Bill Wray (1976 MCA/legend 2188 Leon Medica performs on album)ASIN: B000RZQKM0. Seize the Moment (1983 Liberty LT-51140 Produced by John Ryan for Chicago Kid Productions). Bill Wray and His Show Band Royale (songs Ooo Baby, Baby and Morning Dew, Warner Brothers-Seven Arts other artists: Jim Chiek). Fire and Ice (1981 Liberty LT-1098). Louisiana Rain (Liberty). Takin My Time (MCA 40611). Pinball, That's All - Tilt (film) soundtrack
Takin' My Time is the third album by Bonnie Raitt, released in 1973 Widely considered one of her strongest works, it was praised by critic Robert Christgau. Bill Payne - organ, piano, electric piano, vocals, background vocals. Joel Peskin - saxophone. Nat Seligman - handclapping. Tony Terran - trumpet. Oscar Brashear - trumpet. Bud Brisbois - trumpet. Ernie Watts - soprano saxophone.
Takin' It to the Streets is the sixth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers. The album was released on March 19, 1976, by Warner Bros. It was the first to feature Michael McDonald on lead vocals. By late 1974, touring was beginning to take its toll on the band, especially leader Tom Johnston. Things became worse during touring in support of Stampede when he was diagnosed with stomach ulcers. His condition worsened and several shows had to be cancelled
Takin’ My Time Tracklist. 1. You've Been In Love Too Long Lyrics. 2. I Gave My Love A Candle Lyrics.
Takin' My Time is the second studio album by R&B trio After 7. It peaked at on the Billboard 200. It was their first album to be released under Virgin Records after being acquired by EMI Music in 1992. The album is notable for being their first and only album without any songs produced by . Instead, they contribute as writers, with Reid co-writing the songs "Can He Love U Like This" and ".
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