I have since learned that my song from this album, "Be My Lover", has been re-released many times over in many countries, that there was a live concert at Bally's of Las Vegas, where Edgar Winter played sax, which was sold on Pay-Per-View. I was not paid any royalties, but was ripped off by someone in the Latoya Jackson group, by removing my name from releases. Here is a link to a website with a list I recently found (so far the best) of the releases for which I was never paid. Just scroll up and down (don't know why it lands in the middle of the site) and look for "Be My Lover" I was paid for two of the ones at the top, nothing more!
Casanova "Some Like It Different" Japan Release
Casanova“Some Like It Different” Maxi, WEA/Warner Brothers Records, 1993 Japanese Release Appeared as: Lyricist, Background Vocalist
Andrew White “Come Closer” LP/CD,Marlboro/Ariola Records, 1989
Appeared as:Background Vocalist
Click on the album cover to hear some backing vocal snippets.
Charlie Woodward "City to City"
Charles Lee Woodward
“City to City”
Maxi CD,Discovery Entertainment, 1995
Appeared as: Lyricist, Song Writer, Lead Vocalist, Background Vocalist
Mik Raven & White Noize
Mik Raven & White noize
“Even on Your Screen”
CD,Nostromo Communications, 2000
Megamix of Eurasure Hits - Drop the Bomb
Click on the picture to the left to hear part (almost all) of me singing a mix of Erasure hits for a record that was played at discos throughout Europe.
I sing all of the male vocals. Unfortunately, I don't know the name of the female singer, but remember she was very pregnant, which made singing into the same mic with her difficult, but fun.
The songs were, of course, written by Erasure. The mix was put together by Rick Layne and Pit Floss was the sound engineer. This was a marathon gig that ran from 10pm to 10am the next day. It was recorded at ARCO Studios, Munich.
"Dawn" is a song I wrote together with N-Depth. N-Depth laid down the beatz, I wrote and sang my lyrics.
It appeared on his 215 album "Recovery" in August on Richland Records. The album is a compilation of jam sessions N-Depth did with various people.
"Lucky" album by Van de Forst
"Lucky" by Van de Forst came out in August of 2015 with two songs I co-wrote with Michael Voss (Casanova, Micheal Schenker Group), "Cowgirl Ridin' High" and "Comin' Home to Nashville".
Die 21-jährige Sängerin mit amerikanischen Wurzeln entdeckte 2013 während ihres letzten USA Trips ihre Liebe zur New Country Music made in Nashville.
Zusammen mit ihrem Producer Michael Voss (Michael Schenker, Mickie Krause, u.a.), der seit Jahren für Universal Publishing Songs schreibt und diverse Nashville Kontakte pflegt (Michael Wagener, Dann Huff), stellen sie ein komplettes Album für 'Van' zusammen. Unter der Mithilfe bekannter CO-Writer wie Tony Carey, Harry Hess, Billy Falcon, Charles Woodward oder auch John Parr gelingt es, den Country-Vibe auch auf Europa zu übertragen.
Eine glockenklare Stimme gepaart mit fliessenden Kompositionen, pulsierenden Beats und Strumming-Guitars. Einfach Songs wie die Single 'Lucky',die mit Herz und Emotion vorgetragen werden: Nashville Pop!
Martin Birke and I started writing songs together after being introduced by Edo Castro, an amazing bassist and old friend. Martin and I clicked and produced three songs together for his new album. I wrote the lyrics and sang "Your Sleekest Engine": "God Fearing Men" and "The Waiting Station", and I also sang background on "Denison Darklight", partially a German translation I did of "Darklight". It's a great album with many cool musicians on it. See, hear more on my New Projects page.
Pleaseget it and enjoy it!
Your Sleekest Engine
"Blindly Believing in Love" Sheet Music
Releases with no Pictures:
Sovetskoe Foto “Black Plumage of Male” LP/CD,Zo-O-Phyte Records, 1988