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Artist: Dwayne Ford

Title: Needless Freaking

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Dwayne Ford Needless Freaking Album Cover

 

Category: AOR/West Coast

Year: 1981

Label: Sefel / Epic / Sony (Japan)

Catalog Number: EICP-7052

Personnel

Dwayne Ford Vocals, Piano, Organ, Keyboards, Bass
Steve Lukather Guitar
Jay Graydon Guitar
David Bendeth Guitar
Mike Francis Guitar
Mike Porcaro Bass
Neil Stubenhaus Bass
Dennis Pendritch Bass
David Foster Keyboards
Jeff Porcaro Drums
Mike Baird Drums
Barry Keane Drums
Earl Seymour Sax
Patricia Gallant Backing Vocals

Tracks

1.  Lovin' And Losin' You  
2.  Am I Ever Gonna Find  
3.  Your Love  
4.  Stranger In Paradise  
5.  The Hurricane  
6.  Midnight Ride  
7.  There's A Life In Me  
8.  The American Blues  
9.  The Best Will Survive  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Jolt~777 Date: December 15, 2004 at 13:00
I rank this one right up there at the top with other great West Coast rock releases! Think David Roberts, Frankie Bleu and a bit of Airplay! Classic!

From: steve Date: December 27, 2004 at 23:03
too dated westcoast aor...

From: richb Date: April 1, 2006 at 14:04
Sorry Steve don't agree with you at all. There's some cracking tunes on this album in particular "Am I ever gonna find your love", "The Hurricane" and "Midnight ride". Naturally all the supporting cast are superb with a special mention going to Steve Lukather. A West Coast classic for sure...

From: Swazi Date: June 19, 2006 at 4:16
Great ! Absolutely great Westcoast album !! The wonderful voice, melodies and choruses remind me of Bee Gees (!) and Toto, which is no surprise really, as half of the Toto troup is part of the personnel line-up. Recommended !!

From: Kim HP Date: January 1, 2009 at 14:25
Quality westcoast/AOR release in the same vein as Toto, Ambrosia, and David Roberts. Someone ought to fix the track listing above though as this only has 8 tracks (Track 2 should be "Am I Ever Gonna Find Your Love" and track 3 should be removed).


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