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But Helen's love of jazz faced strong cultural headwinds in the 1970s. Acoustic jazz and the jazz vocal idiom in general began losing widespread appeal. Synthesizers, electric pianos, rubbery electric bass lines and heavy drumbeats dominated the music scene while female vocals shifted to gospel-influenced soul. Fusion became the new jazz, and disco, soul and rock concept albums captured the most sales. The 1980s weren't much better for jazz, with advent of a third British pop invasion. It was during this period of diminished jazz record-company budgets and public disinterest that Helen began producing her own recordings in earnest, thanks in some measure to Japanese record companies. 1e1e36bf2d