SHADOW DANCING is the second album by English singer-songwriter and teen idol Andy Gibb, released in April 1978 in the United States and September 1978 in the United Kingdom. It was Gibb's highest charting album in some countries including America and in Canada. This LP was his only album to chart in the UK. The album had released four singles including the three US Top 10 and one single that was not charted elsewhere.
FLOWING RIVERS Flowing Rivers is the debut studio album by English singer-songwriter Andy Gibb. The album was produced by Albhy Galuten and Karl Richardson, with Barry Gibb on two tracks. It was released in September 1977 on RSO.
Escapist, lush synth-pop with nods ‘70s California. For their third album, Empire of the Sun tapped a dream team of legendary musicians to lend their talents: Henry Hey and Tim Lefebvre from David Bowie’s Blackstar band, Prince bandmate Wendy Melvoin, and Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham. The latter helped write “To Her Door,” which is as warm and wistful as Fleetwood’s “Gypsy” or Empire’s own “Walking on a Dream.”
Steve Grimmett from Grim Reaper at the head of the band. Trying again for that Whitesnake feel and doing a pretty good job again. Change of guitarist does change the sound a bit. This album doesn't quite meet the standard set by the magnificent debut, nevertheless it's a worthy followup!
Dirty Looks emerged in 1984 like a high-energy, long-haired American equivalent of AC/DC, playing ferocious, hook-heavy songs. Dirty Looks had solid success with the albums Cool From the Wire (1988) and Five Easy Pieces (1992) which were the band's most popular. "Five Easy Pieces" was their first release on their new label, Sony/Columbia. The album's production is superb as Max Norman is once again hired to turn the knobs. Great rock album from beginning to end!