Peek rhumba my sensations

Born in England and raised in Australia, Olivia Newton-John won a talent contest at age 15, hung out in London for two years, her first release (Bob Dylan's "If Not For You") was a success.  Her first Grammy (as a country vocalist) was in 1973 for "Let Me Be There", and she co-starred with John Travolta in the world's most successful musical film ("Grease") in 1977.  She's back with John again showcasing her acting talents in 20th Century's "Two Of A Kind", and "Twist Of Fate" is one of the soundtrack cuts on the MCA LP in longer, more danceable form on this Disconet program.  David Foster produced, and Herbie added pump.