Wild Heart Of The Young is the third album by singer/songwriter Karla Bonoff. The album includes Bonoff’s only Top 40 hit, “Personally”, which peaked at No. 19 on the Billboard singles chart. It is unusual in that it was not written by Bonoff. Tracks 1 Personally (Paul Kelly) 03:33 2 Please Be The One (Karla […]
“Please Be the One” is the second single from Karla Bonoff‘s album Wild Heart Of The Young. It was released in 1982 and peaked at #63 in the US Billboard Charts. Musicians Bass Bob Glaub Drums Russ Kunkel Guitar Andrew Gold Guitar Danny Kortchmar Organ David Wolinski Organ Mark Jordan Sax Phil Kenzie Percussion Andrew […]
Scissors Cut is the fifth solo studio album by Art Garfunkel released in August 1981 on Columbia Records. It was his second album to miss the US Billboard Top 40 (charting at 113) and his second album containing one US Top 40 single. The month following its release, Garfunkel would reunite with former partner, Paul […]
Kate & Anna McGarrigle is the debut album by Kate & Anna McGarrigle, released in January 1976. Guest musicians on the album include Lowell George, Bobby Keys, and Tony Levin as well as family and friends such as eldest sister Jane McGarrigle, Anna McGarrigle’s husband Dane Lanken, and the siblings’ old friend Chaim Tannenbaum. “Swimming […]
Old Flame is the seventh solo studio album by country rock singer Juice Newton. It was released by RCA Records in November 1985. Old Flame was recorded after Newton signed a new recording contract with RCA. It peaked at number 12 on the Billboard album chart. In his review of the album music critic Thom […]
Mystery Ticket is the fourth solo album by Moon Martin, released in 1982 on Capitol. John David “Moon” Martin (October 31, 1945 – May 11, 2020) was an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. He was given the nickname “Moon” because many of his songs had the word moon in the lyrics.
All Dressed Up And No Place To Go is the fourth studio album by American singer Nicolette Larson. It was produced by Andrew Gold and released by Warner Bros. Records in 1982. The album was produced by Andrew Gold, who at the time was in a serious relationship with Larson. The pair broke up shortly […]