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Alive In America
Artist: 707
Format: CD

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Label: Renaissance
Rel. Date: 11/11/2022
UPC: 630428074729

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DISC: 1

1. I'm Tired
2. Need to Reach You
3. Thinking It Over
4. Nighttime in the City
5. Hey There Lady of Mine
6. Lifetime Lover
7. 707
8. Save Me
9. Waste of Time
10. You Who Needs to Know
11. Whole Lot Better
12. Isabel
13. One Way Highway
14. I Could Be Good for You

More Info:

Original members: Kevin Russell, Jim McClarty, Duke McFadden & Phil Bryant began in Hollywood in 1978. The band went on to score a couple of rock radio songs that are still on many classic rock radio play lists today. "I Could Be Good For You" & "Megaforce". 707 went through a few personnel changes in it's brief career. Plagued by poor management, record label politics and inner struggles the band called in quits in 1983. This is all a too familiar story as told time and again on VH1's "Behind The Music". Four young musicians (Duke McFadden, Kevin Russell, Jim McClarty and Phil Bryant) with a dream started the creative process of writing songs at S.I.R. Studios in Hollywood five days a week with an intense creative work schedule. The boys hammered out song idea after idea. Duke, Kevin & Jim being the main contributing songwriters brought new ideas to rehearsal every chance they could. They finally took their music to the live stage. That stage was The Starwood Club in Hollywood - 1979.