Far Cry: The More Things Change… (1980)

An album by Phil Galdston and Peter Thom, who had previously released an album in 1977 entitled , oddly enough, ‘Galdston & Thom’. I’ve never heard that record, but what you get here is light breezy soft West Coast rock, not a million miles away from what China and Joe Chemay would release a year later. It does have a touch of the Steely Dan’s about it in places as well, but that isn’t surprising when you see who helps out on backing voclas.

Stand out track for me is ‘The Hits Just Keep Comin’, but a really nice album to boot.

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Producer: Elliot Scheiner

 

Musicians:
Drums: Liberty DeVitto, Bernard Purdie, Ed Greene
Guitars: Steve Khan, Mark Doyle, Jeff Mironov, Elliot Randall
Bass: Doug Stegmeyer, Will Lee, Chris Parker, Neil Jason, Tony Levin
Piano: Phil Galdston, Rob Mounsey
Synthesizers: Rob Mounsey
Percussion: Ralph McDonald
Horns: Randy Brecker, Marvin Stamm, Barry Rogers, Timmy Capello, Ron Cuber, Dave Tofani
Background Vocals: Donald Fagen, Rob Mounsey, Patti Austin, William Eaton, Frank Floyd

 

Tracklist:
1. The Hits Just Keep On Comin’
2. Eldorado Escape
3. The One And Lonely
4. Because It’s There
5. It’s Not As Simple As That
6. Fight, Fight, Fight
7. Ocean Eyes
8. Suddenly Strings
9. Tell Jack

10. Some Things Will Never Change

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3 thoughts on “Far Cry: The More Things Change… (1980)

  1. Rob April 7, 2016 / 3:45 pm

    You can really hear Donald Fagen’s background vox in “It’s Not as Simple as That”!

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  2. acab5023 May 18, 2016 / 4:02 pm

    One of my favourites albums w.c
    True masterpiece..
    Great job
    Angel Cabrera

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