DEF: Ray Parker Jr. and Raydio “Two Places At The Same Time”

Detroit-born musician Ray Parker Jr. is probably best remembered for his number one hit “Ghostbusters” from 1984, but that song was actually the tenth of thirteen Top 40 hits for Parker, which includes solo work, work with his band Raydio, and appearance as a featured artist. During the Raydio days, after the first two hits, the band changed its name from just “Raydio” to “Ray Parker Jr. & Radio.” The first hit under the new name, “Two Places At The Same Time,” hit its peak position of number 30 on this date in 1980, and it is today’s Daily Eighties Flashback.

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