Bruce Johnston - Going Public album download
Going Public is Beach Boys member Bruce Johnston's third and final solo album, and the only one recorded after becoming a member of The Beach Boys. It was released in May 1977 under Columbia Records. I Write the Songs" (Bruce Johnston) – 4:05. Deirdre" (Johnston, Brian Wilson) – 4:10. Thank You, Baby" (Johnston) – 4:23. Rendezvous" (Johnston, Bill Hudson, Brett Hudson, Mark Hudson) – 2:27. Won't Somebody Dance with Me" (Lynsey De Paul) – 4:01. Disney Girls" (Johnston) – 5:09.
Complete your Bruce Johnston collection. referencing Going Public, LP, Album, PC 34459. I doubt these 1970's labels are normally known as '6-eye' labels, even though they do have 6 Columbia logos inserted individually between the perimeter of 'COLUMBIA' names. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Going Public Tracklist. 1. I Write the Songs Lyrics. Going Public Q&A.
Going Public is Beach Boys member Bruce Johnston's third and final solo album, and the only one recorded after becoming a member of The Beach Boys. Bruce Johnston - Lead Vocals, Piano, Keyboards, Bass and Guitar. Bob Alcivar - Horn and String Arrangements. Michael Anthony - Acoustic Guitar. Curt Boettcher (as Curt Becher) - Backing Vocals. Harry Betts - String Arrangements. Cindy Bullens - Backing Vocals. California Boys Choir - Backing Vocals.
Going PublicStudio album by Bruce JohnstonReleasedMay 1977GenrePop ducerGary UsherBruce Johnston chronology Surfin' Round th. Bruce Johnston chronology. Surfin' Round the World (1963).
Album · 1976 · 9 Songs. While attending UCLA, Johnston released a handful of singles (including "Do the Surfer Stomp" and "Soupy Shuffle Stomp"), as well as the albums Surfin' Around the World and Surfers' Pajama Party, the latter of which was cut at a Sigma Pi fraternity bash. At the Del-Fi label, he was also a producer for acts including Ron Holden, and led the Rip Chords and the Hot Doggers with Terry Melcher. Johnston left the band during the mid-'70s, recording a solo LP, 1977's Going Public, and becoming the hit songwriter behind smashes like Barry Manilow's "I Write the Songs. By the end of the decade, however, he was again producing the Beach Boys, and continued to tour with them well into the '90s.
I Write the Songs, 04:04.
|1||I Write the Songs Bruce Johnston||Bruce Johnston||4:05|
|2||Deirdre Bruce Johnston / Brian Wilson||Bruce Johnston||4:10|
|3||Thank You Baby Bruce Johnston||Bruce Johnston||4:23|
|4||Rendezvous The Hudson Brothers / Bruce Johnston||Bruce Johnston||2:27|
|5||Won't Somebody Dance With Me Lynsey de Paul||Bruce Johnston||4:01|
|6||Disney Girls Bruce Johnston||Bruce Johnston||5:09|
|7||Rock and Roll Survivor Bruce Johnston||Bruce Johnston||2:54|
|8||Don't Be Scared Bruce Johnston||Bruce Johnston||3:08|
|9||Pipeline Brian Carman / Bob Spickard||Bruce Johnston||4:36|
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