Boy Meets Girl is the pop duo comprising George Merrill and Shannon
Rubicam. They released their first album including smash hit "Oh Girl"
in 1985 from A&M Records which was typical West Coast Pop album.
They are also well-known songwriter team who wrote "I Wanna Dance With
Somebody (Who Loves Me)" for Whitney Houston in 1987. In 1988, the second
album titled "Reel Life" which includes American Top 40 Hit "Waiting
For A Star To Fall".
The 3rd album "New Dream" should have followed in 1991.However,
this was never officially released anywhere in the world. Only very
limited number of promotinal CD's seemed to be distributed in the music
Thus, we had to wait for Boy Meets Girl music over the decade before
they re-embarked their musical journey with 4th album "The Wonderground"
in 2003, which is released under the name of "Boy Meets Girl Music".
Release Year: No official release (limited promotional
copy : 1991)
Producer: Phil Ramone, Arif Mardin, John Martin and
Keyboards: C.J. Vanston, Joe Mardin
Guitars: Bootsy Collins, Jeff Baxter, John Morton,
Drums: Michael Jochum
Bass: Leon Gear
New Dream (Move Me In The Way Of Love)
Bird In Hand
Love This World
Boy On My Mind
If Things Were Different
Flying The Cosmos
Be True / Soul Connection
Everybody's Somebody's Baby
Label: BoyMeetsGirl Music,USA
Release Date : Janurary, 2003
Producer: George Merrill
This Chronic Pain
Drug Of Choice
Make It Up
Birds Of A Feather
Don't Remind Me
HEARTBREAKER (c/w BE MY BABY)
45rpm EP: A&M Records, Japan (AMP-239)
Release Date: January 25, 1986
Remarks : "HEARTBREAKER" was advanced release singe
from their second album which was originally scheduled to release
in the spring season of 1986 from A&M Records. But,their second
album "Reel Life" was actually released in 1988 from RCA
without including this track.
This song was used in TV commercial film of prepaid telephone calling
card in Japan.
I WANNA DANCE WITH SOMEBODY
From the album:"Number One With A Bullet"
Release Date: January, 1989
Remarks :This is the self-cover version of their
smash hit song originally performed by Whitney Houston