||Hall & Oates|
At this stage (1973) Hall and Oates still hadn't quite figured out how to make music that reflected their doo-wop and Philly soul roots, but ABANDONED LUNCHEONETTE is a big step forward. There's still too much country-boy-city-rock going on here, ...
Return of Bruno (1987)
At the height of Moonlighting mania and after the Seagram's wine cooler commercials showcased his vocal skills, Motown asked Bruce Willis to record a full album of blues, R&B, and soul -- hence, The Return of Bruno. Willis has more ...
Best of Yvonne Elliman (1997)
The Best of Yvonne Elliman is the first comprehensive collection ever assembled on the '70s pop/disco diva. Elliman first came to attention as Mary Magdalene in the London production of Jesus Christ Superstar (from which "I Don't Know How to ...
Jasmine Nightdreams/Edgar Winter Group with Rick Derringer (1975)
2008 digitally remastered two CD set featuring a pair of albums from Edgar and his group. In 1975, the Edgar Winter Group was riding high on success and on a creative roll, issuing the two albums in this package in ...
All songs written or co-written by Warren Hill except "Tears In Heaven" (Eric Clapton/Will Jennings), "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" (Bryon De Lear/Hans Zermuehlen/Angela Myles/Shawn Klaiber) and "I Still Believe In You" (Vince Gill/John Barlow Jarvis).
Altoist Warren Hill ...
One Bad Habit (1980)
With Tommy LiPuma and Al Schmitt back producing, Michael Franks again moves in a different direction on One Bad Habit, with mixed results. Easily considered his commercial breakthrough, the album often lacks the lyrical and imaginative songwriting of previous efforts ...
Studio Recordings 1972-2000 (2004)
Track Listing: DISC 1: THE STUDIO RECORDINGS 1972-2000: PAUL SIMON: Mother and Child Reunion; Duncan; Everything Put Together Falls Apart; Run That Body Down; Armistice Day; Me and Julio Down by the School Yard; Peace Like a River; Papa Hobo; ...
Diana's Duets (1982)
An excellent collection featuring Diana Ross singing with The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, the Supremes, and Marvin Gaye. These songs, all brilliantly produced and arranged, with wonderful lyrics, show how great a vocalist Ross was before she became weighted ...
Best Of Tom Scott (1980)
Sooner or later labels should just get real. This is not the "best of" Tom Scott. It's just the best of Tom Scott on Columbia. It's the Impulse recordings, the Warner recordings, and the GRP recordings to boot that would ...
Collection Volume 2 (1997)
Creatively, Larry Carlton has had his ups and downs over the years. The guitarist has recorded his share of throwaways, but when he really digs in and plays, he can be thrilling. Spanning 1986-1996 and drawing on five of his ...
Venturing out on her own after her mother and singing partner, Naomi, disbanded their hugely successful country duo, the Judds, Wynonna released this accomplished and wildly popular solo debut in 1992. Initially uncertain about pursuing a solo career, Wynonna crafted ...
House Of Hope (1991)
Toni Childs followed up her critically acclaimed Union in 1991 with House of Hope. Once again, Childs wrote the bulk of the album with David Rickets (David and David) with whim she co-produced the album. Despite those facts, and despite ...
This Byrd Has Flown (1995)
This is a posthumous, expanded, and remixed version of Clark's well-received 1984 Takoma album. Some fans were nonplussed with the revamped treatments of Byrds hits including "Mr. Tambourine Man" and Clark's own classic "Feel a Whole Lot Better," but in ...
Bat Out Of Hell II: Back Into Hell (Deluxe) (1993)
BAT OUT OF HELL II is the long-awaited sequel to 1977's BAT OUT OF HELL and reunites Meat Loaf with the creative team of writer/producer Jim Steinman and producer Todd Rundgren.
"I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)" ...
At Home (2005)
Track Listing: Trouble Man; Small Day Tomorrow; Million Dollar Secret; Night Trane; Bob Whtie; ; Black Coffee; From Vienna With Love; Cruel Master of My Dreams;
50th Ann. Collection (1992)
THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION covers the years 1969 through 1973 and includes 6 previously unreleased tracks and liner notes by Ingrid Croce.
All tracks have been digitally remastered from the original master tapes.
If the single disc Jim Croce collections PHOTOGRAPHS & ...
Live At Felt Forum (1973)
Recorded on April 20, 1973 and billed as the "2001: The Concert". The CD includes the concert in it's entirety for the first time, including 20 minutes of previously unreleased music.
Recorded live in the Felt Forum of New York City's ...
Eric Martin (1985)
Solo album from the ex Mr Big singer.
Recorded at Record One, Los Angeles, California and Townhouse Studios, London, England.
Personnel: Eric Martin (vocals, piano, background vocals); Danny Kortchmar (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, horns, organ, keyboards, drum programming); Maxine Willard ...
Words And Music
Digitally remastered by Steve Hoffman.
Recorded at the Hit Factory, New York, New York between January 22, 1970 and September 13, 1973.
Compilation producer: Steve Hoffman.
Personnel: Jim Croce (vocals, guitar); Ingrid Croce (vocals); Tommy West (guitar, harmonium, keyboards, background vocals); David Spinozza ...
Dean Friedman (1977)
A good singer/songwriter effort, sparked by the one hit ("Ariel") and a brace of quirkily melodic songs growing out of Friedman's personal background. (Out of print) ~ Bruce Eder
Recording information: CBS Studios, New York, NY (1976).
Photographer: Peter Cunningham.
Personnel: Dean Friedman ...
Release/Show Me To The Stage (1992)
Originally recorded in 1976 (RELEASE) and 1977 (SHOW ME TO THE STAGE).
Two Henry Gross albums from the Lifesongs label, Release (1976) and Show Me to the Stage (1977), were combined on one compact disc in 1992 by the Chiswick label. ...
Greatest Hits Vol. 2
This eclectic collection circa '76-'80 underscores a newfound rock & roll assertiveness in the rootsy rock diva as she gleefully covers material like Chuck Berry's "Back in the U.S.A." and the Stones' "Tumbling Dice." In fact, one can hear the ...
Rhythm Machine (1977)
This is part of the Columbia Jazz Contemporary Masterpieces series.
As part of Bob James' Tappan Zee Records agenda, house producer Jay Chattaway was handed the Fania All-Stars, no doubt with instructions to make a hit record with them as he ...
||Sneaky Pete Kleinow|
Legend And The Legacy (1994)
David Vaught (bass); Rick Marotta, Mickey McGee, Gene Parsons, Ed Ponder, Jeff Porcaro, Jim Salsbury, Denny Seiwell (drums); Lenny Castro (percussion).
Solo Studio Rel.From Original Member Of Flying Burrito Bros.
Recorded at Suite 16 Studios, Van Nuys, California, and TTG Recording, Conway ...
Paul Simon 1964-1993 (1993)
Track Listing: DISC 1: Leaves That Are Green; Sound of Silence, The; Kathy's Song; America; Cecilia; Condor Pasa, El; Boxer, The; Mrs. Robinson; Bridge Over Troubled Water; Bridge Over Troubled Water; Breakup, The; Hey, Schoolgirl; My Little Town; Me and ...