Pop songwriter Bruce Roberts released his self-titled debut recording on Elektra Information in 1977. But he became more lucrative penning music for others, beginning that same calendar year, once the comic “You’re Movin’ Out Today,” co-written with Carole Bayer Sager and Bette Midler, became a graph one for Midler. Roberts after that began writing music for film soundtracks. With Paul Jabara and Bob Esty, he composed “THE PRIMARY Event/Combat,” a high Ten strike for Barbra Streisand as well as the theme on her behalf movie, THE PRIMARY Event, in 1979. He and Jabara implemented with “FORGET ABOUT Tears (Enough WILL DO),” which Streisand and Donna Summer months took to number 1 later that calendar year. Roberts, Sager, and Burt Bacharach appreciated a high 40 strike with Roberta Flack’s documenting from the theme in the movie HAVING INTERCOURSE in 1982. With the middle-’80s, Roberts was composing with Andy Goldmark, and both developed Top 40 strikes for Jermaine Jackson (“Dynamite,” 1984), Jeffrey Osborne (“YOU OUGHT TO BE Mine [The Woo Woo Melody],” 1986), and Jennifer Hurry (with Elton John; “Flames of Heaven,” 1987). Roberts’ second single album, Intimacy, which he was became a member of by John, Luther Vandross, k.d. lang, Ashford & Simpson, and All-4-One, amongst others, premiered in 1995.