Inner Life

Inner Life is arguably one of the best American R&B/Soul studio projects of the post disco era with a handful or amazing disco albums and three accomplished LPs that have remained as powerful as the day they were recorded. Inner Life, composed of brilliant producers and musicians, enjoyed the presence of one of the "Queens of Disco" Jocelyn Brown.

Their 1979 hit "I'm Caught Up (In a One Night Love Affair)" climbed to number 22 on the U.S. R&B chart followed by their remake of Ashford & Simpson's "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" and "Knock Out" two years later have earned this band some of their greatest successes. Their third album titled Inner Life II is considered by most to the the finest of their LP's which includes the infectious, joyous beats of "Moment of My Life" among others.

Although the group's career together ended shortly after their last release, all involved members continued their careers often working together on various projects.