01 Everyone Knows (Maurice Bega)
02 Baby I Love You (Malani Bilyeu)
03 Kickin’ Around (Duff McGath)
04 Chasin’ (Kenji Sano)
05 Secret Words Of Love (Malani Bilyeu)
06 No Light Of Day (Gaylord Holomalia & Mackey Feary)
07 Friends (Michael Fairchild)
08 Woman (Mackey Feary)
09 Love Is All You Need (Kenji Sano)
10 I’ll Be Over You (Malani Bilyeu)
Produced by Gaylord Holomalia & Kenji Sano
References : Blue Desert / *
++ reup 2012/02/25
These were released together on one CD in 2000 but I’ve separated them into the two separate albums that they are. (by warrian)
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All of these tracks have not been released on full-length albums, compilations or CDs. (All post shared and comment by warrian Thanks!)
Alan Thicke “Thicke of the Night”** (David Foster, Jay Graydon & Alan Thicke) B/W “Grandma” (David Foster & Alan Thicke) 1984
** This was the theme song for a late night talk show Thicke hosted in Canada and while all of these tracks exceeded my expectations. This tune kind of blew me away.
Mel Carter “I Don’t Want to Get Over You”* (Rupert Holmes), “You Changed My Life Again” (David Foster, Jay Graydon & Marc Jordan), “Who’s Right, Who’s Wrong” (Kenny Loggins & Richard Page) 1980
* These are two singles with no designated A-Side. “I Don’t Want to get Over You” was featured on both though. There was also no picture sleeve issued but I included a pic of Mel from the era.
Ted Neely “Paradise” (Ed Sanford & Johnny Townsend) B/W “Don’t Let It Mess Your Mind” (Neil Sedaka & Phil Cody) 1975
* Tommy Snyder is an American drummer of Japanese pop rock band “Godiego“. Perhaps most people except the Japanese may not know him. And as for Japanese young people. I knew him in Godiego, but did not know that he after “Godiego” released such albums.
Sound style is similar both albums, but ’90 album is more variety, and ’92 album is more focused to the Westcoast/AOR. This period seems to have been based in Europe, living in France. France ver released also.
Incidentally, One of his drumming teacher is the father of the “Porcaro brothers” (Joe Porcaro).
His solo works is not famous also in Japan, but highly recommended!!
References : Cool Night / http://www.h7.dion.ne.jp/~vinyl70/art/Chrisrainbow.htm
* (included 3 bonus tracks US ver)
This post also serves as the following update.
References : Brian Mathieson’s Home Page
Shared by avicenne Thabks!!!
References : MERURIDO
Related band work : http://blog.goo.ne.jp/jahking/e/88b8cfe5f096996866e671232b0676c3
Shared by bertyl Thanks!!! (Nice request warrian!)
Restored link by warrian : *
Split position between track3 and track4 changed.
Both have been changed by this running time
For now, can not referenced the official running time….
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