Members of Brainstorm continued their musical careers with other bands or in production. Gerald (Jerry) Kent has produced a BMI-affiliated self-published CD in 2006, under the name Kent's Way Overdue entitled Tone Paintings, an original jazz-fusion guitar-based collection of instrumental cuts. See more of Brainstorm Music on Facebook William Wooten, who joined the band after the first album playing keyboards, now tours with The Dramatics and The Spinners. The Brothers Ali, Jerome and Jimmy (bass and guitar), joined about the same time in 1978, these days performing in Las Vegas and other venues. Their debut album, Stormin' , was their best-selling album, and was released in 1977 on Tabu Records, executive-produced by Clarence Avant and produced by Jerry Peters. Future Wham!/George Michael bassist, Deon Estus, was also a member of the band for a time. Other single releases from subsequent albums included 1978's "On Our Way Home", and "Hot for You", featuring Belita Woods on lead vocals. Woods later went on to perform as part of the Parliament-Funkadelic collective in touring sets around the world. Brainstorm was an American funk and R&B band active in the late 1970s, based in Detroit, Michigan. Bright went on to play trombone with the funk band Cameo for over twenty five years, and later released an album with other former Cameo members Aaron Mills, and Thomas TC Campbell, known as MCB (which was also the title of their album). Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. brainstorm（ブレインストーム）は、FM802が毎週水曜日の24:00～深夜3:00に放送していた生放送のラジオ番組。 DJは吉村昌広。正式タイトルは『802 MUSIC PLANET MERCURY brainstorm』。 概要 2012年4月放送開始。 Find Brainstorm bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - A Detroit '70s funk band, Brainstorm recorded for… A Detroit '70s funk band, Brainstorm recorded for Tabu in the late '70s. 5 talking about this. 152 likes. The members of the band (on the Stormin' album) were Belita Woods, bandleader and saxophonist Chuck Overton, Lamont Johnson on fretless bass and vocals ("This Must Be Heaven"), Renell Gonsalves on drums, Treaty Womack on vocals, percussion and flute, Bob Ross (a.k.a. Renell Gonsalves performs with a wide variety of artists, as a skillful Latin-jazz percussionist (His father was renowned jazz saxophonist Paul Gonsalves, late of the Duke Ellington band). Dúo de DJs / productores de música electrónica. Progressive PsyTrance duo project of Rafiek Gideon & Hakeem Hendricks. The album also contained the radio hit "This Must Be Heaven" which is considered a soul classic, by virtue of its continued air play 34 years later. , Singer Belita Karen Woods died on May 14, 2012 at age 63. Professor RJ Ross) on keyboards, Gerald (Jerry) Kent on guitar, Jeryl Bright on trombone, and "Leaping" Larry Sims on trumpet. Sims became the trumpeter for the Sounds of Blackness, which won two Grammy Awards during the 1990s. A teenage Regina Carter, who later became internationally known and respected as a jazz violinist, joined the band around 1978 and performed for a time with them. , Learn how and when to remove this template message, "Brainstorm | SoulTracks - Soul Music Biographies, News and Reviews", Memorial planned in Detroit for Parliament-Funkadelic singer Belita Karen Woods, More extensive biography from one-time member Deon Estus' website, More on Professor R.J. Ross, former keyboardist, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Brainstorm_(American_band)&oldid=962776514, Articles needing additional references from June 2007, All articles needing additional references, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 16 June 2020, at 00:33. Brainstorm was an American funk and R&B band active in the late 1970s, based in Detroit, Michigan.Their debut album, Stormin', was their best-selling album, and was released in 1977 on Tabu Records, executive-produced by Clarence Avant and produced by Jerry Peters.. It contained the disco hit single "Lovin' Is Really My Game", which was featured in the film 54 starring Mike Myers, and won the 1978 Billboard magazine Light Radio/Heavy Disco Record of the Year. Lamont Johnson released several solo albums and teaches bass. He also plays guitar and bass with the IDMR Detroit Choir, which choir was used in the closing scenes of Standing in the Shadows of Motown (film), singing background harmony behind Chaka Khan in a Grammy 2003 winning performance of What's Going On. Trenita (Treaty) Womack performs regularly with the Funk Brothers as well as a wide variety of other artists, and appeared in Standing in the Shadows of Motown (film), an award-winning documentary, as percussionist. Brainstorm Music. Professor RJ Ross has written and co-produced a number of music projects with well-known artists in California including a 2008 CD "Face to Face".