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The Music: Related Releases: Lou Gramm Releases07.23.04

This is a list of albums related with former Foreigner lead vocalist Lou Gramm.

Lou Gramm "Ready Or Not"

Ready Or Not 1. "Ready Or Not"
2. "Heartache"
3. "Midnight Blue"
4. "Time"
5. "If I Don't Have You"
6. "She's Got To Know"
7. "Arrow Thru Your Heart"
8. "Until I Make You Mine"
9. "Chain Of Love"
10. "Lover Come Back"

© 1987 Atlantic Recording Corporation and WEA International Inc. Produced by Pat Moran and Lou Gramm. Engineered by Pat Moran. Lou Gramm features lead and background vocals. Notable appearances: Bruce Turgon on bass guitar, guitar and keyboards, Ben Grammatico Jr. on drums and trumpet, Nils Lofgren, Richard Grammatico and Don Mancuso on guitar, Mark Rivera on saxophone and background vocals, and Ben Grammatico Sr. on trumpet. First solo album.

Lou Gramm "Long Hard Look"

Long Hard Look 1. "Angel With A Dirty Face"
2. "Just Between You And Me"
3. "Broken Dreams"
4. "True Blue Love"
5. "I'll Come Running"
6. "Hangin' On My Hip"
7. "Warmest Rising Sun"
8. "Day One"
9. "I'll Know When It's Over"
10. "Tin Soldier"

© 1989 Atlantic Recording Corporation and WEA International Inc. Produced by Peter Wolf. Engineered by Gonzalo "Bino" Espinoza and Paul Ericksen.   Lou Gramm features lead and background vocals. Notable appearances: Peter Wolf on keyboards and background vocals, Ben Grammatico Jr. on drums, Bruce Turgon on bass guitar, guitar and background vocals, and Vivian Campbell on guitar. Second solo album, which includes a cover of the Small Faces song "Tin Soldier". This album is currently out of print.

Shadow King "Shadow King"

Shadow King 1. "What Would It Take"
2. "Anytime, Anywhere"
3. "Once Upon A Time"
4. "Don't Even Know I'm Alive"
5. "Boy"
6. "I Want You"
7. "This Heart Of Stone"
8. "Danger In The Dance Of Love"
9. "No Man's Land"
10. "Russia"

© 1991 Atlantic Recording Corporation and WEA International Inc. Produced by Keith Olsen. Engineered by Keith Olsen and Shay Baby. Shadow King: lead vocalist Lou Gramm, bassist Bruce Turgon, guitarist Vivian Campbell and drummer Kevin Valentine. First and only album, the band disbanded after the release of this album and one concert in London. This album is currently out of print.

Lou Gramm (Poor Heart) "A Foreigner In His Own Land (The Early Years)"

A Foreigner In His Own Land (The Early Years) I Wish Today Was Yesterday 1. "Won't Somebody Take Her Home"
2. "Don't You Know Me My Friend"
3. "You Better Know Your Heart"
4. "I Can't Make It Alone"
5. "How Do You Tell Someone"
6. "Society's Child"
7. "I Wish Today Was Yesterday"
8. "My Baby"
9. "Headin' Home"
10. "Watch You Walk Away"

© 1970 Rock N' Roll Time Inc. © 1993 Collectables Records. Produced by Paul Curcio and Jim Alaimo. Engineered by Marty Cohn. Poor Heart: lead vocalists Lou Gramm, Joe Pullaro and Barry Middleton, keyboardist Larry Crozier, bassist Greg Slack, guitarist Al Streber and drummer Terry "Spanky" Haschman. First and only album of the band, after it was finished Poor Heart disbanded and Lou Gramm went on to form Black Sheep, so the material was storaged for 23 years. Although a bootleg record titled "I Wish Today Was Yesterday" could have been released in the eighties, this recording was not officially released until 1993 as "A Foreigner In His Own Land (The Early Years)".

Atlantic Records "Stairway To Heaven"

Stairway To Heaven 1. "Black Dog" (lead vocals by Lou Gramm)
2. "Communication Breakdown" (lead vocals by Sebastian Bach)
3. "Rock And Roll" (lead vocals by Lita Ford)
4. "Stairway To Heaven" (lead vocals by Lou Gramm)
5. "Going To California" (lead vocals by Zakk Wylde)
6. "Heartbreaker" (lead vocals by Lou Gramm)
7. "Immigrant Song" (lead vocals by Sebastian Bach)
8. "The Song Remains The Same" (lead vocals by Tadashi Watanabe)
9. "Whole Lotta Love" (lead vocals by Lita Ford)
10. "Good Times Bad Times" (lead vocals by Zakk Wylde)
11. "Kashmir" (lead vocals by Jeff Pilson)

© 1997 Atlantic Recording Corporation, WEA International Inc. and East West Japan. Produced by Keith Olsen. Engineered by Peter Love. Notable appearances: guitarist Tom Pierce, drummer James Kottak and bassist Jeff Pilson as base band, Lou Gramm, Sebastian Bach, Lita Ford, Zakk Wylde, Tadashi Watanabe and Jeff Pilson as lead vocalists, and Slash, Ricky Phillips and Vivian Campbell as guitarists. One of many tributes to Led Zeppelin, available only in Japan.

Lou Gramm (Poor Heart) "Foreigner In A Strange Land"

Foreigner In A Strange Land 1. "Won't Somebody Take Her Home"
2. "Don't You Know Me My Friend"
3. "You Better Know Your Heart"
4. "I Can't Make It Alone"
5. "How Do You Tell Someone"
6. "Society's Child"
7. "I Wish Today Was Yesterday"
8. "My Baby"
9. "Headin' Home"
10. "Watch You Walk Away"

© 1970 Rock N' Roll Time Inc. © 1999 Magnum. Produced by Paul Curcio and Jim Alaimo. Engineered by Marty Cohn. Poor Heart: lead vocalists Lou Gramm, Joe Pullaro and Barry Middleton, keyboardist Larry Crozier, bassist Greg Slack, guitarist Al Streber and drummer Terry "Spanky" Haschman. First and only album of the band, same as previously released "I Wish Today Was Yesterday" and "A Foreigner In His Own Land (The Early Years)".

Document Credits
Special thanks to Nicholas Kotzer who provided the "I Wish Today Was Yesterday" cover art, Robert Fossella from Foreigner: Rockin' to 103 who provided the "Long Hard Look" and "Shadow King" cover arts.

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