Sunday, February 19, 2012

Grew Up With A Monster

1979 Warner Brothers Loss-Leaders album of mostly Cali-lite rock and disco-ish stuff through three of the four sides, with a slightly-weird third side thrown in to liven things up.
I really like the Jones, Harrison (Beatles out take), George, ASB, and (especially) Roches tracks, and the Van Halen is the best they ever did. Tin Huey is my stone cold winner here, though.

Warner Brothers Loss Leaders - Monsters

Rickie Lee Jones: Danny's All-Star Joint
The Doobie Brothers: Here to Love You
Osiris: What's the Use?
Ashford & Simpson: It Seems to Hang On
George Benson: Livin' Inside Your Love
Lowell George: Can't Stand the Rain
Randy Crawford: I Stand Accused
George Harrison: Not Guilty
Bob Marley and the Wailers: Stir It Up
Gary Wright: Love's Awake Inside
Kate & Anna McGarrigle: NaCl
Van Halen: Dance the Night Away
Mary Russell: Heart of Fire
Inner Circle: Everything is Great
Chaka Khan: Sleep On It
Gino Soccio: Dance to Dance
American Standard Band: Got What It Takes
Wornell Jones: Lay It on the Line
Tin Huey: Hump Day
Alice Cooper: From the Inside
Michael Franks: Underneath the Apple Tree
The Roches: We



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