January 31, 2011

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(202) Kiss - Calling Dr. Love / Take Me (1976)


A - Calling Dr. Love (3:04)
B - Take Me (2:54)

release: 1976
Label: Casablanca Records
Genre: Hard Rock
Producer: Eddie Kramer



(A) - written by: Gene Simmons / produced & engineerd by: Eddie Kramer A Rock Steady Production, Inc.
(B) - written by: P.Stanley-S.Delaney / produced & engineerd by: Eddie Kramer A Rock Steady Production, Inc.

Catalog# CB140226
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Kiki Dee - First Thing In The Morning b/w The Man Who Loved To Dance (1977) - single










A - First Thing In The Morning  (5:36)
Written by: B.Boshell / Produced by: Elton John, Clive Franks / Arranged by: Gene Page
B - The Man Who Loved To Dance  (2:49)
Written by: Tripe-Onions / Produced by: Elton John, Clive Franks / Arranged by: James Newton-Howard

Genre:  Pop
Label:  The Rocket Record Company
Catalog#  5c006-98718

(P) 1977
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Rose Royce - Golden Touch b/w Love Is In The Air (1980) - single


A - Golden Touch (3:47)
B - Love Is In The Air (3:34)

Release: 1980
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Genre: Soul, Funk
Producer: Norman Whitfield



(A) - written by: N.Whitfield-W.Downing-M.Kenoly / produced by: Norman Whitfield
(B) - written by: H.Garner-M.Smith / produced by: Norman Whitfield

Catalog# WB17766
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(199) J.J. Cale - City Girls / Drifters Wife (1982)


A - City Girls (2:42)
B - Drifters Wife (1:36)

Release: 1982
Label: Mercury Records
Genre: Blues Pop
Producer: Audie Ashworth, J.J.Cale



(A) - written by: J.J.Cale / produced by: Audie Ashworth, J.J.Cale for Audigram Productions / mastered by: Jerry Watson
(B) - written by: J.J.Cale / produced by: Audie Ashworth, J.J.Cale for Audigram Productions / mastered by: Jerry Watson

Catalog# 6000776
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Supertramp - Ain´t Nobody But Me / Sister Moonshine (1975)


A - Ain´t Nobody But Me (4:00)
B - Sister Moonshine (5:15)

Release: 1975
Label: A&M Records
Genre: Progressive Rock
Producer: Ken Scott, Supertramp



(A) - written by: R.Hodgson-R-Davies / produced by: Ken Scott, Supertramp
(B) - written by: R.Hodgson-R-Davies / produced by: Ken Scott, Supertramp

Catalog# 16951AT
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(197) Jim Steinman - Rock And Roll Dreams Come Through / The Storm (1981)


A - Rock And Roll Dreams Come Through (6:28)
B - The Storm (4:26)

Release: 1981
Label: Cleveland International Records
Genre: Rock
Producer: Jimmy Lovine, Jim Steinman



(A) - written by: J.Steinman / produced by: Jimmy Lovine, Jim Steinman / engineerd by: Shelly Yakus and John Jansen
(B) - written by: J.Steinman / produced by: Andrew Kazdin / orchestrated and conducted by: Steve Margoshes / performed by: The New York Philharmonic Orchestra

Catalog# EPCA1196
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January 30, 2011

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Gordon Lightfoot - Carefree Highway B/W Sundown (1974) - single

"Carefree Highway": The song's name comes from the name of Arizona State Route 74 north of Phoenix: Lightfoot - "I thought it would make a good title for a song. I wrote it down, put it in my suitcase and it stayed there for eight months." The song employs "Carefree Highway" as a metaphor for the state of mind where the singer seeks escape from his ruminations over a long ago failed affair with a woman named Ann. Lightfoot has stated that Ann actually was the name of a woman Lightfoot romanced when he was age 22: "It [was] one of those situations where you meet that one woman who knocks you out and then leaves you standing there and says she's on her way."
"Sundown": The song's lyrics seem to describe a troubled romantic relationship, with the narrator recounting an affair with a "hard-loving woman [who's] got me feeling mean." There are rumours that "Sundown" was inspired by Lightfoot's then girlfriend, Cathy Smith, later more infamously known for her involvement in the 1982 drug-related death of actor John Belushi.

A - Carefree Highway (3:03)
Written by: Gordon Lightfoot / Produced by: Lenny Waronker / Engineerd by: Lee Herschberg
B - Sundown (3:32)
Written by: Gordon Lightfoot / Produced by: Lenny Waronker / Engineerd by: Lee Herschberg

Label:  Reprise Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  GRE0111

1974
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Meat Loaf - You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night) / Two Out Of Three Ain´t Bad (1978) - single

"You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)") is the first single by the American musician Meat Loaf in his solo career. It is a track off his 1977 album “Bat Out of Hell”, written by Jim Steinman.
The album version includes a spoken word intro by Steinman and Marcia McClain. This was removed from the single version and most radio spins.
Steve Popovich reportedly listened to the intro to the song and it became a key factor of his accepting Bat Out of Hell for Cleveland International Records. The ultimate irony was that Meat Loaf, Steinman, and the band tried for a year or so to get the record label with their music, and how they allegedly did so was a 45-second recording with no singing at all.
The song has a reminiscently Motown feel to it, particularly in its echoed vocals, drums and drum breakdown.
According to his autobiography, Meat Loaf asked Jim to write a song that wasn't 15 or 20 minutes long, and, in Meat Loaf's words, a "pop song." His autobiography also dates the writing of the song to 1975, the song reportedly being a key factor in Meat and Jim deciding to do an album together.

A - You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)  (3:40)
Written-by: Jim Steinman / Produced-by: Todd Rundgren
B - Two Out Of Three Ain´t Bad  (5:23)
Written-by: Jim Steinman / Produced-by: Todd Rundgren

Release:  1978
Label:  Epic Records
Catalog#  EPC6729

1978

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January 28, 2011

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(194) Dire Straits - Extended Dance Play (EP) (1982)


A - Twisting By The Pool (3:28)
B - Two Young Lovers (3:22)
C - If I Had You (4:15)

Released: 1982
Recorded: At Jam Studios Oct. 1,2,3 1982
Label: Vertigo Records
Genre: Pop
Producer: Mark Knopfler

(A) - written by: Mark Knopfler / produced by: Mark Knopfler / engineered by: John Etchells
(B) - written by: Mark Knopfler / produced by: Mark Knopfler / engineered by: John Etchells
(C) - written by: Mark Knopfler / produced by: Mark Knopfler / engineered by: John Etchells

Catalog# 6205062
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Glen Campbell - Hollywood Smiles b/w Hooked On Love (1980) - single













A - Hollywood Smiles (3:17)
Written by: Larry Weiss / Produced by: Gary Klein For The Entertainment / executive producer: Charles Koppelman
B - Hooked On Love (2:06)
Written by: Ian Gomm / Produced by: Gary Klein For The Entertainment / executive producer: Charles Koppelman

Label:  Capitol Records
Genre:  Country, Pop
Catalog#  1A006-86273
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(192) Art Garfunkel with James Taylor & Paul Simon - (What A) Wonderful World / Art Garfunkel - Wooden Planes (1978)


A - (What A) Wonderful World (3:30)
B - Wooden Planes (3:09)

Released: 1978
Label: CBS Records
Genre: Pop, Folk
Producer: Art Garfunkel, Phil Ramone



(A) - written by: H.Alpert-L.Adler-S.Cooke / produced by: Art Garfunkel, Phil Ramone
(B) - written by: J.Webb / produced by: Art Garfunkel, Phil Ramone

Catalog# CBS6061
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(191) Diana Ross - Theme From Mahogany (Do You Know Where You´re Going To) / No One´s Gonna Be A Fool Forever (1975)


A - Theme From Mahogany (Do You Know Where You´re Going To) (3:19)
B - No One´s Gonna Be A Fool Forever (3:18)

Released: 1975
Label: Tamla Motown Records
Genre: Soul
Producer: Michael Masser


(A) - written by: M.Masser-G.Goffin / produced by: Michael Masser
(B) - written by: M.Masser-P.Sawyer / produced by: Michael Masser

Catalog# 5C006-97019
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(190) 1994 - Sing To Me / Anastasia (1978)


A - Sing To Me (4:47)
B - Anastasia (3:19)

Released: 1978
Label: A&M Records
Genre: Pop
Producer: Jack Douglas



(A) - written by: Lawrence-Douglas / produced by: Jack Douglas for Waterfront Productions Ltd.
(B) - written by: Schiff-Lawrence-Douglas / produced by: Jack Douglas for Waterfront Productions Ltd.

Catalog# AM6866
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Mobiles - Drowning In Berlin b/w Tiptoe In Paradise (1982) - single

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Herman Brood And His Wild Romance - Hot Shot b/w Old Memories (Don´t Pay My Liquor Bills) (1980) - single













A - Hot Shot
B - Old Memories (Don´t Pay My Liquor Bills)

Companies, etc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ariola Benelux B.V.

Credits
Producer – Tim O'Brien
Written-By – Lademacher, Brood

Notes
(p)1980 Ariola Benelux BV

Released: 1980
Genre:  Rock, Pop
Catalog#  101258
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David Lee Roth - California Girls b/w California Girls (Remix Version) (1985) - single














A - California Girls  (2:50)
Written-By: Brian Wilson / Produced by: Ted Templeman / Engineerd by: Jeff Hendrickson
B - California Girls (Remix Version)  (3:10)
Written-By: Brian Wilson / Produced by: Ted Templeman / Engineerd by: Jeff Hendrickson

Released: 1985
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Catalog# 929102-7

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(186) Doe Maar - Macho / Grote Broer (1984)


A - Macho (3:15)
B - Grote Broer (4:39)

Released: 1984
Label: Sky Records
Genre: Ska, Pop
Producer: Doe Maar



(A) - written by: H.Vrienten / produced by: Doe Maar
(B) - written by: E.Jansz / produced by: Doe Maar

Catalog# SKY4085
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(185) Dollar - Give Me Back My Heart / Pink And Blue (1982)














A - Give Me Back My Heart
Written by: S.Darlow-T.Horn / Produced by: Trevor Horn / Engineerd by: Gary Langan
B - Pink And Blue
Written by: T.Bazar-D.Van Day / Produced by: Dollar / Engineerd by: Gary Langan

Label: Wea Records
Genre:  Synth-Pop
Catalog#  WEA 19133

1982
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Orange - I´m Gonna Be A Star b/w Fever (1976) - single










A - I´m Gonna Be A Star
Written by: Norry
B - Fever
Written by: John Davenport-Eddie Cooley

Label:  Epic Records
Genre: Pop
Catalog#  EPC 4231

(P) 1976
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