||Repeat Offender CD (1989)
Jim Cliff albums Richard Marx's seminal second album gets the remastering treatment it deserves on this 2008 re-release. Although known as a balladeer, Marx displays his crunchy rock side here, on an album that produced five hit singles and went multi-platinum in 1989, edging out Prince's BATMAN soundtrack at the top of the Billboard charts.
Personnel: Richard Marx (vocals); Steve Lukather, Michael Landau, Paul Warren, Bruce Gaitsch, Jon Walmsley (guitar); Marc Russo, Dave Koz, Larry Williams, Tom Scott (saxophone); Jerry Hey, Gary Grant (trumpet); Michael Omartian (piano, keyboards); Bill Payne (organ); Bill Champlin (organ, background vocals); Jeffery "C.J." Vanston, Bill Cuomo (keyboards); Jim Cliff, John Pierce, Randy Jackson, Nathan East (bass); Mike Derosier, John "J.R." Robinson, John Keane, Prairie Prince, Mike Baird (drums); Paulinho Da Costa (percussion); Terry Williams, Ruth Marx, Shelley Cole, Don Shelton, Gene Miller, Cynthia Rhodes, Bobby Kimball, Fee Waybill, Tommy Funderburk (background vocals); Larry Gatlin, The Gatlin Brothers.
||Rush Street CD (1991) |
Jim Cliff CD discography This collector's edition picture-disc comes packaged in cardboard digipak.
Richard Marx's 1991 release, Rush Street, is a varied album that was billed as "the dark side of Richard Marx," and was also his last true rock & roll album (subsequent releases found him venturing almost exclusively into the adult contemporary domain). Rush Street explores different musical territories, with almost each song emerging as a cautionary tale in some form or another. The album kicks off to a rocking start with the bluesy "Playing With Fire" and the harmonica-enhanced "Love Unemotional." "Superstar" finds Marx in ...
||Prescription For Soul CD (2003) |
Jim Cliff music CDs Live Recording
Recorded at Ironwood Studios, Seattle, Washington.
Doctorfunk: Steve Bolanos (vocals); Leonard Berman (guitar); Angelo Guerrero (tenor & alto saxophone); Alexey Nikolaev (tenor saxophone); Fritz Whitney (baritone saxophone); Rich Sumstadt (trumpet, flugelhorn, percussion); Jack Halsey (trumpet, flugelhorn); Gary Verrill (piano, Hammond B-3 organ, synthesizer); Jim Cliff (bass); Scott Small (drums).
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