Timothy B Schmit
Love and Money are a rock/soul/funk band formed in 1985 in Glasgow, Scotland. The band was formed by three former members of Friends Again (singer-songwriter and guitarist James Grant, drummer Stuart Kerr and keyboardist Paul McGeechan) along with bassist Bobby Paterson, who replaced Friends Again’s Neil Cunningham and who had been a member of Set […]
Nights Like This is the third studio album by American singer Stacey Q, released on June 8, 1989 by Atlantic Records. It was her last album to be released on the Atlantic label before she went on a hiatus from making music until the release of her album Boomerang (1997). After the moderate commercial success […]
Take Another Picture is the second album by the band Quarterflash. It was released in 1983 by Geffen Records. Quarterflash (previously stylized as QuarterFlash) is an American rock group formed in 1980 in Portland, Oregon. The band was originally made up of the two current members, Orinda Sue “Rindy” Ross (lead vocals and saxophone) and […]
Dirty Looks is the fifth solo album by the American country pop singer Juice Newton. It was released by Capitol Records in 1983. Dirty Looks was Newton’s follow-up to Juice (her “breakthrough” album) and Quiet Lies. Both had been major hits for Capitol and, between them, had produced six top ten singles. With their success, […]
Mr. Jordan is the third studio album by singer-songwriter Julian Lennon. It was Lennon’s first album in three years, after taking a hiatus from the music industry. It was released in March 1989 on Virgin Records. The album title is a reference to the film Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941).