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Park, Jan (Band) - 1979 Jan Park Band



ARTIST: Park, Jan (Band)
ALBUM: Jan Park Band
LABEL: CBS
SERIAL: JC 35484
YEAR: 1979

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN:

LINEUP: Jan Park - vocals * John Bartle - guitars * Bill Barber - keyboards * Dick Hedlund - bass * Gordy Knutson - drums

Guests: Mike Condon, Eric Holtze, Kent Saunders - acoustic guitar

TRACK LISTING: 01 What's Happening To Me (It's A Spell) * 02 Runnin' After Love (Making It Easy This Time) * 03 Running Wild * 04 Don't Turn Me Away * 05 Stranger * 06 Don't Let It Slip Away * 07 Cool Your Hot Head Down * 08 Keep Me In The Back Of Your Mind * 09 Turn The Lights Down Low * 10 No More Baby


Background
One off outing from Des Moines Iowa based Jan Park Band. From 1979, this outfit managed to land a big record deal with CBS, and released 'Runnin' After Love (Making It Easy This Time)' as the single from the LP.


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#1 | gdazegod on June 28 2010 12:07:30
Jan Park has an association with Iowa mid 60's outfit THE TROJANS.
#2 | super80boy on February 02 2013 21:23:25
Just finished dropping the needle on this vinyl. Being a big fan of female fronted AOR melodic rock, I was pleased with a handful of tracks here: the catchy melancholic AOR of the lead off 'What's Happening To Me', the energetic 'Running Wild', a funky rock inspired 'Cool Your Head Down' and the melodic rocker 'No More Baby'.
 
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