2000. “Anti Love” The Best Of Betty Davis.

2000. “Anti Love” The Best Of Bet­ty Davis. I played acoustic piano on the track “Inti Love Song”, ini­tial­ly released in 1972. Greg Erri­co from Sly Stone on drums (and pro­duc­tion). Lar­ry Gra­ham on bass. Neal Schon on gui­tar. Bud­dy Miles on drums. Merl Saun­ders on elec­tric piano, and many more. Bet­ty was mar­ried to the great Jazz trum­pet player […]

1973. Kathi McDonald “Insane Asylum”. Capitol Records.

  1973. Kathi McDon­ald “Insane Asy­lum”. I co-pro­­duced, arranged the music and played bass and keys on this album that was released on Cap­i­tal Records. David Brig­gs was Co-Pro­­duc­er, engi­neer and Exec­u­tive pro­duc­er along with his man­ag­er Art Lin­son. We had many won­der­ful play­ers on that album includ­ing Sly Stone, The Point­er Sis­ters, Neil Schon, […]

1972–73. Diamond Head Festival. “Sears, Schon, Errico”. Live.

  1972–73. N.Y.E. We played our set on Decem­ber 1st, 1973. This is from a YouTube record­ing of a band I formed with Neil Schon (San­tana), Greg Erri­co (Sly & the Fam­i­ly Stone). It was called “Sears, Schon, Erri­co” as writ­ten on the posters for the few shows we played togeth­er (Jour­ney was formed later). […]

1972. Alex Harvey. “Souvenirs”. Capitol Records. Hollywood.

1972. Alex Har­vey. “Sou­venirs”. One of my favorite ses­sions for Capi­tol Records. Alex Har­vey is a mem­ber of the “Coun­try Music Hall of Fame”. He’s writ­ten songs for many artists includ­ing “Delta Dawn” (Tanya Tuck­er); “Hell and High Water” (T. Gra­ham Brown); “The King of Oak Street” (Ken­ny Rogers); “Rings” (Leo Kot­tke); “Some­one Who Cares” […]