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Richard Marx Albums: Richard Marx, Repeat Offender, Rush Street, Flesh and Bone, Days in Avalon, Duo, My Own Best Enemy, Paid Vacation Books LLC

Richard Marx Albums: Richard Marx, Repeat Offender, Rush Street, Flesh and Bone, Days in Avalon, Duo, My Own Best Enemy, Paid Vacation

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Published May 4th 2010
ISBN : 9781155486772
Paperback
72 pages
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Commentary (music and lyrics not included). Chapters: Richard Marx, Repeat Offender, Rush Street, Flesh and Bone, Days in Avalon, Duo, My Own Best Enemy, Paid Vacation, Emotional Remains, Sundown, Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band Live 2006,MoreCommentary (music and lyrics not included). Chapters: Richard Marx, Repeat Offender, Rush Street, Flesh and Bone, Days in Avalon, Duo, My Own Best Enemy, Paid Vacation, Emotional Remains, Sundown, Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band Live 2006, Greatest Hits, the Music of Richard Marx: 1987-2009, Ballads, the Best of Richard Marx, Timeline, Live in Usa 1988/92, Live Music Hall Koln 1992, Channel V at the Hard Rock Live. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 70. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Richard Marx is the eponymous debut album by singer/songwriter Richard Marx. Released in 1987, Marx became the first solo artist in recording history to reach the top three of the Billboard Hot 100 with four singles from a debut album, including his first number one Pop single Hold On to the Nights in mid-1988. The albums first single Dont Mean Nothing charted at number one on Billboards Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart in 1987. In his early 20s, Richard Marx had started his music career in Los Angeles as a background singer and songwriter for other artists. Marx was determined to become a solo artist, stating that I didnt want to give my best songs away. Shouldve Known Better, for instance, was written three years ago, and whenever Id play it for an artist Id get a real good response. It was the song I couldve placed the easiest, but I knew that I should be the one to do it. When the deal with Manhattan Records came through early in 86, I put everything else on hold - I saw this album as a challenge to show what I could really do. Marxs relationship with the label was positive, with Marx stating that Manhattan Records was behind my writing and my voice... thats all they needed. I wasnt told to go into the studio and write hits- I was told to make an album I believed in. Through trial ...http: //booksllc.net/?id=8135942