|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Aerojazz Aerodance||2||Audio||1985||Ibach Distribution|
|2||Popcorn Crazy / Popcorn Lesson||2||Audio||1969||Disc'Az|
|3||Come Back Home/You Are My Everything||4||Audio||1974||Vogue|
|4||Indian War Dance||2||Audio||1977|
Death: Nov. 5, 1990
Victor M. Upshaw was a resident of Paris France for over 25 years years. He was born in Birmingham, Alabama, his family moved to California at an early age. Victor attended the public schools in the Compton School District. He graduated from Centennial High School, and attended compton College. His dynamic creative abilities and expertise in the "Arts" gave Victor his big break, appearing in "South Pacific" with Judy Garland. The greatest Opportunity that opened many doors for Victor was appearing with Donn Arden's Dance Group in Paris and choreographed shows at the Lido de Paris and the Crazy Horse. He also choreographed shows in Spain, Hawaii and Lebnon. Victor had a show at the Rivera Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada called "Crazy Girls" which he conceived, Choreographed the show, wrote most of the music and designed the constumes. The show was in its third year at the time of his death. Victor choreographed for the films IL FAUT VIVRE DANGEREUSEMENT 1975 ("You've Got to Live Dangerously") and LE VOYOU 1970 ("The Crook") both in France.
In life Victor touched many lives and helped to open many doors for others aspiring talent. He is greatly missed.
Created by: Ronald Walton