The Appletree Theatre "Playback"
Back in 1967, Terence Boylan (before the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt era among others...) worked with his brother John Boylan and with great Jazz musicians Larry Coryell and Eric Gale, he founded the project The Appletree Theatre with an experimental album released the same year: "Playback" (Verve Forecast). This concept album features two nice songs "Hightower Square" and "I Wonder If Louise Is Home". Some weeks ago, Terence has just rereleased "Playback" for the first time ever on his own label Spinnaker Records with two different frontcovers for the CD (for Europe and North America).
Terence Boylan "Suzy"
In addition, after the reissue of the self-titled album "Terence Boylan" (1977) on Wounde Bird in 2007, a great westcoast music LP (feat. Don Henley, Donald Fagen, Timothy B. Schmidt, Steve Lukather, Victor Feldman...), the same label Wounded Bird will rerelease "Suzy" January 8, 2008 which is the third Terence Boylan solo album back in 1980 (originally on Asylum Records). On this LP, we must mention the incredible list of musicians: Jeff Baxter, Larry Carlton, Jay Graydon, Don Felder, Mike Porcaro, Jay Winding, Michael Omartian, Russ Kunkel, Victor Feldman, Timothy B. Schmit, Don Henley... Some lovely tunes on it: "Shake Your Fiorucci", "Dump It In The River" and "$50 an Hour". Don't miss it!