Mar 062011
 

from HEAVEN HELP THE FOOL

written by John Perry Barlow & Bob Weir

Bob Weir is a founding member of the legendary San Francisco band, The Grateful Dead. In the summer of 1977 when his band was on a forced break after drummer Mickey Hart got injured in a car crash, Weir started working on his second solo album that was eventually titled “Heaven Help The Fool.”
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Apr 182010
 

from MR. LUCKY

written by Tom Kelly & Denny Henson

Fools Gold started out in the mid-Seventies as Dan Fogelberg’s backing band. The Country/Rock group included Tom Kelly on bass and vocals, Denny Henson on piano, guitar and vocals, Doug Livingston on pedal steel and keyboards plus Ron Grinel on drums.
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Jul 292007
 

From LITTLE DARLIN’
Written by David Foster, Jay Graydon & Tom Kelly

In the early eighties, the successful album-oriented rock sound of groups like Toto, Styx, Journey and Foreigner were reproduced by many popular names around the world to attain some rock credibility. A good example is famous French singer Sheila, also known as Sheila & B. Devotion. Continue reading »

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Jun 032007
 

From A CIRCLE FILLED WITH LOVE
Written by Bill Champlin

Released in 1976, “A Circle Filled With Love” was the best shot to wider popularity the Sons Of Champlin had in their career. This band, lead by the legendary singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Bill Champlin, was always considered one of the best in terms of pure talent to come out of the San Francisco area. Continue reading »

Aug 142005
 

From AT THE THIRD STROKE
Written by Russ Ballard

Russ Ballard is a veteran singer/songwriter/guitarist who started out as the lead vocalist for the group Argent in the early seventies. He later embarked on a solo career that brought him much more success as a songwriter/producer for other artists while his own releases went almost unnoticed. Continue reading »