1983 Anne Bertucci – Cool Hand

Anne Bertucci  was born and raised in Northern California and was already singing in Honor Choirs by the age of 12 years old, and with her brother Anthony on electric Guitar, performed through her High School years doing talent shows, weddings, Pep Rallies and casuals. After performing in numerous rock & roll bands throughout the Pacific Northwest in the early 70s, Anne decided it was time to move to Los Angeles for a chance at a recording deal.

After auditioning for a band named “The Babys”, Anne was chosen from over 100 applicants to join the band as a featured vocalist for the entire 1979-80 tours. “The Babys” with Anne toured nationwide as an opening act for Alice Cooper, Cheap Trick, Eddy Money, Ted Nugent, Journey, Styx and other major acts, playing the largest concert arenas in the USA and Canada, including Cobo Hall, Los Angeles Forum, Toronto Speedway, and also performed live, and live-to-tape on all major television music shows. including, “Midnight Special “ABC TV, and “Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert” CBS New York.In 1980.   Anne made her first 24-track master solo recording featuring 4 songs and began to shop a deal in Los Angeles. Bobby Hart (Of Boyce & Hart acclaim) initiated the negotiations with Zebra Discourde, and got her a deal with Marbal Productions. This began Annes career with her first vinyl debut.

Since then, Anne has released 3 solo albums worldwide, toured, and promoted these albums for Domestic Labels throughout Europe, Japan, Australia, etc… Anne is always found singing backgrounds for many assorted artists, studio recording, movie soundtracks, radio commercials, graphics/computer editing/animation AVID/ music programming/ television commercial endorsements/ and also writes, composes and plays her own original material.  and has been touring the world for MWR and USO Tours, with WOMEN IN ROCK” (Tribute Show) , “The California Girls” (Surf Music) , playing to Military audiences in Europe, Kosovo, Macedonia, Serajevo, Hungary, Iceland, Singapore, Diego Garcia (In the Indian Ocean), Japan, Korea, China, and other numerous locations where her talents as singer/ rhythm keyboardist was contracted.   Annie has written, produced, engineered, and performed Full Soundtracks, and sound effects for USC Film School Shorts, and currently being utilized as a Visual Consultant for Production on Rick Parrott USC Film Projects, including Foley and soundtrack work on Tyler Jones Productions.



1  Satisfy My Need (Luigi Lopez, Nat Kipner) 3:23
2  Gimme Some Love (Austin Roberts, Buzz Cason) 3:50
3  Love Is A Symphony (Iren Koster) 3:49
4  Mercury Love (Anne Bertucci) 3:13
5  Love Strike (Lenny Macaluso, Nat Kipner) 3:30
6  Number One Contender (Austin Roberts, Dan E Williams) 3:21
7  Day And Night Man (Luigi Lopez, Nat Kipner) 4:01
8  Cool Hand (Nat Kipner, Wolff Ekkehardt Stein, Wolfgang Jass) 3:55
9  Where Did We Go Wrong (Luigi Lopez, Nat Kipner) 3:53
10  Dear John (Austin Roberts, Todd Cerney) 3:56



BassBob Glaub
BassLarry Klein
BassWade Short
BassNeil Stubenhaus
DrumsCarlos Vega
DrumsRick Shlosser
DrumsCarlos Vega
GuitarSteve Lukather
GuitarMike Landau
GuitarBrian Ray
GuitarDan Dugmore
GuitarAndrew Kastner
KeyboardsBill Payne
KeyboardsGreg Mathieson
KeyboardsJohn Gilutin
SynthesizerDavid Foster
SynthesizerIan Underwood
SynthesizerGreg Mathieson
SynthesizerLuis Cabaza
SaxJack Mack
Background VocalsCarl Graves
Background VocalsDebbie Swanson
Background VocalsJohn Finley
Background VocalsDonny Gerrard
Background VocalsMax Gronenthal
Background VocalsMona Lisa Young
Background VocalsTerry Young
Background VocalsRichard Page
Background VocalsPat Hall
Background VocalsRosemary Butler
Background VocalsSteve George

Liner Notes

Producer – Mario Balestrieri
Producer – Anne Bertucci (Tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)
Producer – Erich Bulling (Track 3)
Executive-Producer – Mario Balestrieri
Arranged By – Erich Bulling (Track 3), Greg Mathieson (Tracks 7, 10)
Arranged By (Rhythm Tracks & Strings), Conductor – Bill Elliott (Track A)
Arranged By (Rhythm Tracks) – Jimmie Haskell (Tracks 1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9)

Recorded At – Sunset Sound
Recorded At – Davlen Sound Studios
Recorded At – Alpha Studio
Recorded At – Excalibur Studio, Milano
Manufactured By – TELDEC Schallplatten GmbH
Mastered At – Artisan Sound Recorders
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Marbal Productions, Inc. (USA)