BRUCE ROBERTS (Elektra, 1977)
I Don't Break Easily
I Don't Wanna Go
I'd Rather Be Alone
Me And My Love
The Car Song
Steal Away Again
I'm Coming Home Again
Musicians include: Bruce Roberts, Steve Cropper, Ron Carter, Grady Tate, Tommy Vig, David Foster, Connie Stevens, Bobbye
Hall. Jim Cregan, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Bob Glaub. Brooks Hunnicutt, John Jarvis, Jeff Porcaro, Ray Parker, Jr., Mike
Porcaro, Fred Tackett & Ian Underwood.
COOL FOOL (Elektra, 1980)
With All My Love With All Of My Heart
All Through The Night
The Guys You Dance With
No Other Love
Heart Be Steady
Light In The Window
Musicians include: Bruce Roberts, Neil Stubenhaus, Larry Byrom, Ed Greene, Paulinho Da Costa, Luther Vandross, David Lasley,
Arnold McCuller, Ula Hedwig, Gary Herbig, Jerry Hey, David Foster, Randy McCormick, Stephanie Spruill, Gene Page, Leland Sklar,
James Stroud, Mark Sprangler, Tom Vig, Ian Underwood, Julia Water, Maxime Waters, David Campbell, Tom Rhode, Larry Meredith,
Bruce Sudano, Joe Esposito, Eddie Hokenson, Richei Furay & Snuffy Walden.
INTIMACY (Atlantic, 1995)
Let Me Steal Your Heart
When Love Goes
My One Joy
When The Money's Gone
Raise The Population
All Through The Night
The Man Who Loves You
Musicians include: Bruce Roberts, Elton John, Luther Vandross, Brenda Russell, James Ingram, David Foster, James Newton
Howard, T-Bone Walker, k.d. Lang, All-4-One.
WHENEVER THERE IS LOVE (Universal, 1996)
Theme from "Daylight" (Duet with Donna Summer)
Released as CD single & 12" (remixed by Junior Vasquez)
"I Don't Break Easily" was recorded by Barbra Streisand for her 1978 SONGBIRD album. It can also be found on her MEMORIES
Dusty Springfield's version of "I'm Coming Home Again" appeared on her 1979 LIVING WITHOUT YOUR LOVE album.
"All Through The Night" was originally recorded by Donna Summer for her chart-topping 1979 BAD GIRLS album.
Naomi Campbell was a total surprise, and not only for shaving her leg on the cover! Her album included "Picnic In The
Rain" and a lovely, R&B/gospel flavored version of "All Through The Night".
"When The Money's Gone" was chosen as the closing track for LIVING PROOF, Cher's underrated 2002 album.