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Artist: Jack Wagner

Title: Don't Give Up Your Day Job

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Category: Lite AOR

Year: 1987

Label: Qwest Records

Catalog Number: 9 25562-2


Jack Wagner lead and backing vocals
Randy Kerber keyboards, synthesizers
Paul Leim drums, drum programming
Nick Kirgo guitars
Tony Humecke drums
John Farrar keyboards, synthesizers, guitar, bass, backing vocals
Paulinho da Costa percussion
Vinnie Colauita drums
Abe Laboriel bass
Glen Ballard keyboards
Clif Magness guitar
Joel Peskin saxophone
John Hobbs keyboards
Joe Chemay bass
Tony Peluso guitar solo
Jim Lang additional synthesizers
John Van Tongeren keyboards, synthesizers
Michael Landau guitar
David Logeman drums
Nathan East bass
Paul Warren guitar
Mike Egizi keyboards
Jack Bruno drums
Dann Huff guitar
Marcel East keyboards
Robbie Buchanan keyboards, synthesizers


1.  Weatherman Says  4:29
2.  Island Fever  4:45
3.  Love... Find It  4:34
4.  It's What We Don't Say  3:48
5.  Easy Way Out  3:55
6.  Common Man  4:42
7.  Lovers in the Night  4:48
8.  Sneakin' Suspicions  3:46
9.  It's Been a Long Time  3:51
10.  Back Home Again  3:54
Total Running Time:  42:32

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Axelinger Date: October 28, 2002 at 22:59
Proof that ANYONE can get a record deal -- even 10th-rate soap opera actors... How this didn't win a Grammy for Best Unintentional Comedy Album is a mystery for the ages...

From: Reno Date: April 30, 2003 at 8:42
Jack said it himself in the title. Don't Give Up Your Day Job. Take your own advice Jack! Nevermind...I've seen you act. You might as well give that up too while you're at it. I had the great misfortune of finding this in a used cd store. Usually I wouldn't pay much attention to artists I don't recognize, but I recognized the face. It took me a minute and I realized he was the guy from General Hospital. I just had to preview it. A quick flash-thru was all this got and flung back to the bin

From: mark Date: December 24, 2003 at 17:34
i heard some of this cd and i admit its not the greatest but its a great effort for a soap opera actor hence the phrace soap opera actor!good job jack keep going with it ull strike it one day

From: Nick Clarkson Date: September 30, 2004 at 6:45
Coo! Quite a few nasty reviews here! I don't think it's such a bad album, Weatherman Says is a nice breezy (sic) track and Island Fever is good too. I must admit I quite like this album! There's nothing groundbreaking (is anything in AOR today) on the album but overall it has a kind of a kind of late night sort of AOR feel...slightly West Coast. I think a lot of people are knocking this coz the guy was an actor..well so was Rick Springfield! Very 80's sounding MOR keyboards and production feel.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 22, 2011 at 20:15
Less Hi-Tech AOR/Power Pop and more into the AOR/Melodic Rock genre...which was awesome because even though his debut was a blast,it was catalogued as a teenager's poppy album for some so called "critics" of the music bizz...anyway my faves in here are "Wheatherman Says"(catchy),"Love...Find It"(catchy ),"Easy Way Out","Common Man" & "It's Been A Long Time"...enjoyable...87/100

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