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Examples of "danny_kortchmar"
The song was produced by Hanson and Danny Kortchmar.
According to Taylor's friend Danny Kortchmar, "Country Road"
12. "Feet" (Danny Kortchmar) - 2:34 "(Previously Unreleased)"
Danny Kortchmar mentored children's musician Mister G and recorded some of his early demos.
Except "Dirty Laundry"; written by Don Henley and Danny Kortchmar
All titles were written by Harry Nilsson, except "Thursday" (Nilsson, Danny Kortchmar).
All songs by Don Henley and Danny Kortchmar, except where noted.
Linda Ronstadt sings harmony vocals and Dan Dugmore plays pedal steel guitar, while Danny Kortchmar plays guitar.
In 1942, she married Emil Kortchmar, a screw machine parts manufacturer. They had two children, Michael and Daniel. Danny Kortchmar is now a professional guitarist.
Souther hired Danny Kortchmar to play guitar, David Sanborn on saxophone, Phil Everly to help out with the harmony, Jackson Browne and three members of the Eagles.
Goffin's debut public performance was opening for Jackson Browne at the Troubadour when she was 17 years old. Her debut album "Kid Blue," produced by Danny Kortchmar, was released on Elektra/Asylum in 1979.
The Kingbees were Danny Kortchmar (credited as Danny Kootch) (guitar), Joel O'Brien (drums), Dickie Frank (bass) and John McDuffy (vocals and organ). They released three singles on the RCA label.
Musicians who play Campbell American guitars include Danny Kortchmar (James Taylor, Carole King, Carly Simon), Tanya Donelly (Throwing Muses, Belly, The Breeders), Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson, Bill Nelson, Charlie Farren and David "Fuze" Fiuczynski.
Jim Keltner recorded two albums with his band Attitudes for George Harrison's Dark Horse label. The band also included Danny Kortchmar, David Foster and Paul Stallworth, and recorded "Attitudes" in 1975 and "Good News" in 1977.
"Lawyers in Love" was the first album without David Lindley appearing since his first release, "Jackson Browne". Replacing Lindley with guitarists Rick Vito and Danny Kortchmar gave this album a different sound.
Change of Season is the fourteenth studio album from Daryl Hall & John Oates, released in 1990. The lead single "So Close" was co-written with Jon Bon Jovi and Danny Kortchmar, and hit a high of No. 11 on the "Billboard" Hot 100. It was the second and final album for Arista.
"New York Minute" is a song written by Don Henley, Danny Kortchmar, and Jai Winding. Henley originally recorded it for his 1989 album "The End of the Innocence". The single was a #5 hit on the U.S. Adult Contemporary chart the following year, although it reached only #48 on the "Billboard" Hot 100.
After moving to New York in 1967, Webb worked with King Curtis before going on to join Harry Belafonte's band (1969–1972). In 1972, he played in a band backing David Clayton-Thomas, with Smitty Smith, Chuck Rainey, and Danny Kortchmar.
High Water is a 1997 studio album credited to Texas-based blues rock band The Fabulous Thunderbirds, though the album is a collaboration between Thunderbirds frontman Kim Wilson and studio musicians (and producers) Steve Jordan and Danny Kortchmar. Wilson, Kortchmar and Jordan are the only musicians to appear on the album.
Never Home is the fourth album by singer-songwriter Freedy Johnston. It was released in 1997 on Elektra Records. Johnston credited producer Danny Kortchmar with imparting a more spontaneous, live-sounding feel to this album than its predecessor, "This Perfect World".