Dan Hartman - Images mp3 album
Daniel Earl Hartman (December 8, 1950 – March 22, 1994) was an American musician, singer, songwriter and record producer. Among songs he wrote and recorded were "Free Ride" with The Edgar Winter Group, and the solo hits "Instant Replay", "I Can Dream About You", "We Are the Young" and "Second Nature". I Can Dream About You", his most successful song, reached on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1984.
Dan Hartman was born December 8, 1950 in Harrisburg, PA, he died March 22, 1994 in Westport, CT. He was a prolific writer who honed his craft with a spate of non hit songs until he was asked to join the influential Johnny Winter Band as a backing musician, and then moved on to Johnny's brother Edgar Winter Group where he played bass and was given a free hand to participate in their monster collaboration "They Only Come Out A. In 1981 Dan released "It Hurts To Be In Love" - an album which had moved away from the disco sound with melodic and almost Country Music tones. Success returned in 1984 with Dan's collaboration with Charlie Midnight and the release of "I Can Dream About You" from the film soundtrack of "Streets of Fire".
Dan's first solo album "Images" will be reissued first tine on CD, from Sony Music Japan. Images on CD - Jonathan Creaser, Thu Dec 8 12:30. Images on CD - Jonathan Creaser, Thu Dec 8 16:46. Thank you!! I'll give it a try :-) Re: "Images" album on CD, finally - Anonymous, Wed Oct 19 15:49
Dan Hartman (born Dan Earl Hartman, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, December 8, 1950 - March 22, 1994) was an American singer, songwriter and record producer. Best known for the hits Relight My Fire, Instant Replay, We Are the Young and I Can Dream About You. He joined his first band, The Legends, at the age of 13, with his brother Dave. Hartman played keyboards and wrote much of the band's music. The band released several records but none were hits.
Images is Dan Hartman's second full-length release but his first album of new material. It features an interesting mix of players to assist the t continue his pop rock themes featured in his tenure with the Edgar Winter Group and fittingly has Edgar Winter, Rick Derringer and Ronnie Montrose as guests. Montrose appears on two songs which was in exchange for the two Hartman written songs, "What are You Waiting For?" and "Rich Man", that appeared on Jump On It, the same year. Continuing themes heard on They Only Come Out at Night, Hartman follows up with two Montrose-assisted straight-ahead rockers. High Sign" sounds like the son of "Free Ride" with Ronnie supplying a revving sports car sound reminiscent of "Bad Motor Scooter".
Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. During the '70s, Dan Hartman was a member of the Edgar Winter Group and was also in Johnny Winter's band for a time. Hartman was also a session musician that supported artists as diverse as Ian Hunter. ead Full Biography.
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|A1||Hear My Song||3:13|
Soloist [Sports Car], Lead Guitar – Ronnie Montrose
|A3||On The Telephone
Bass – Dan Hartman
|A4||Thank You For The Good Times
Acoustic Guitar, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Rick DerringerWhistling – Carl Hartman
|B1||Shake It Down
Backing Vocals – Revelation Saxophone – Clarence Clemens*
|B2||Love It Too Much
Backing Vocals – Revelation Kalimba – Dan Hartman
|B3||If Only I Were Stronger
Flute – Tom Strohman
|B4||Can't Stand In The Way Of Love
Horns – Edgar Winter, George Young , Randy Brecker, Tony Pagano
|B5||The Party's In The Back Room
Bass – Joe AbbondanzaDrums – Larry SadlerLead Guitar – Ronnie Montrose
- Mixed At – The Hit Factory
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Distributed By – CBS Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
- Arranged By [Strings], Conductor – Dan Hartman
- Bass – John Siegler
- Design – John Berg, Paula Scher
- Drums – John Wilcox
- Engineer [Assistant] – Ted Spencer
- Mastered By – Greg Calbi
- Mixed By – Dan Hartman, Dave Still
- Music Consultant [Organic Adviser] – Steve Paul
- Percussion – Dan Hartman, John Wilcox
- Photography By – Henry Wolf
- Producer – Dan Hartman
- Strings – Alan Shullman*, Al Brown*, Gene Orloff, Jesse Levy, Julian Barber*, Tony Posk
- Vocals, Backing Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards – Dan Hartman
- Written-By – D. Hartman*, E. Winter* (tracks: A1)
NotesCarl Hartman is Dan Hartman's father
John Willcox appears courtesy of Todd Rundgren's Utopia
Ronnie Montrose appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc.
Revelation appears courtesy of R.S.O. Records, Inc.
Randy Brecker appears courtesy of Arista Records, Inc.
Recorded at the De Saint Phalle Estate, Sands Point, New York.
Mixed at The Hit Factory, NYC.
Mastered at Sterling Sound, NYC.
℗ & © 1976 CBS, Inc.
Silver Streed Music Inc. BMI
except A1 published by
Silver Streed Music Inc. and Hierophant Inc. BMI
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- Matrix / Runout (Run-Out Inscription A-Side): AL34322 - 1B STERLING
- Matrix / Runout (Run-Out Inscription B-Side): BL34322 - 1B STERLING
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|EICP-1509||Dan Hartman||Images (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Car)||Sony Music Distribution||EICP-1509||Japan||2011|
|PZ 34322||Dan Hartman||Images (LP, Album, Promo)||Blue Sky||PZ 34322||US||1976|