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Pop Songs To Get A Record Dead
Artist: Chris Christian
Format: CD


Label: Retroactive Records
Rel. Date: 09/23/2022
UPC: 637405143966

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1. Robot Man
2. Don't You Love Me Anymore
3. Love Me Away
4. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
5. I Love You Not
6. Radio
7. Childhood Dreams
8. Lover on the Run
9. Many Moons Ago
10. Show Me Where It Hurts
11. I Can't Leave You
12. Lover's Lullabye
13. Don't Cry Baby
14. Don't Unlove Me
15. I Don't Know Why You Love Me
16. Howard Hughes
17. Baby, You're Changing

More Info:

Long-lost unreleased song from one of Pop music's most important artists!. Before Chris Christian recorded the impeccable 1981 self-titled album with the hit West Coast pop song, "I Want You, I Need You" he recorded a number of tracks from 1974 to 1979 in order to have songs for other artists to record, or to secure a Top 40 mainstream record deal for himself. These are unreleased tracks from that era that Chris rescued from the vaults! "Howard Hughes" came from an experience Chris had after working with Wayne Newton in Las Vegas. "Don't Cry Baby" resulted from Chris' work with Dan Peek of the hit band AMERICA and he always heard their song by the same name differently, so he recorded himself. Another song was original written from pop star, Jane Olivor. "Don't Unlove Me" was an attempt to write a song in the vein of Hall & Oats. "Lover's Lullabye features Joe Osborn from the hit band BREAD and strives to capture the magic sounds of that band. Once Chris found his niche as an elite producer for Amy Grant, B.J. Thomas, The Imperials, and others, his career had other priorities and so these tracks are a snapshot into a very special time in Chris' career. The 12-page booklet is packed with writes ups for every song from Chris' own pen, and also treats fans to a glorious photo collage of unreleased pictures! For fans of Billy Joel, Hall & Oats, Bread and the best of mainstream Top 40 70's pop and rock! Turn the Radio, er - CD player UP! Mastered by Rob Colwell of Bombworks Sound.