Eric Carmen. The Definitive Collection is a greatest hits album of all the singles released by Cleveland, Ohio singer-songwriter Eric Carmen.
It features five hits by the Raspberries, a power pop group which he led in the early s. It also contains his versions of two major hits which he wrote for Shaun Cassidy, two popular songs from the movie Dirty Dancing, and his greatest hit, "All By Myself", which peaked at No. Russell Hitchcock. Russell Hitchcock is the self-titled debut album by Russell Hitchcock, best known as the lead singer of Air Supply, released in As a solo artist, Hitchcock would later release several more singles, the most famous being "Swear to Your Heart" from the film Arachnophobia.
Street Talk Expanded Edition. Steve Perry. Street Talk is Steve Perry's first solo studio album, released in April Street Talk contains Perry's biggest hit as a solo artist, "Oh Sherrie", written for his then-girlfriend Sherrie Swafford.
There were a number of nods to Perry's pre-Journey band Alien Project on this album—in fact, that band was originally going to be called Street Talk. In the liner notes, Perry dedicates the album to Richard Michaels.
Also, drummer Craig Krampf was a member of Alien Project later in the s. In addition to launching Perry's solo career, the cover photo for Street Talk served as a career launchpad for music photographer John Scarpati, who met Perry during the album's recording sessions at a studio in Sherman Oaks.
Love Songs, Vol. Kenny Rogers. Sheena Easton. If I Should Love Again. Barry Manilow. Barry refers to it as "The most romantic album that I ever made", and remarks "I was so caught up in romance that I actually wrote music and lyrics to the title song while playing the piano facing the ocean, in a rented house on the beach in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Rhino: HiFive. Christopher Cross. Vital Signs. Vital Signs is the fifth studio album by American rock band Survivor and their first with vocalist Jimi Jamison released on August 1, The album was their second most successful in the U. This is one of the very few studio albums that remained commercially available by Volcano Entertainment after they took a great deal of their releases out of print in August Kenny Loggins.
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow is a compilation of songs by soft rock singer Kenny Loggins. Released in , it contains many of the hit singles from Loggins' solo career, including many of his movie soundtrack contributions, as well as "The Rest of Your Life," a preview of his subsequent album The Unimaginable Life.
Only Lover. Swept Away Remix. Let Me Down Easy. Richie Davis. Too Late to Turn Back Now. Don Carlos. Tell Me Baby. Ronnie Davis. Tell Me Darling. Derrick Morgan. My Baby. Sitting in the Park. All in This Together. I Wanna Love You. Peter Hunnigale. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date August 15, Track Listing. Groovy Little Thing. Beres Hammond. I Miss Your Love. Frankie Paul.
I Wanna Be Your Man. Baby My Love. Sunday Morning. Far Away. Pure Silk. Heaven Sent. Marsha Morrison. Ryan Tedder. Winston Francis. What's Going On. Soul 4 Soul. Waiting on the World to Change. John Mayer. Out of the Valley. Bring Me Down. High Up Above. Sugar Minott. Stand by Me. Laurel Aitken. Brown Eyes Blue. Play Me, Pt. Marcia Griffiths. Cry No More. Beres Hammond. Ruff We Ruff. So Much in Love. Funny, Funny World. Tony Tuff. A Man of My Word.
New releases. Waiting on the World to Change. Blues Classical Country. Frankie Paul. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Never Leave. Four singles were released from the album, all of which placed in the top 20 on the Billboard Hot chart. I Walk the Line. Fly Like an Angel.
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