Inner Life

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Inner Life
Origin New York (state) New York, NY
Genres Disco, boogie, soul
Years active 1979–1986
Labels Salsoul
Associated acts Jocelyn Brown
Leroy Burgess
Patrick Adams

Inner Life was an American club-oriented soul studio project formed in 1979 that enjoyed success with "I'm Caught Up (In a One Night Love Affair)" (1979) and "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" (1981). Both tracks featured the vocals of Jocelyn Brown and Leroy Burgess (formerly of Black Ivory). Produced and arranged by Patrick Adams and engineered by Bob Blank and Joe Arlotta, the album was originally produced for executive producer Greg Carmichael, whose Red Greg Records was an early and prolific disco label based in New York.

They also had a minor hit on Salsoul Records in 1981 with "Knock Out (Let's Go Another Round)".


Inner Life discography
Studio albums 3
Compilation albums 1
Singles 9
Studio albums
  • I'm Caught Up (Prelude, 1979) US R&B #47[1]
  • Inner Life (Salsoul, 1980)
  • Inner Life II (Salsoul, 1981)
Compilation albums
  • The Anthology (Salsoul, 2005)
  • "I'm Caught Up (In a One Night Love Affair)" (1979) US R&B #22,[1] US Dance #7[1]
  • "I Want to Give You Me" (1980)
  • "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" (1981) US Dance #20[1]
  • "(Knock Out) Let's Go Another Round / Live It Up" (1981)
  • "Moment of My Life" (1982) US Dance #15[1]
  • "I Like It Like That" (1982) US R&B #93[1]
  • "No Way" (1983)
  • "Let's Change It Up" (1984)
  • "Your Love" (1986)


  1. ^ a b c d e f "allmusic ((( Inner Life - Awards: AllMusic )))". Billboard. Retrieved 2012-07-02. 

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