Worlds Away is the fourth and most successful album by the California soft rock group Pablo Cruise. The album charted higher than any other of the band’s albums, reaching #6 in the United States. Three singles were released from the album: “Love Will Find a Way”, “Don’t Want to Live Without It” and “I Go to Rio”, reaching #6, #21, and #46 respectively. The title track, “Worlds Away” was not released as a single, but remains a favorite among many fans of the band today.
Before the album was recorded, original bassist Bud Cockrell left the band and was replaced by Bruce Day.
“Worlds Away” – 3:45 “Love Will Find a Way” – 4:11 “Family Man” – 4:58 “Runnin'” – 6:30 “Don’t Want to Live Without It” – 4:37 “You’re Out to Lose” – 3:28 “Always Be Together” – 5:01 “Sailing to Paradise” – 3:26 “I Go to Rio” – 3:59 “Love Will Find a Way” – 3:34 (Single Edit) “Don’t Want to Live Without It” – 5:20 (Extended)
David Jenkins: guitars, vocals Steve Price: percussion, drums Bruce Day: Bass, Vocals Cory Lerios: Piano, Keyboards, synthesizers, backing vocals, programming Steve Porcaro: synthesizers, programming James Newton Howard: synthesizers, programming Mike Porcaro: bass
A Place in the Sun is the third album by the California soft rock group Pablo Cruise, released February 1977. The album marked an entrance into the mainstream for the band, and the first single from the album, “Whatcha Gonna Do?” reached number 6 on the Pop Singles charts. The title track, “A Place in the Sun” was the second and less successful single on the album, reaching number 42, but remains the favorite among many fans of the band today. The track “Raging Fire” was released as the B-side of “I Go to Rio” in 1978. This was the group’s last album with original bassist Bud Cockrell, who left the band after its release.
“A Place in the Sun” 4:44 “Whatcha Gonna Do?” 4:17 “Raging Fire” 4:41 “I Just Wanna Believe” 4:15 “Tonight My Love” 3:53 “Can’t You Hear the Music?” 4:07 “Never Had a Love” 5:08 “Atlanta June” 4:08 “El Verano” 4:40
David Jenkins – guitars, lead vocals Steve Price – percussion, drums Bud Cockrell – bass, lead vocals Cory Lerios – piano, keyboards, backing vocals
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