Episode #75 – Tommy Bolin – Private Eyes

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Episode #75

Tommy Bolin – Private Eyes

September 21, 2020

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Lead up to the Album:


Bass, Vocals – Reggie McBride

Drums, Percussion – Bobby Berge

Drums – Carmine Appice

Guitar, Lead Vocals – Tommy Bolin

Keyboards, Vocals – Mark Stein

Percussion – Bobbye Hall

Piano – Tommy Bolin on “Hello Again”

Producer – Dennis Mackay and Tommy Bolin

Wikipedia credits Del Newman for string arrangements.

Wikipedia says it is engineered By Thomas La Tonore and Stephen W Tayler.

Stephen W Tayler Experiential evocation by Anil Prasad

Album Art & Booklet Review

Artwork [Album Package] – Jimmy Wachtel

Artwork [Album Package] – Lorrie Sullivan

Album Tracks:

Side one:

Bustin’ Out For Rosey (Bolin)

Sweet Burgundy (Cook, Bolin)

Post Toastee (Bolin)

Side two:

Shake the Devil (Cook, Bolin)

Gypsy Soul (Cook, Bolin)

Someday Will Bring Our Love Home (Tesar, Bolin)

Drums by Carmine Appice?

Hello, Again (Cook, Bolin)

Bolin plays piano on this track

You Told Me That You Loved Me (Bolin)

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