The seventh single that was released on Chicago-based Sunset Records was Kajsa’s debut single, Try, Try Again. What should’ve been just the latest release for the Sunset Records in 1986 marked the end of an era.
The story began when Kajsa and Scott Free wrote Try, Try Again, which they recorded at Reid Hyams’ Chicago Trax Recording Studio. When the sessions began Kajsa was joined in the studio by some familiar faces. This included engineer and Tom O’Callaghan who sequenced the track.
In the studio, Kajsa prepared to add backing vocals with Carl L. Hall, Sylvia Fedrick and Scott Free who produced Try, Try Again with Matt Warren. He was also executive producer and mixed Try, Try Again (Mansion Mix). It was joined by Try, Try Again (Condo Mix), Try, Try Again (House Mix), Try,Try Again (A Cappella) and Try,Try Again (Radio Edit). These tracks were released later in 1986 and became Kajsa’s debut single Try, Try Again.
Try, Try Again was released with the catalogue number SUN-2779 and featured Matt Warren’s (Condo Mix). It was the last release on Sunset Records that Matt Warren worked on. He resigned from Sunset Records shortly afterwards and Kajsa’s debut single Try, Try Again marked the end of era.