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Examples of "richie_zito"
The album was produced by Ric Browde, Tom Werman, Bruce Fairbairn and Richie Zito.
Both tracks were produced by Richie Zito who would also produce the following 1990 album "Busted".
All songs written and composed by Davitt Sigerson, Henry Small, and Richie Zito, except where noted.
Both tracks were produced by Richie Zito who would also produce the band's following 1990 album "Busted".
Both tracks were produced by Richie Zito who had previously produced the band's 1988 album "Lap of Luxury".
The song was produced by Richie Zito who had produced the entire "Lap of Luxury" album as well as the band's follow-up 1990 album "Busted".
The song was produced by Richie Zito who had previously produced the band's 1988 album "Lap of Luxury" as well as the entire "Busted" album.
Both tracks were produced by Richie Zito who had previously produced the band's 1988 album "Lap of Luxury" as well as the entire "Busted" album.
Their one and only album was released on Reprise Records in 1992. The Richie Zito produced self-titled effort did not sell very well and the band ceased to exist shortly thereafter.
Production of the first movie included several artists who would later create other popular works, including Kia Asamiya and Atsuko Nakajima. Also noted is the western source of the soundtrack, credited to Joey Carbone and Richie Zito.
The album was recorded and mixed at A&M Studios in Hollywood, California, and Rumbo Recorders in Canoga Park, California with producer Richie Zito. It was dedicated to Van Halen tour manager Scotty Ross and former Poison guitarist DeVille. The album peaked at #16 on the Billboard chart.
Starr taped the basic track at Evergreen Recording Studios in Los Angeles on 4 November 1980, with additional recording taking place on 1–5 December at Nassau's Compass Point Studios. Among the large cast of musicians supporting Starr were Nilsson (vocals), Jim Keltner (drums), Jane Getz (piano), Dennis Budimir and Richie Zito (guitars), and a four-piece horn section led by saxophonist Jerry Jumonville.
"The Flame", "Through the Night" and "All We Need is a Dream" was produced by Richie Zito who produced the entire "Lap of Luxury" album and would also produce the band's following 1990 album "Busted". "I Want You to Want Me" was produced by American producer Tom Werman and "If You Want My Love" was produced by American producer Roy Thomas Baker.
Newark sang the theme song for the anime classic film "Project A-Ko" and worked with Richie Zito and Joey Carbone and was hired to sing multiple songs on the soundtrack for the movie "Crazy Six" starring Rob Lowe, Burt Reynolds, Mario Van Peebles.
The band's third album "Fortress" was released in 2000 by Universal. The band worked with producers Mike Clink (Guns N' Roses, Mötley Crüe, Heart), Richie Zito (Cheap Trick), and Paul Ebersold (3 Doors Down). The album featured minor pop hits "Champagne High" and "Change Your Mind."
The song was produced by the Italian producer Giorgio Moroder and Richie Zito. The 7" single included the b-side Rumour Of Love. The 12" single was paired with Dancing In Berlin and featured the Dance Remix of both songs. The mixes were made by Giorgio Moroder.
In 1985, her song "Making It" (composed by Richie Zito) became a local hit in Japan. She also sang the song "Only a Memory Away" as Sailor Mercury in the English adaptation of the Japanese series "Sailor Moon" (1995). (See also Sailor Moon soundtracks (USA))
"Here Is Christmas" first appeared on the 1992 "Here Is Christmas" EP, released by Grand Slamm in the U.S. and Music For Nations in Europe. The song was written by Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson and Richie Zito and originally released in 1989.
In 2009, Simms was signed to Umbrella Records in West Hollywood, California, US. Her first four songs were produced by the Grammy-nominated members of the alternative metal band Spineshank; but Simms' melodic rock tunes, "The View From Below", "Changing Skies", "Old Movie", and "I Notice", were not suitable for the Spineshank production team. Simms then requested a different producer from the record label and Richie Zito, a writer and producer for Elton John, The Motels, and Heart, was employed.
The colorful film score features a mixture of synthesizers and "real" strings produced by Nobody, and a couple of power ballads performed by John O'Banion: "Satomi Hakkenden", composed by Joey Carbone and written by Kathi Pinto, and "Hakkenshi no Tēma (White Light)" (八剣士のテーマ), composed by Joey Carbone and Richie Zito, written by David Palmer. An LP of the music was released by Eastworld, product id WTP-90258.