|A1||Funky But Chic
Backing Vocals – Nona Hendryx, Sara Dash*Horns – Stan BronsteinOrgan – Bobbie Blain*Percussion – Tony MachineVocals – Buz Verno, Frankie LaRockaWritten-By – D. Johansen*, S. Sylvain*
Piano – Bobbie Blain*Vocals – Buz Verno, Frankie LaRockaWritten-By – D. Johansen*, S. Sylvain*
|A3||Pain In My Heart
Horns – Stan BronsteinOrgan – Felix CavaliereVocals – Buz Verno, Frankie LaRockaWritten-By – D. Johansen*
|A4||Not That Much
Rhythm Guitar – Joe PerryVocals – Buz VernoWritten-By – B. Verno*, D. Johansen*
Piano – Bobbie Blain*Violin – Scarlet RiveraWritten-By – D. Johansen*
Guitar – Joe Perry, Syl Sylvain*Organ – Bobbie Blain*Written-By – D. Johansen*, S. Sylvain*
|B2||I'm A Lover
Vocals – Buz Verno, Frankie LaRockaWritten-By – B. Verno*, D. Johansen*, J. Rao*, T. Trask*
Violin – Scarlet RiveraVocals – Buz VernoWritten-By – D. Johansen*
Piano – Bobbie Blain*Written-By – D. Johansen*, S. Sylvain*
|JZ 34926, 34926||David Johansen||David Johansen (LP, Album, Ter)||Blue Sky, Blue Sky||JZ 34926, 34926||US||1978|
|RE 1990||David Johansen||David Johansen (CD, Album, RE)||Razor & Tie||RE 1990||US||1992|
|AP-1||David Johansen||David Johansen (LP, Promo, W/Lbl)||Blue Sky||AP-1||US||1978|
|24862, A 721858||David Johansen||David Johansen (CD, Album, RE)||American Beat Records, Sony BMG Music Entertainment Custom Marketing Group||24862, A 721858||US||2008|
|SKY 82335||David Johansen||David Johansen (LP, Album, W/Lbl)||Blue Sky||SKY 82335||UK||1978|
David Johansen is a 1978 album by the rock musician David Johansen and his first solo album following his tenure as lead singer of the New York Dolls. The album was released on Blue Sky Records, a sub-label of Columbia Records that was associated with Johnny and Edgar Winter. David Johansen also features fellow New York Doll guitarist Sylvain Sylvain, who was a member of the David Johansen Band at that time. Sylvain co-wrote four of the songs with Johansen
Here Comes the Night (David Johansen album). Here Comes the Night is the third solo album for New York Dolls lead singer David Johansen. Released in 1981, Blondie Chaplin (from Beach Boys fame) serves as the producer for the album (for Blondie Chaplin's writing contributions, his middle name William is used and he is listed as "Bill Chaplin")
David Johansen is a 1978 album by the rock musician David Johansen and his first solo album following his tenure as lead singer of the New York Dolls. Sylvain co-wrote four of the songs with Johansen. The single from the album was Johansen and Sylvain's "Funky But Chic", backed with "The Rope (The Let Go Song)",.
David Johansen's self-titled solo debut bears a closer resemblance to his work with the New York Dolls than any of his subsequent recordings, but the former Dolls singer cleverly crafted an album that played to his former band's strengths while establishing an identity of his own and delivering a set of tight but powerful hard rock
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Album · 1978 · 9 Songs. David Johansen & The Harry Smiths.
Complete your David Johansen collection. Pretty rad. Sounds like the dolls but with cleaner production and the first song is kinda funky but in a good way.