David Johansen (album)
|Studio album by David Johansen|
|Studio||The Record Plant, New York|
|Label||Blue Sky Records
Razor & Tie
|Producer||Richard Robinson, David Johansen|
|David Johansen chronology|
|Christgau's Record Guide||A–|
David Johansen is a 1978 album by the rock musician David Johansen and his first solo album following his tenure as lead singer of the New York Dolls. The album was released on Blue Sky Records, a sub-label of Columbia Records that was associated with Johnny and Edgar Winter. David Johansen also features fellow New York Doll guitarist Sylvain Sylvain, who was a member of the David Johansen Band at that time. Sylvain co-wrote four of the songs with Johansen. The single from the album was Johansen and Sylvain's "Funky But Chic", backed with "The Rope (The Let Go Song)", which has been included as a bonus track on the CD. David Johansen was voted the tenth best record of 1978 in the Pazz & Jop, an annual poll of American critics published by The Village Voice.
- "Funky But Chic"
- "Pain in My Heart" (Johansen)
- "Not That Much" (Johansen, Buz Verno)
- "Donna" (Johansen)
- "Cool Metro"
- "I'm a Lover" (Johansen, Johnny Ráo, Thomas Trask, Buz Verno)
- "Lonely Tenement" (Johansen)
- "The Rope (The Let Go Song)" (Johansen)
- Cassette David Johansen Razor & Tie 1992
- CD David Johansen Razor & Tie 1992
- Cassette David Johansen [Bonus Track] Caroline Distribution 1992
- CD David Johansen American Beat Records 2008
- CD David Johansen Culture Factory 2012
- CD David Johansen Razor & Tie
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