During her fourteen-year stay in Europe in the 1980s and 1990s, Denice Brooks was on stage all the time. But she did manage to squeeze in some studio time. Three singles and one album were recorded and released.
Denice Brooks’ interpretation of Prince’s “Purple Rain“ was recorded and released as a 12“ maxi single and a 7“ single in 1984, shortly after she moved to Berlin for the first time. Not only did she perform the song countless times on stage, but she also sang the third verse during a Prince concert in Berlin. The tune “Do Ya Want My Love“ is on the B-side.
This was released both on a 12″ maxi single and a 7″ single in 1985. The song “Only Love“ was featured on the B-side.
In 1990, “Cussin & Cryin’ and Carryin’ On“ was released as a 12″ maxi single and a 7″ single. They also contained the song “You Fill My Days with Memories“ from the feature film “My Lovely Monster“.
1991, the album “You Fill My Days“ followed. It contained the songs released on singles earlier plus eight additional tunes five of which were written or co-written by Denice Brooks.