• West Coast Music

    As the name indicates West Coast Music has its origin on the American West Coast. The music emphasizes melody, harmonies and arrangements, and the vocal and instrumental performances are always with great skill and of high quality. The music is often performed by pop/rock artists from the American West Coast, but is in no way limited to any geografical area.

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Joe and Bruce…

A West Coast duo made up of “Joe” Esposito and “Bruce” Sudano backed by a host of L.A. studio session musicians; Dann Huff, Nathan East, Joe Chemay, Michael Omartian etc.

The album “Joe Bruce & 2nd Avenue was released in 1987 in very limited quantities. It never had a official release and only copies came out to the German market, and soon after its release it was withdrawn. It was released by EMI, but there has also been a release by Lord Records, some state that this might be a bootleg, or a release by the band itself.

The music is 80‘s AOR/Westcoast with perfect production by Michael Omartian.

Many fans of west coast music are looking forward to a reissue of this great album.

Read more about Bruce Sudano at this official website.

Discography

Joe Bruce & 2nd Avenue

Lord Records 1987

Tracks: We Can Have It All, Something Tells Me (Into Something Good), No Way To Win, Save The Love, Some Things Never Change, The Terms Of Love, The Message Is Clear, Powerful Girl, America (What’s The Price You Pay) & I Found Love.

Musicians on the Joe Bruce & 2nd Avenue album: Joe “Bean” Esposito, Bruce Sudano, Dann Huff, Nathan East, Joe Chemay, Michael Omartian, Erich Bulling, Marcus Ryle, John Robinson, Bob Conti, Gary Herbig, Kim Hutchcroft, Jerry Hey, Bill Reichenbach, Donna Summer, Dara Bernard, Mary Ellen Bernard & Portia Griffin.

Joe Bruce & 2nd Avenue

EMI Records 1987

Tracks: We Can Have It All, Something Tells Me (Into Something Good), No Way To Win, Save The Love, Some Things Never Change, The Terms Of Love, The Message Is Clear, Powerful Girl, America (What’s The Price You Pay) & I Found Love.

Musicians on the Joe Bruce & 2nd Avenue album: Joe “Bean” Esposito, Bruce Sudano, Dann Huff, Nathan East, Joe Chemay, Michael Omartian, Erich Bulling, Marcus Ryle, John Robinson, Bob Conti, Gary Herbig, Kim Hutchcroft, Jerry Hey, Bill Reichenbach, Donna Summer, Dara Bernard, Mary Ellen Bernard & Portia Griffin.

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