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Where to start - Not an exhaustive list by any means, but some of my faves!

 

Airplay - S/T

Ambrosia - One Eighty

America - View From The Ground

Stephen Bishop - Bowling In Paris

Black Rose (+ Cher) - Black Rose

Paul Brady - Trick Or Treat

Bridge 2 Far - S/T

Bill Champlin - Runaway

Chicago - 16-21, 30, Stone Of Sisyphus

Christopher Cross - S/T

Crossfade - White On Blue

Robbie Dupree - Street Corner Heroes

Dwayne Ford - Needless Freaking

England Dan & John Ford Coley - Dr. Heckle & Mr Jive

Jay Ferguson - White Noise,

Jay Graydon - Airplay For The Planet

Greg Guidry - Over The Line

Kurt Howell - S/T

JaR - Scene 29

Keven Jordan - No Sign Of Rain

Marc Jordan - Hole In The Wall, Talking Through Pictures, C.O.W.

Keane - S/T & Today,Tomorrow and Tonight

Ray Kennedy - S/T

King Of Hearts - S/T

Larsen/Feiten Band - S/T & Full Moon

Lee Ritenour - Rit, Rit 2

Maxus - S/T

Nielsen/Pearson - S/T & Blind Luck

John O'Banion - Danger, Hearts

Pablo Cruise - Part Of The Game, Worlds Away

David Pack - Anywhere You Go

Pages - S/T ('78), Future Street, S/T ('81)

Parber & Kerstein - Stories From The Heart

Planet 3 - Stories From The Planet

Player - S/T, Danger Zone, Room With A View

Pure Prairie League - Can't Hold Back, Firin' Up

David Roberts - All Dressed Up

Boz Scaggs - Silk Degrees, Middle Man

Frank Stallone - S/T

Think Out Loud - S/T & Shelf Life

Toto - S/T, IV, Fahrenheit, Seventh One

Toy Matinee - S/T

The Tubes - The Completion Backwards Principle, Inside Outside

John Valenti - I Won't Change

Joseph Williams - S/T & I Am Alive

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Where to start - Not an exhaustive list by any means, but some of my faves!

 

Airplay - S/T

Ambrosia - One Eighty

America - View From The Ground

Stephen Bishop - Bowling In Paris

Black Rose (+ Cher) - Black Rose

Paul Brady - Trick Or Treat

Bridge 2 Far - S/T

Bill Champlin - Runaway

Chicago - 16-21, 30, Stone Of Sisyphus

Christopher Cross - S/T

Crossfade - White On Blue

Robbie Dupree - Street Corner Heroes

Dwayne Ford - Needless Freaking

England Dan & John Ford Coley - Dr. Heckle & Mr Jive

Jay Ferguson - White Noise,

Jay Graydon - Airplay For The Planet

Greg Guidry - Over The Line

Kurt Howell - S/T

JaR - Scene 29

Keven Jordan - No Sign Of Rain

Marc Jordan - Hole In The Wall, Talking Through Pictures, C.O.W.

Keane - S/T & Today,Tomorrow and Tonight

Ray Kennedy - S/T

King Of Hearts - S/T

Larsen/Feiten Band - S/T & Full Moon

Lee Ritenour - Rit, Rit 2

Maxus - S/T

Nielsen/Pearson - S/T & Blind Luck

John O'Banion - Danger, Hearts

Pablo Cruise - Part Of The Game, Worlds Away

David Pack - Anywhere You Go

Pages - S/T ('78), Future Street, S/T ('81)

Parber & Kerstein - Stories From The Heart

Planet 3 - Stories From The Planet

Player - S/T, Danger Zone, Room With A View

Pure Prairie League - Can't Hold Back, Firin' Up

David Roberts - All Dressed Up

Boz Scaggs - Silk Degrees, Middle Man

Frank Stallone - S/T

Think Out Loud - S/T & Shelf Life

Toto - S/T, IV, Fahrenheit, Seventh One

Toy Matinee - S/T

The Tubes - The Completion Backwards Principle, Inside Outside

John Valenti - I Won't Change

Joseph Williams - S/T & I Am Alive

 

Great list and I agree with all of course.

From the top of my head I'd like to add some of my faves:

 

PETER ALLEN - Bi-Coastal

AMERICA - Alibi, Perspective

PAUL ANKA - Walk A Fine Line

JOE CHEMAY BAND - The Riper The Finer

CHRISTOPHER CROSS - In The Back Of My Mind

BUZZY FEITEN & THE NEW FULL MOON - s/t

AL JARREAU - Breakin' Away, s/t, High Crime

JOE BRUCE & 2ND AVE - s/t

KAZU PROJECT - Standing In The Wings, Marine Fantasia

L.A. Cowboys - Endless Summer

JEFF LARSON - Fragile Sunrise, Sepia

LAVA - The Rhythm Of Love

PM - s/t, Street Of Dreams

KENNY ROGERS - They Don't Make Them Like They Used To

SOLEIL MOON - Worlds Apart

GINO VANNELLI - Nightwalker

WHITE HEART - Vital Signs

 

Cheers

 

Ralfster

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Great list and I agree with all of course.

From the top of my head I'd like to add some of my faves:

 

PETER ALLEN - Bi-Coastal

AMERICA - Alibi, Perspective

PAUL ANKA - Walk A Fine Line

JOE CHEMAY BAND - The Riper The Finer

CHRISTOPHER CROSS - In The Back Of My Mind

BUZZY FEITEN & THE NEW FULL MOON - s/t

AL JARREAU - Breakin' Away, s/t, High Crime

JOE BRUCE & 2ND AVE - s/t

KAZU PROJECT - Standing In The Wings, Marine Fantasia

L.A. Cowboys - Endless Summer

JEFF LARSON - Fragile Sunrise, Sepia

LAVA - The Rhythm Of Love

PM - s/t, Street Of Dreams

KENNY ROGERS - They Don't Make Them Like They Used To

SOLEIL MOON - Worlds Apart

GINO VANNELLI - Nightwalker

WHITE HEART - Vital Signs

 

Cheers

 

Ralfster

 

 

Forgot about the exccellent White Heart and that Kenny Rogers disc - I got it a while back expecting it to be rubbish and it turned out to be an excellent one. I have been after the L.A.Cowboys one and a couple of others from your list for a while. Will check some of the others out.

 

I forgot a huge one from my list

 

Taylor Mesple - Victory Land which is an hugely awesome disc.

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One more to add:

 

i-TEN - Taking a cold Look

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Clif Magness - Solo

 

Probably the best blend of westcoast and AOR ever.

 

 

I also have to add:

 

Steve Lukather - Lukather (89)

Michael Thompson Band - How long

Tim Feehan as an artist

Toys of joy - one of these days

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