The video playlist includes Junior's three Top 40 songs from the 80s in chronological order, but doesn't feature his final hit from 1992 Then Came You as it is unavailable, unfortunately.
Junior Giscombe (real name Norman Washington Giscombe - what a mouthful and Norman just wouldn't work would it?) had a #7 hit in the UK with Mama Used To Say in 1982. The song also peaked at #30 in the US Bilboard Hot 100.
From London and with Jamaican parents, the ex-backing singer with the band Linx had two more Top 40 hit singles in the UK during the 80s, and one in the 90s, and these were; Too Late in 1982 (#20), Another Step (Closer To You) with Kim Wilde in 1987 (#6) and Then Came You in 1992 (#32).
Junior released five albums during the 1980s, but his only successful one in the UK was Ji which reached #28 in the album charts.
The vinyl single sleeve for "Mama Used To Say". The B-side of the 7" featured the "American Instrumental Mix". The 12" vinyl included a different instrumental and the "English Party Mix".
The single sleeve for Another Step (Closer To You). Hmm, I.m not sure who Kim Wilde's make-up artist was, but he/she should have been sacked on the spot - those eyebrows just aren't right!