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Dane Donohue (1978) - Dane Donohue

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Dane Donohue

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CasablancaLyrics available
  Running Time: 4:04
Dance With The StrangerLyrics available
  Running Time: 4:03
What Am I Supposed To DoLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:43
WomanLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:56
Where Will You GoLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:41
FreedomLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:06
Can't Be SeenLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:03
Whatever HappenedLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:05
TraceyLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:35
CongratulationsLyrics available
  Running Time: 2:53
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Larry Carlton, Bill Champlin, Jeff D'Angelo, Scott(y) Edwards, Victor Feldman, Chuck Findley, Steve For(e)man, Steve Gadd, David Getreau, Bob Glaub, Jay Graydon, Ed Greene, Don Henley, Gary Herbig/Herbick, Richard (Slyde) Hyde, Tom/Thomas F. Kelly, David Kemper, Steve Lukather, Steve Madaio, Stevie Nicks, Herb Pederson, Michael/Mike Porcaro, Chuck/Charles W Rainey(, III), Tom Saviano, Tim(othy B.) Schmit, Andy Smith, J(ohn) D(avid) Souther, Angelle Trosclair(e), Ernie Watts, Jai (Jay) Winding

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Domestic Vinyl/CD Album

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Dane Donohue (Songwriter), Mark Fisher (Songwriter), David Getreau (Songwriter), Richard Arrindell (Photography), David Krebs (Executive Producer), Steve(n) Leber (Executive Producer), Terence Boylan (Produced By), Terence Boylan (Mixed By), Steve/Stephen Hodge(s) (Mixed By), Wally Traugott (Mastered By), Jai (Jay) Winding (Arranged By), Jai (Jay) Winding (Horns Conducted By), David Getreau (Horns Arranged By), Jai (Jay) Winding (Horns Arranged By), David Krebs (Direction), Steve(n) Leber (Direction), Kevin McShane (Direction), John Boylan (Production Assisted By), Steve/Stephen Hodge(s) (Production Assisted By), Jai (Jay) Winding (Production Assisted By), Paul Grupp (Westlake Audio Recording By), Steve/Stephen Hodge(s) (Westlake Audio Recording By), David Rideau (Westlake Audio Recording Assisted By), Paul Grupp (LA Record Plant Additional Recording By), Steve Smith (LA Record Plant Additional Recording By), Jay Messina (NY Record Plant Additional Recording By), Paul Grupp (Bearsville Sound Additional Recording By), Charles Faris (Longview Farm Additional Recording By), Dennis/Deni King (Longview Farm Additional Recording By), Charles Faris (Capitol Studios Additional Recording By), Dennis/Deni King (Capitol Studios Additional Recording By), Jeff D'Angelo (Arranging Assisted By), Dane Donohue (Arranging Assisted By), David Getreau (Arranging Assisted By), Andy Smith (Arranging Assisted By), Ross Todd (Direction In Association With)

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Columbia/Sony Records International

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Recorded At Westlake Audio, Los Angeles, California.

Additional Recording At Record Plant, Los Angeles, California; Record Plant, New York; Bearsville Sound, New York; Longview Farm, North Brookfield, Massachusetts & Capitol Studios, Hollywood, California.

Mixed At Westlake Audio, Los Angeles, California.

Mastered at Capitol Studios, Hollywood, California.

Direction: David Krebs, Steven Leber and Kevin McShane for Leber-Krebs, Inc., 65 W. 55th St., New York, N.Y., in association with Ross Todd.

Special Thanks To: Bruce Lundvall, Jack Craigo, Don Ellis, Gregg Geller and everyone in the Sony Music family for waiting and believing, Pamela and everyone at the greatest management force in the world: Leber-Krebs

Stevie Nicks, Steve Gadd and Larry Carlton appear courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc.
Don Henley and John David Souther appear courtesy of Asylum Records
Tim Schmit appears courtesy of ABC Records
Bill Champlin appears courtesy of Epic Records and Full Moon Records
Angelle Trosclair appears courtesy of Epic Records

For Reba

Japan CD Reissue Notes:

Stereo (C) 1978 & Manufactured by Sony Records/Music Entertainment/Japan International, Inc.

All rights of the manufacturer and of the owner of the recorded work reserved.

Unauthorized public performance, broadcasting, renting and copying of the disc prohibited.


4 547366 005165
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Compact Disc Digital Audio

Warning: Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

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Good memories!!
Review written by Sue Heck (Susie Karns) (hopefulacrestn@netscape.net), July 24th, 2011

I remember this album in 78...I worked at the State of Indiana and Stable Influence. Still love this music! Kinda jazzy

Review written by Charles Faris, September 29th, 2007

I had the privilege of working with all of these legends. I was young at the time, so it was quite a treat, and a feather in my cap. Funny thing is, I completely forgot about it. Maybe it wasn't commercial enough but I'm glad I re-connected. I found the album in my closet :)

Fair laid back light California rock
Review written by John Fitzgerald, December 29th, 2004

Donohue was one of many treading the waters of laid back California rock but it's slightly mellower and includes splashes of Steely Dan stylings like the xylophone solo at the end of one of the two songs Stevie appears on, the opener "Casablanca" which is the best song on the record although you probably can hear Stevie a little better on "Woman". Impressive in that Dane appears to have taken part in writing many songs included on this album and he is supported by a major label in Columbia and there's lots of backup from some of the Eagles gang (Don Henley, Timothy B. Schmit & J. D. Souther) but still unsuccessful. I suppose it's semi deserved as not much else stands out besides

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Discography entry submitted by Allen Chapman, Jeff Kenney and Marty Adelson.