Records
16

Mighty Fire

8 mp3 1982 Elektra
17

One Good Love Is Worth Two In The Bush

2 mp3 1981 Elektra
18

I Could Write A Love Song / Sweet Fire

2 mp3 1981 Elektra
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Based in Los Angeles, Mighty Fire recorded two albums, in 1981 and 1982 respectively. 'No Time For Masquerading' was released, in 1981, on Elektra Records and featured Mel Bolton and Marilyn McLeod as co-producers. The track 'I Could Write A Love Song', was written for, writer Pam Sawyer's son, Steve Sawyer. The dancers 'Sweet Fire' and 'Love Fantasy' were popular on the U.K. dance floors. The album 'Mighty Fire' followed in 1982 on the Elektra imprint. The band split up after this release.
Darryl K. Roberts (keyboards / bass / vocals)
Perry Peyton (lead vocals / drums)
Mel Bolton (guitar / producer / vocals)
D'Lanie McQuaig (lead vocals / guitar)
Harry Kim (trumpet / vocals)

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