My personal dream was always my own solo album. In 1960, I was picking the songs when marriage, children and rock and roll put the album on hold. The years flew by with all the wonders of family and friends, and exciting work in producing jingles, media production and voice-over work. But I never forgot my dreams of a solo album. It wasn't until 1990, after a fruitful career in the radio and recording field, I was able to resurrect my dream and at last record a new album of my beloved "standards." Co-produced with my son-in-law, bassist Bob Parr, who also shared composing and arranging duties with David Zoller, we cut tracks at Pacifique Studios in LA and Goodnight Studios in Dallas with an electrifying and dedicated slate of talented musicians.
It truly became a family affair with my daughter, Claire, lending her skills at mixing and my son, Steve, contributing his percussion talents. And, as always, my wonderful wife Liz provided all the support and encouragement a man could ever want.
So after three decades, with the unflagging support of family and friends-I was finally able to make my dream album of favorite classic love songs, some which I had once sang nightly, some I just always wanted to sing. (Hence the title, "Unfinished Business.")
Please share them with me.
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1. You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You
2. When I Fall In Love
3. Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
4. That's All
5. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down
6. Once Upon A Time
7. The Lady Is A Tramp
8. My Funny Valentine
9. In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning
10. September Of My Years
11. I'll Be Seeing You