Back to the World (Dennis DeYoung album)
|Back to the World|
|Studio album by Dennis DeYoung|
|Recorded||Pumpkin Studios in Oak Lawn, IL|
|Dennis DeYoung chronology|
Back to the World is the second solo album from Dennis DeYoung. It was released in 1986 by A&M Records. It reached #108 on The Billboard 200 Charts. "Call Me" reached #5 on the Adult Contemporary Chart.
The song "This is the Time" was part of the soundtrack in the movie Karate Kid II.
All songs written by Dennis DeYoung:
- "This is the Time" – 3:56
- "Warning Shot" – 4:27
- "Call Me" – 4:49
- "Unanswered Prayers" – 6:38
- "Black Wall" – 5:53
- "Southbound Ryan" – 4:43
- "I'll Get Lucky" – 4:43
- "Person to Person" – 4:57
- Dennis DeYoung: keyboards, lead vocals, percussion
- Tom Dziallo: guitars, bass, drums on "Call Me," "Warning Shot," and "Unanswered Prayers"
- C.J. Vanston: keyboards, keyboard programming
- Wayne Stewart: drums
- Steve Eisen: saxophone, congas, flute solo
- Marc Colby: saxophone solos on "Call Me" and "Unanswered Prayers"
- Tony Brown: bass on "I'll Get Lucky"
- Howard Levy: harmonica
- Gary Loizzo
- Tom Griffin
- Pat Hurley Rans
- Sandy Caulfield
- Tere Davenport
- Tony Ransom
- Dawn Feusi
- Vince Gutman: drum programming on MX-1 and MX-MIXI
- George Leemon: keyboard technician and Keeper of the Books
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