1991 Bill LaBounty – The Right Direction

Right Direction is the fifth solo album by Bill LaBounty, released in 1991.

Bill LaBounty is an American musician. He was initially a singer-songwriter in the soft rock genre, first as a member of the band Fat Chance, and later as a solo artist.[1] As a solo artist, LaBounty recorded six studio albums, including four on Curb Records/Warner Bros. Records. His first charting single, “This Night Won’t Last Forever”, was covered in 1979 by Michael Johnson, whose rendition was a Top 20 pop hit that year.


1  The Good Life (Bill LaBounty; Beckie Foster) 3:42
2  Mr. O (Bill LaBounty; Jay Graydon; Robbie Dupree) 4:00
3  Emily (Bill LaBounty; Jamie Houston) 4:02
4  The Right Direction (Bill LaBounty; Dave Innis) 4:46
5  Holding Out (Bill LaBounty) 5:08
6  Burn Down The Night (Bill LaBounty) 3:36
7  Be There (Bill LaBounty; Sam Lorber) 5:18
8  Time Start Now (Bill LaBounty; Sam Lorber) 4:00



BassNeil Stubenhaus
DrumsJR Robinson
GuitarLarry Carlton
GuitarBrian Ray
KeyboardsBill LaBounty
PianoBill Elliot
ProgrammingHarvey Jones
ProgrammingTom Mark
ProgrammingBill LaBounty
HarmonicaRobbie Dupree
SaxJim Horn
Background VocalsRobbie Dupree
Background VocalsLarry Hoppen
Background VocalsThomas Cain
Background VocalsMichael Mishaw
Background VocalsKenneth Springs
Background VocalsJD Martin
VocalsTata Vega
VocalsBill LaBounty

Liner Notes

Producer – Robbie Dupree & Bill LaBounty
Producer (AssociAte) – Tom Mark
Producer (Executive) – Robert Jeniker, Yoshi NagAto
Assistant – Steve Egelman, Stan Salters
CoordinAtor – Beckie Foster, Philippe Le Bras
Engineer – Tom Mark
Engineer (Second) – Steve Egleman
Mixed By – Leon Johnson & Tom Mark
Recorded by – Tom Mark

Mastered At Bernie Grundman (Hollywood, CA)
Mixed At Alpha (North Hollywood, CA)
Recorded At Alpha (North Hollywood, CA)
Recorded At Grog Kill (Woodstock, NY)
Recorded At Synchro Sound (Nashville, TN)