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Tag: Jeff Porcaro

MR. LUCKY

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.

TELL-TALE EYES

From SMILIN’ MEMORIES

Written by Erik Tagg

Eric Tagg’s debut album, “Smilin’ Memories,” was recorded in Los Angeles in 1975 for a European release. The young singer/songwriter was supported by a band that included Jeff Porcaro of Toto fame, Lee Ritenour and David Foster. “Smilin’ Memories” was produced by John D’Andrea, engineered by Humberto Gatica and showcases Tagg’s amazing vocal skills and superior talent as songwriter.

CLIMBING

From LOUDER THAN WORDS
Written by Lionel Richie

“Louder Than Words,” released in 1996, was Lionel Richie’s comeback album after a long period of inactivity due to personal issues. The veteran pop/r&b superstar who wrote and sang  evergreens like “Hello,” “All Night Long” and “Endless Love” gave audiences an interesting new album that was sheer evidence that his talent was still intact.