Episode #63 – Trapeze – You Are The Music, We’re Just The Band

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    • October 4-10; A Bit of Lucre From Lucky Dog
    • By Seth Schiesel
    • Oct. 11, 1998
    • What do Larry Hagman from ”Dallas,” Isabel Sanford from ”The Jeffersons” and Joe Lynn Turner from the rock group Deep Purple have in common?
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    • For the record, Mr. Hagman is the voice of a bull mastiff, Ms. Sanford a basset hound and Mr. Turner a mutt. SETH SCHIESEL

Lead up to the Album:

  • This was their last album with the lineup of Hughes, Galley, Holland.
  • First album not produced by John Lodge of the Moody Blues who had produced the first two
  • Songs split evenly between Hughes solo compositions and Mel/Tom Galley compositions.

Personnel

Album Art & Booklet Review

  • Photography By [Back Cover]

Technical:

Album Tracks:

Side one:

  1. Keepin’ Time (M. Galley, T. Galley)
  2. Coast To Coast (Hughes)
  3. What Is a Woman’s Role (Hughes)
  4. Way Back To The Bone (Hughes)

    Side two:

    1. Feelin’ So Much Better Now (Hughes)
    2. Will Your Love End (Hughes)
    3. Loser (M. Galley, T. Galley)
      • You Are The Music (M. Galley, T. Galley)

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