Every Dog Has It's Day (1996) - George (M.) Hawkins(, Jr.)
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George (M.) Hawkins(, Jr.)
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| Anyone But You|
Date Performance: 1996, Running Time: 3:09
| Extraordinary Girl|
Date Performance: 1996, Running Time: 5:19
| Way Down Deep|
Date Performance: 1996, Running Time: 5:41
| Jamie Don't Love Me|
Date Performance: 1996, Running Time: 4:26
| When My Dreams Come True|
Date Performance: 1996, Running Time: 4:42
| Every Dog|
Date Performance: 1996, Running Time: 4:23
| Old Womans Face|
Date Performance: 1996, Running Time: 5:42
| A Little Too Far (This Time)|
Date Performance: 1996, Running Time: 3:44
Comments: Billed as "A Little Too Far" inside the CD booklet but as "A Little Too Far This Time" on the back of the CD.
| Since I Lost You|
Date Performance: 1996, Running Time: 3:00
| Proof Of Love|
Date Performance: 1996, Running Time: 4:50
| Moon Man|
Date Performance: 1996, Running Time: 3:03
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Guy Allison, Billy Burnette, Tamara M. Champlin, Bill Champlin, Janey Clewer, Bruce Gaitsch, Richard Marx, Jonathan Moffet, Jeff(rey) Porcaro, Mark/Marc Russo, Billy Ward
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Import Vinyl/CD Album
| Other Appearances »
Molly Hawkins (Songwriter), Melanie Hawkins (Songwriter), George (M.) Hawkins(, Jr.) (Songwriter), Keith Knudsen/Knudson (Songwriter), Bruce Gaitsch (Programming), Bruce Gaitsch (Produced By), Bruce Gaitsch (Recorded By), George (M.) Hawkins(, Jr.) (Recorded By), Bruce Gaitsch (Mixed By), George (M.) Hawkins(, Jr.) (Mixed By), Bubba Jo Johanssen (Mastered By), Uschi Ackermann (Cover)
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Intercord Record Service
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| Liner Notes »|
Recorded and Mixed at Frantic Studios 1996.
Mastered at Magnolia Mastering, Nashville.
I would like to thank...
Ingo Rose at Intercord
My special thanks to...
The amazing Bill Champlin for his soulful inspiration, keyboards and singing
Billy Ward for his perfect drumming & outrageous spirit
Marc Russo for being the sexiest & most gifted sax player in the world
Guy Allison for his brilliant piano playing
Tamara Champlin for her lusty church vocals
Richard Marx for his incredible one take performance & wicked tasteless humor
My dear friend Billy Burnette for his great vocals & all the years of friendship & laughter
The lovely and talented Janey Clewer for her angelic voice & her gracious hospitality during the making of this record
Extra special appreciation to...
Bruce Gaitsch for his unparallelled musicianship, unwavering support & loving guidance.
Last & most important:
Thank you Melanie
My sweet wife & most precious friend
I love You
(P) & (C) 1996 Edge Of Fluke Music
Marketed and distributed by Intercord Record Service, Licensee
Printed/Made in Holland 11/96
All rights of the producer and of the owner of the work reproduced reserved. Unauthorized copying, hiring, lending, public performance and broadcasting of this record prohibited.
Compact Disc Digital Audio
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The puppy has arrived
Review written by John Fitzgerald, January 8th, 2005
Billy is on a song here listed on the CD inlay as "A little too far this time" (though it's only listed as "A little too far" inside the CD booklet) as one of two doing background vocals on the track but I wouldn't say I hear him particularly well on it. The song however, is the rocking highlight of the album, a real screamer. My favorite ballad moment is the smooth sultry "Extraordinary girl" though there are a few real nice ballads here like the soulful heartfelt keyboard led "When my dreams come true" and the useful keys and acoustic guitar featured "Old womans face". "Anyone but you" is a bright chiming acoustic opening strummer and "Every dog" kicks in after a slow start and was a good choice for a reasonable facsimile of a "title" track. "Jamie don't love me" is good upbeat pop/rock and would've made a good choice for a single. There are a few musical surprises here like the gospel styled choruses and light electric arrangement on the verses in "Way down deep", the funky/up sounding choruses in the otherwise mid tempo "Proof of love" and the Beach Boys flavored acapella closer "Moon man". Some moments are a little weaker like "Since I lost you" which does have an appealing acoustic guitar & sax direction but the song itself is not as strong as the other ballads mentioned. At the end of the day though, this dog does have it's day here. If you can find it (as I realize it's a pretty tough one to track down), I'd recommend it.
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Discography entry submitted by David Oberman & Marty Adelson.