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Eric Carmen – ‘Eric Carmen’ (1975): On Second Thought

Eric Carmen – ‘Eric Carmen’ (1975): On Second Thought

Wearing his heart and influences on his sleeve, Eric Carmen created a cherished debut album that was true to his soul.

Eric Carmen – The Essential Eric Carmen (2014)

Eric Carmen – The Essential Eric Carmen (2014)

This first-time-ever collection of both Eric Carmen’s Raspberries and solo favorites also includes his first new song in some 18 years.

Raspberries – Fresh Raspberries (1972): On Second Thought

Raspberries – Fresh Raspberries (1972): On Second Thought

Established 1970 in Cleveland, Ohio, Raspberries were on a mission to consolidate pure pop perceptions with a hard rock bent. Artistically and commercially, the goal was achieved.

Eric Carmen, Andrew Gold, others – Warmth of the Sun: Songs Inspired by the Beach Boys (2000)

Eric Carmen, Andrew Gold, others – Warmth of the Sun: Songs Inspired by the Beach Boys (2000)

Although countless Beach Boys tribute albums are available, The Warmth Of The Sun was not your typical homage.

Forgotten series: Iron Butterfly, Gene Vincent, Eric Carmen, others – Garagelands Volume Two (1999)

Forgotten series: Iron Butterfly, Gene Vincent, Eric Carmen, others – Garagelands Volume Two (1999)

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZokODbzZG5k&w=500&h=305] Like its predecessor, Garagelands Volume Two (Bam Caruso Records) salutes long lost songs of the ’60s, where fuzz guitars mingle cordially with chiming tambourines and screeching harmonicas, while the drums thump and pump

Forgotten series: The Choir – Choir Practice (1994)

Armed with an arsenal of great songs, sharp chops and a cool look, the Choir were Cleveland, Ohio’s answer to the best of the British Invasion.

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