Raiding the Rock Vault: Songs From The Vault (Volume I) is an album produced by John Payne, released in 2013. It contains classic rock cover songs.
The Pursuit Of D. B. Cooper is a 1981 American crime thriller film about infamous aircraft hijacker D. B. Cooper, who escaped with $200,000 after leaping from the back of a Boeing 727 airliner on November 24, 1971. The bulk of the film fictionalizes Cooper’s escape after he landed on the ground. The musical score […]
Denizen Tenant is the eighth solo album by Toto singer Joseph Williams, released in 2021 on Mascot. Denizen Tenant features a dozen new recordings. Amongst these are a cover of The Beatles “If I Fell,” which Williams cites as the one specific song that taught him about the power of harmonies and vocal arrangements. On […]
Sedaka’s Back is a compilation album by American singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka. The record, composed of selections from his previous three albums, which had been released only in the UK, was released on Elton John’s label, The Rocket Record Company, in 1974. Three singles were released from this album: “Laughter in the Rain” (a #1 hit), […]
“Laughter In The Rain” is a song composed and recorded by Neil Sedaka, with lyrics by Phil Cody. It includes a 20-second saxophone solo by Jim Horn. The song was released on Elton John’s Rocket Records. After hearing a version of “Laughter in the Rain” by singer Lea Roberts on the radio several weeks before […]
Delilah Blue is the second full-length studio album from pianist/singer-songwriter Joshua Kadison. Released in November 1995, it featured a change of tack. Whereas the previous album had featured shorter songs, this disc presents a jazzier version of Kadison’s music, with much longer tracks (with the title track clocking in at almost ten minutes). He again […]
Craig Doerge is the only solo album by Craig Doerge. It was released in 1973 on Columbia. Craig Doerge (born 1947 in Cleveland, Ohio) is an American keyboard player, songwriter and session musician. He began playing in a college band at Hartford, Connecticut, and then moved to Los Angeles in the mid-1960s to work as […]