• 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.

Classics West Coast Music

The late seventies and early eighties are sometimes referred to as “The Golden Age” of West Coast Music, and the contrast to so much of what the nineties have offered us musically is remarkable.

Lots of studio recordings, especially in the Los Angeles area and with several artists or bands that released a few albums, some only a debut album and never had a follow up, also some artists moved to another music direction.

At this list you can see a selection of albums that are worthy a listening.

The 24th Street Band – Bokutachi

Better Days 1981

Tracks: City Streets Country Roads, Slow Down, Ricky And The Radio, Share Your Dreams, The House That Jack Built, Childhood Love Affair, The Whole-Heated Kind & The New York City Strut.

Musicians on the Bokutachi album: Hiram Bullock, Clifford Carter, Will Lee & Steve Jordan.

The 24th Street Band – Share Your Dreams

Better Days 1980

Tracks: The New York City Strut, Not To Much To Give, Tall Hansome Man, Share Your Dreams, Back In Your Arms Again, Tryin´ To Make Up For Lost Time, Ricky And The Radio & Lovers Again.

Musicians on the Share Your Dreams album: Hiram Bullock, Clifford Carter, Will Lee,  Steve Jordan & Sammy Figueroa.

The 24th Street Band – S.T.

Better Days 1979

Tracks: Shoppin’ Round Again, Down To The Waterfall, Don’t Let Them Take You Away, Full-Time Love, Pleasure Before Business, Turn Your Hearts To Stone & Quack !!!

Musicians on the 24th Street Band album: Hiram Bullock, Clifford Carter, Sammy Figueroa, Will Lee & Steve Jordan.


At these sections you can see a selection of albums that are worthy a listening.

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