Keith Merrow is a studio musician hailing from Portland, Oregon- USA. His extreme style of guitar playing is a unique blend of traditional metal with a dash of obscurity.Keith Merrow has a sound that is original and heartfelt while remaining utterly brutal and true to his traditional metal roots.
Japanese-only collection from the singer/songwriter who helped to change the course of Pop music with her songwriting skills during the '60s and her own solo recordings in the '70s. 21 tracks including , , , , and many more.
is a 1974 album by American singer-songwriter . The album hit #1 on the Billboard albums chart in late 1974 and spun off successful singles with (#2 Pop) and (#9 Pop, #1 Adult Contemporary). The album was certified Gold by the RIAA.
is a musical with a book and lyrics by and music by . The musical is based on 's books (which compose 1962's ), and (1960). based the story on a demonstrative little girl who used to sing and dance on the stoop of her building, whom he observed while he was a little boy growing up in Brooklyn.
is an album by American singer-songwriter , released in 1975. This is her final effort issued by , and also the last album produced by who had been her collaborator since . The track was released as a lead single from the album, and became her 4th and final chart-topper on the U.S. Billboard AC chart. , a song featuring and on vocals, was also released as a single. also features harmony vocals by .
was the first of 's live albums to appear, actually preceding the release of the 1971 concert. The two couldn't be more different. presents a nervous, unassuming artist on the cusp of stardom. The of is a different woman - an abundantly confident, slick professional, with all the timing, glitz, and glamour of a pro.
is a studio album by singer-songwriter , released in March 1993. The album includes , a Grammy-nominated song which was featured in the film .
is an album by American singer-songwriter , released in 1983. was reunited with - the man responsible for her legendary albums, including and - for this disappointing experiment in digital sound and synthesizers. If there's one artist utterly at odds with state-of-the-art technology, it's .