9 thoughts on “ Love Lies - Michael McDonald - If Thats What It Takes (CD, Album) ”

  1. Jul 23,  · Michael McDonald – If That’s What It Takes Insanely good Shootout Winning Triple Plus (A+++) sound from start to finish for Michael McDonald’s Masterpiece and on fairly quiet vinyl to boot Both of these sides are incredibly clean, clear, spacious and dynamic with excellent clarity, tons of energy and a big punchy bottom end.
  2. Apr 02,  · videos Play all Top Tracks - Michael McDonald Michael McDonald Michael McDonald - BackStage Videos and Interviews - Duration: BackStage 58, views.
  3. Michael McDonald - If That's What It Takes (Album) Ever since listening to Steve Lukather's autobiography (In February) I've been hooked on this album. From the book I knew Steve Lukather played on it but never really checked out how many songs he played on (it's 5) or who else was involved in the making of the album.
  4. Analyzed: Michael McDonald / If That's What It Takes [WG Target CD]DR Peak RMS Duration TrackDR15 dB dB Playin' By The Rules DR16 dB dB I Keep Forgettin' (Every Time You're Near) DR13 dB dB Love Lies4/5().
  5. Jan 03,  · Analyzed: Michael McDonald / If That's What It Takes [WG Target CD] DR Peak RMS Duration Track DR15 dB dB Playin' By The Rules4/5().
  6. If That’s What It Takes (Shm-CD) (Reissue) (Ltd.) (CD) by Michael Mcdonald is in stock now.,Japan,Music CD, Limited pressing edition. Reissue album from MICHAEL MCDONALD. Originally released by Warner Bros. Records in Releasing in SHM-CD.
  7. Jun 29,  · 10 videos Play all Michael McDonald - If That's What It Takes HD Album The Music Channel Prince, Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne and others -- "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" - .
  8. Aug 06,  · 03 – Love Lies 04 – I Gotta Try 05 – I Can Let Go Now 06 – That’s Why 07 – If That’s What It Takes 08 – No Such Luck 09 – Losin’ End 10 – Believe in It. Michael McDonald – vocals, Fender Rhodes, synths, piano Steve Lukather – guitar (2, 4, 6, 8, 10) Robben Ford – guitar solo (6, 7).
  9. Jan 17,  · The album’s biggest hit, the moody and sleek “I Keep Forgettin’,” continues McDonald’s unflinching look at heartbreak, and it is more R&B-influenced than the previous Doobie Brothers work. The buoyant “I Gotta Try,” co-written by Kenny Loggins, perfectly captures the early-’80s L.A. pop sound.

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