The Ghost Of Flight 401" was released in 1979 on Bob Welch's Three Hearts album.
Eye Contact (Bob Welch album). Eye Contact is a 1983 album by musician Bob Welch. American Girls" (Bob Welch, Steve Diamond) – 2:47. S" (Welch, Jeff Baxter) – 2:54. Bernadette" (Welch) – 2:55. He's Really Got A Hold On Her" (Ronald Brooks, Gary Harrison, Daniel Keen) – 3:17. Don't Let Me Touch You" (Welch, Diamond) – 2:53. I'll Dance Alone" (Mark Holden, Peter Hamilton) – 4:00. Fever" (Welch) – 3:10. Stay" (Welch, Baxter) – 2:58. Love On The Line" (Welch) – 3:47.
Artists Bob Welch Eye Contact. Eye Contact Bob Welch. This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 66/164 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Eye Contact. BPM Profile Eye Contact. Album starts at 122BPM, ends at 148BPM (+26), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Bob Welch. Bob Welch Looks at Bop. 1999.
In 1971 he was invited to join Fleetwood Mac. After several album recordings and tours, he left in Dec. 1974. Once again he formed a trio, called Paris (19) this time. Second try, two albums here. In 1976 he released his first solo album.
Eye Contact is the fifth studio album by American experimental music band Gang Gang Dance, released on May 10, 2011, by 4AD. Stereogum placed the album at number 6 on its list of the "Top 50 albums of 2011". Uncut placed the album at number 22 on its list while Pitchfork placed the album at 25. Track listing. In human beings, eye contact is a form of nonverbal communication and is thought to have a large influence on social behavior. Coined in the early to mid-1960s, the term came from the West to often define the act as a meaningful and important sign of confidence, respect, and social communication. The customs and significance of eye contact vary between societies, with religious and social differences often altering its meaning greatly.
Bob Welch - American Girls 02:47. Bob Welch - He's Really Got a Hold on Her 03:14. Bob Welch - Love on the Line 03:37. Bob Welch - I'll Dance Alone 03:35. Bob Welch - Fever 03:10. Bob Welch - Don't Let Me Touch You 02:50. Bob Welch - I'll Dance Alone 04:00. Bob Welch - Fever 02:59. Bob Welch - Bernadette 02:53. Bob Welch - Fever 05:28.
Eye Contact: Best 2 songs. Bob Welch: best 2 tracks. Bob Welch - Devil Wind Three Hearts, 2008 04:02. Bob Welch - Little Star Three Hearts, 2008 03:42.
Bob Welch had to be miffed about Fleetwood Mac's rise to superstardom shortly after his departure. My money says it fueled the creativity behind this beautiful album. He cut definitive versions of his Fleetwood Mac contributions, bettering them at a time when they ruled supreme. Some criticize the sameness of the songs, but in the pre-CD world most fans didn't want to find experimentation on a 35-40 minute LP. Finding a sound - or hitting a groove, was a virtue, not a vice. Fans expected "more of the same," and Bob delivered.
Bob Welch: His Fleetwood Mac Years & Beyond was an album of rerecordings of songs by former Fleetwood Mac guitarist turned solo artist Bob Welch, released in 2003. The album also contained a recording of "Oh Well", a Mac hit from before Welch's time in the group, that he sang many times after Peter Green's departure; and a brand new track, Like Rain. After a 16 year self-imposed retirement, it was his first new recording since Eye Contact was released in 1983.
Bob Welch is the fifth solo album from the ex-Fleetwood Mac guitarist of the same name. It was his first for RCA Records. The album has since been reissued on CD by BMG Japan (in 2001) and in 2012 by Wounded Bird Records. When asked in an interview to promote his Bob Welch Looks at Bop album, Welch was asked if there were any songs he disliked recording, and Welch described one from this album.
|4||He's Really Got A Hold On Her||3:14|
|5||Don’t Let Me Touch You||2:50|
|6||I’ll Dance Alone||4:00|
|9||Love On The Line||3:37|
|10||Can’t Hold Your Love Back||3:36|
|11||I’ll Dance Alone (Single Version)||3:35|
|12||Fever (Single Remix)||2:59|
|13||Fever (12" Version)||5:28|
- Copyright (c) – RCA Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Records
- Recorded At – Cherokee Studios
- Recorded At – Casual Sound, Los Angeles
- Mixed At – Cherokee Studios
- Mastered At – Precision Lacquer
- Manufactured By – Sony Music Labels Inc.
- Art Direction, Design, Painting – Larry Vigon
- Backing Vocals [Background Vocals] – Al Jardine*, Carl Wilson, Myrna Smith-Schilling, Paulette McWilliams, Tommy Funderburk, Van Redding*
- Bass Guitar – Nathan East
- Drums – Ed Greene
- Engineer – Larold Rebhun
- Engineer [Assistant] – Coke Johnson, Curtis Drake
- Guitar [Guitars], Vocals, Backing Vocals [Background Vocals] – Bob Welch
- Liner Notes – 中田利樹*
- Mastered By – Stephen Marcussen, Stephen Marcussen
- Photography By – Leon Lecash
- Piano, Synthesizer [Synthesizers] – James Ehinger*
- Producer [Production Assistant] – Shari Dub
- Producer, Guitar [Guitars], Synthesizer [Synthesizers] – Jeffrey Baxter*
- Saxophone – Jerry Peterson
Notes℗ © 1983 RCA Records
Made in Japan
Tracks 11-13 are bonus tracks on this release
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 547366 314762
- Matrix / Runout: PLDA-3986 2
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L276
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 455W
- Rights Society: Jasrac
|PL 14659||Bob Welch||Eye Contact (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||PL 14659||Germany||1983|
|RPL-8207||Bob Welch||Eye Contact (LP, Album)||RCA||RPL-8207||Japan||1983|
|WOU 4659, 88691943292||Bob Welch||Eye Contact (CD, Album, RE)||Wounded Bird Records, Sony Music Commercial Music Group||WOU 4659, 88691943292||US||2012|
|AFK1-4659||Bob Welch||Eye Contact (Cass, Album)||RCA Victor||AFK1-4659||Canada||1983|
|APL1 4659||Bob Welch||Eye Contact (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||APL1 4659||Australia & New Zealand||1983|