Dan Hartman - Waiting To See You album flac
- Album: Waiting To See You
- FLAC: 1521 mb | MP3: 1434 mb
- Released: 1986
- Style: Downtempo, Soundtrack
- Rating: 4.2/5
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White Boy is the sixth studio album from American writer Dan Hartman. It was recorded during 1985 and 1986 but remains unreleased. Following the commercial success of Hartman's hit single "I Can Dream About You", and the album of the same name, in 1984, Hartman soon began recording his second album for the MCA. Continuing his writing with songwriting partner Charlie Midnight, the new material was marked by Hartman's desire to create an edgier recording.
Additionally in 1986, Hartman was in the UK during producing and appeared on the Wogan Show (BBC) and The Wide Awake Club (TV-AM) performing "Get Outta Town" and "Waiting to See You", which was also performed live at the newly revamped Liverpool Docks in a TV show called "Rock Around the Dock"
Musicians Hartman worked with on the associated album included Vinnie Vincent and G. E. Smith. This was followed by his second chart topper, 1979's "Relight My Fire", which featured friend Loleatta Holloway on vocals. This song later became the theme for the NBC talk show Tomorrow and in 1993 became a hit single for British boy band Take That featuring Lulu. There was also a cover version of "Instant Replay" recorded by the British duo Yell!, a top 10 hit in January 1990. One song from the album, "Waiting to See You", was used in the 1986 film Ruthless People and its accompanying soundtrack album, and was subsequently released as a single. In 1988, Hartman co-wrote the song "Why Should I Worry?" with Charlie Midnight, for the Walt Disney Animation Studios film Oliver and Company.
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Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. During the '70s, Dan Hartman was a member of the Edgar Winter Group and was also in Johnny Winter's band for a time. Hartman was also a session musician that supported artists as diverse as Ian Hunter. ead Full Biography. I Can Dream About You. Dan Hartman. Keep the Fire Burnin'. See Full Discography. Similar to. Paul Young.
Dan Hartman, a record producer, singer and songwriter, died on March 22 at his home in Westport, Conn. He was 43. The cause was a brain tumor, said his manager, Julian Able. Mr. Hartman wrote and sang many hit songs, including "Free Ride" and "Relight My Fire. He also wrote many songs for movies, among them "Living in America" from "Rocky IV," which became James Brown's biggest-selling record in 15 years and earned a Grammy nomination for Mr. Hartman. In 1989 he produced and recorded a solo album of his own music for Private Music, and last year worked on a solo album for Chaos, a division of Columbia Records.