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West Coast singers teaming up…

Producer Joey Carbone had an idea, he thought it could be funny to bring some of the best male west coast music singers together an make a album.

The project was realised the same summer, so in 1997 four incredible vocalists, Bill Champlin, Jason Scheff from Chicago, Bobby Kimball and Joseph Williams from Toto.

The first album is a capella cover version of classic songs from: Mamas & Papas, Eagles, Steely Dan, James Taylor, Doobie Brothers, Boz Scaggs, America etc.

In the summer of 1998, West Coast All Stars where back again with the album “Naturally”, Bill Champlin where this time replaced by Tommy Funderburk from Airplay, King of Hearts.

The album is in the same a capella style also covering more classic rock songs.

Discography

The Best

Music Garden 2006

Tracks: Your Smilin’ Face, How Deep Is Your Love, That’s The Way Of The World, God Only Knows, Sister Golden Hair, Takin’ It To The Street, My Love, Tonight The Night (Gonna Be Alright), Hotel California, We’re All Alone, Sir Duke (Live at Tower Records Nagoya), Alone Again (Live at Tower Records Nagoya), God Only Knows (TV Mix), Hotel California (TV Mix) & Sir Duke (TV Mix) & Alone Again (TV Mix).

Musicians on the Naturally album: Joseph Williams, Bill Champlin, Jason Scheff, Bobby Kimball & Tommy Funderburk.

Naturally

Music Garden 1998

Tracks: That’s The Way Of The World, How Deep Is Your Love, Alone Again (Naturally), Just The Way You Are, Sir Duke, Tonight’s The Night (Gonna Be Alright), What’s Goin On, My Love, I Shot The Sheriff & Stairway To Heaven.

Musicians on the Naturally album: Joseph Williams, Jason Scheff, Bobby Kimball & Tommy Funderburk.

California Dreamin´

Music Garden 1997

Tracks: California Dreamin’,  Rikki Don’t Lose That Number, Your Smiling Face, Heaven In Your Eyes, Takin’ It To The Street, Hotel California, Shine On Me, God Only Knows, Sister Golden Hair & We’re All Alone.

Musicians on the California Dreamin´ album: Joseph Williams, Jason Scheff, Bobby Kimball & Bill Champlin.

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