1980 Robert John – Back On The Street

Back On The Street is the final major-label album by American singer-songwriter Robert John.

Robert John (born Robert John Pedrick, Jr., January 3, 1946) is an American singer-songwriter perhaps best known for his 1979 hit single, “Sad Eyes”, which reached number 1 on the US Billboard Hot 100.



1  (So Long) Since I Felt This Way (Gary Goetzman; Mike Piccirillo) 03:36
2  Hey There Lonely Girl (Earl Shuman; Leon Carr) 03:07
3  Just One More Try (Alvin Fields; Robert John) 03:34
4  On My Own (Gary Goetzman; Mike Piccirillo) 03:31
5  Give Up Your Love (Gary Goetzman; Mike Piccirillo) 03:16
6  Sherry (Bob Gaudio) 03:15
7  Winner Take All (Robert John; Tom Pedrick) 03:55
8  Hurtin’ Doesn’t Go Away (Robert John) 03:47
9  Back On The Street Again (Gary Goetzman; Mike Piccirillo) 04:15
10  You Could Have Told Me (Robert John) 03:21



BassScott Edwards
DrumsCraig Krampf
GuitarMike Piccirillo
SitarMike Piccirillo
KeyboardsStewart Levin
SynthesizerMike Piccirillo
SaxJoel Peskin
HarpKatie Kirkpatrick Mann
BellsMark Zimosky
Background VocalsMike Piccirillo
Background VocalsEdna Wright
VocalsRobert John

Other Musicians

2 Hey There Lonely Girl

BassWade Short
DrumsEd Greene
Background VocalsDarlene Love

3 Just One More Try

Guitar (solo)Bill Neale
KeyboardsBill Cuomo

6 Sherry

Background VocalsGeorge Tobin

9 Back On The Street Again

KeyboardsBill Cuomo

Liner Notes

Producer – George Tobin
Producer (Associate) – Mike Piccirillo
Arranged By – George Tobin, Mike Piccirillo
Arranged By (Horns) – Gary Scott (Tracks 1, 7)
Coordinator – Lisa Marie
Engineer (Recording) – Mark Wolfson, H Lee Wolen
Mixed By – George Tobin, Mike Piccirillo

Mixed At Studio Sound Recorders, North Hollywood, CA
Recorded Studio Sound Recorders, North Hollywood, CA