CHRIS CHRISTIAN – Chris Christian ’81 (aka I Want You, I Need You) [digitally remastered +7] (2020) *0dayrox Exclusive*

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As requested, here’s the recent remastered & expanded version of CHRIS CHRISTIAN‘s self-titled album from 1981, also known as ‘I Want You, I Need You‘, to not be confused with Chris debut album from 1976.
”Chris Christian / I Want You, I Need You” is considered a West Coast AOR-pop classic, featuring a stellar array of session musicians including legendary guitarists Dann Huff & Michael Landau, David Foster, Tommy Funderburk, Christopher Cross, Nigel Olsson (Uriah Heep & Elton John), Amy Holland and many other luminaries from the genre.
Long out-of-print, and never before available on CD in the US, this ”Chris Christian / I Want You, I Need You” collector’s edition has been digitally remastered by Rob Colwell of Bombworks Sound.
Only at 0dayrox


1 Don’t Give Up On Us (with Christopher Cross)
2 I Want You, I Need You (with Cheryl Ladd)
3 Love’s Not One To Forget
4 The Last Goodbye (original version)
5 Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing (duet with Amy Holland)
6 Make It Last (with Bill Champlin, Frankie Valli, Tommy Funderburk)
7 Houston
8 I Don’t Believe You
9 What Can There Be (guest vocals Robbie Patton)
10 Whatever It Is
11 Walnut Hill (Dann Huff guitar)
12 Only Wanna Be With You
13 Day Like Today (vocals Gerry Beckley of the band America)
14 Deja Vu
15 Justice In Love
16 Last Goodbye (new unreleased version with David Foster & Dann Huff)
17 Chemistry

Vocals, Keyboards – Chris Christian
Guitar – Dann Huff
Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar – Michael Landau
Guitar – Paul Jackson Jr.
Bass – Dennis Belfield, Dave Hungate
Drums – Carlos Vega, Nigel Olsson, Mike Baird
Percussion – Paulinho De Costa
Guest Guitar – Christopher Cross
Keyboards – Bob Gaudio
Keyboards, Synths – Greg Mathieson
Synthesizer – Michael Boddicker
Saxophone – Tom Scott
Vocals [Guest] – Robbie Patton, Amy Holland, Gerry Beckley
Backing Vocals – Bill Champlin, Frankie Valli, Tom Kelly, Tommy Funderburk



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