Sessiondays is a project of honoring, collecting and sharing information of the session players throughout the 60s, 70s and 80s. You can find discographies, charting singles (US and UK) and interviews.
Because of the huge amount of sessions, we are working through the discographies those who are already posted. If you are missing someone in that list, feel free to contact us.
1986 Howard Hewett – I’m For Real (US:#90)
“I’m For Real” is the leading single from the album I Commit To Love by Howard Hewett. It was released in 1986 and only reached #90 on the US Billboard Charts. Muscians Bass Stanley Clarke Drums Tris Imboden Guitar Paul […]
1985 Alan Gorrie – Sleepless Night
Sleepless Nights is the only solo album released by Average White Band founding member Alan Gorrie. It was released in 1985. Tracks 1 Up (Jay Gruska; John Keller) 03:59 2 Electric Between Us (Alan Gorrie; Leslie Smith) 03:51 3 […]
1970 John Hurley – Sings About People
Sings About People is the debut solo album from singer/songwriter John Hurley. It was released in 1970 on RCA Victor. The album features the song “Love Of The Common People”, written John Hurley and Ronnie Wilkins. It became a huge […]
1980 Alice Cooper – Flush The Fashion
Flush The Fashion is the fifth solo studio album by American singer Alice Cooper, released on April 28, 1980 by Warner Bros. Records. It was recorded at Cherokee Studios in Los Angeles with producer Roy Thomas Baker, known for his […]
1980 Alice Cooper – Clone (We’re All) (US:#40)
“Clones (We’re All)” is a 1980 single by American singer Alice Cooper taken from his fifth solo studio album Flush the Fashion (1980). The song is about forced conformity. Cooper reports that he wanted to do the song because he […]
2005 Joe Pizzulo – All The Best
All The Best is an album by Joe Pizzulo (re-recordings of his best-known songs were re-done by Pizzulo himself). Pizzulo’s voice tracks were done in the United States but the mixing and re-arranging was done in the Philippines through Alkemi […]
Joe Pizzulo is an American vocalist best known as one of the lead singers on 1980s hit singles credited to Sérgio Mendes, including “Never Gonna Let You Go” (from Mendes’ self-titled 1983 album) and “Alibis” (from the 1984 album Confetti). […]
Laycut Records, founded by John Keane, is an independent record label based in Los Angeles, California.