Three days before Thanksgiving 1980, Tap records owner/producer Jeremiah Yisrael booked time at Mayfair Studios in NYC for Annette Denvil’s one and only recording session. He recruited Hemp Granderson to arrange a massive orchestra and brought in back up singers to add depth to Denvil’s thin voice. After running through Jeremiah’s five originals a few times, engineer Lenny Manchess hit “Record” and let the songs unfold live. The bulk of the material follows the path blazed at Finetone nine years earlier (including re-recordings of “Isn’t Everyday” and “My First Desire”), but the two passes on “Oh So Nice” are wonderful slices of sunny reggae disco, as lovely as the title promises. Plans made for releasing an album were abruptly shelved when Denvil found two pink lines on a home pregnancy test. Regardless, Yisrael had the fever, and the Bronx was teeming with the cure.