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Eric Carmen (The Definitive Collection)

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CDs

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Like New

Duration:

Album

Country/Region of Manufacture:

United States

Artist:

Eric Carmen

Format:

CD

Release Date:

1997

Number of Discs:

1

UPC:

078221896320

Record Label:

Arista (usa)

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Artist: Carmen, Eric Release Date: 1997 Format: CD Record Label: Arista Records (USA) Genre: Rock Pop UPC: 078221896320 Sub-Genre: Rock Pop -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Additional Information about The Definitive Collection Portions of this page Copyright 1948 - 2006 Muze Inc. All rights reserved. Track listing 1. Go All The Way - (with The Raspberries) 2. I Wanna Be With You - (with The Raspberries) 3. Let's Pretend - (with The Raspberries) 4. Tonight - (with The Raspberries) 5. Overnight Sensation (Hit Record) - (with The Raspberries) 6. All By Myself 7. Sunrise 8. That's Rock N' Roll 9. Never Gonna Fall In Love Again 10. No Hard Feelings 11. Boats Against The Current 12. She Did It 13. Change Of Heart 14. Hey Deanie 15. Desperate Fools 16. Way We Used To Be, The 17. Hungry Eyes 18. Make Me Lose Control Details Producer: Bob Irwin (Compilation) Distributor: BMG Recording type: Studio Recording mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a Album notes Personnel includes: Eric Carmen (vocals, guitar, piano, tack piano, electric piano, harpsichord, Mellotron, synthesizer, bass, drums, percussion); Scott McCarl, Dave Smalley (vocals, acoustic guitar, bass); Wally Bryson (vocals, guitar); Dan Hrdlicka, Andrew Gold, Ritchie Zito, Richard Reising, Daniel Kortchmar, Burton Cummings (guitar); Tommy Morgan (harmonica); Jay Winding (acoustic electric pianos); Jeff "Elbows" Hutton (keyboards); James Newton Howard (synthesizers); Steve Knill (bass, background vocals); David Wintour (bass); D. Dwight Krueger, Michael McBride (drums, percussion, background vocals); Jim Bonifanti, Michael Botts, Jeff Porcaro (drums); Gene Estes, Ollie Brown, Joseph Porcaro (percussion). Producers: Eric Carmen, Jimmy Ienner, Bob Gaudio. Engineers include: Shelly Yakus, Jack Sherdel, Kevin Beamish. Includes liner notes by David Wild. All tracks have been digitally remastered. From the edgier, more rock-oriented material he recorded with the Raspberries in the '70s, to his more easy-going material recorded in the '80s, THE DEFINITIVE collection makes clear the prodigious talents of singer/songwriter Eric Carmen. "Go All the Way," which contains a classic hook, is a Beach Boys-inspired smash with a few alluring time changes thrown in. "I Wanna Be With You" is a rock roll number lifted from Todd Rundgren's "Couldn't I Just Tell You," as Eric explains in the liner notes. "Let's Pretend," with its catchy harmonies, is a lost classic that unfortunately only rose as high as #35 on the pop charts. "Tonight" features the raucous drumming of Jim Bonfanti. Another can't-miss track is "All By Myself," which appeared in 1975 on Eric's first solo album. The piano and string arrangements, combined with Carmen's reflective voice, make for a song that's certain to played as long as adult-contemporary stations exist. "That's Rock n' Roll" is a danceable number that chronicles the road life of a rock roll band. "Hey Deanie," a '50s-style rock tune that was later a hit for Shaun Cassidy, rounds out the set. Portions of this page Copyright 1948 - 2006 Muze Inc. All rights reserved.
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