Lifeline (Pablo Cruise album)
|Studio album by|
|Recorded||The Sound Factory, Los Angeles|
|Pablo Cruise chronology|
|Christgau's Record Guide||C–|
Lifeline is the second album by the California soft rock group Pablo Cruise. Released in 1976, the album was slightly more successful than the previous, but still only reached #139 on the United States charts. In 1977, Barbra Streisand recorded "Don't Believe It" with mostly different lyrics for her album Superman.
- "Crystal" (Jenkins, Lerios) - 3:42 (lead singer: Bud Cockrell)
- "Don't Believe It" (Ron Nagle) - 3:15 (lead singer: David Jenkins)
- "Tearin' Down My Mind" (Eugene Autry) - 3:58 (lead singer: Bud Cockrell)
- "(I Think) It's Finally Over" (Jenkins, Lerios) - 3:13 (lead singers: David Jenkins, Bud Cockrell)
- "Lifeline" (Ron Nagle) - 3:36 (lead singers: David Jenkins, Bud Cockrell)
- "Zero To Sixty In Five" (Jenkins, Lerios) - 5:01 (instrumental)
- "Look To The Sky" (Cockrell) - 3:03 (lead singer: Bud Cockrell)
- "Never See That Girl Enough" (Jenkins) - 3:28 (lead singer: David Jenkins)
- "Who Knows" (Cockrell) - 3:38 (lead singer: Bud Cockrell)
- "Good Ship Pablo Cruise" (Jenkins, Lerios, Price) - 3:28 (lead singer: David Jenkins)
- David Jenkins: Guitars, Harmonica, vocals, bass on "Who Knows"
- Steve Price: percussion, drums
- Bud Cockrell: Bass, Vocals
- Cory Lerios: Piano, keyboards, Synthesizer, backing vocals
- Geoffrey Palmer, Steve Frediani: Saxophone
- Andrew Gold: Electric guitar, Background vocals, Tambourine on "Lifeline"
- Don Francisco, Venetta Fields: background vocals
- Dan Levitt: guitar harmonies on "Zero to Sixty in Five"
- Dan Dugmore: pedal steel guitar on "Look to the Sky"
- Val Garay: Producer, Engineer
- Greg Ladanyi, Steve Maslow: assistant engineers
- Doug Sax: mastering
- Norman Seeff: photography
- Roland Young: art direction
- Junie Osaki: design
- Christgau, Robert (1981). "Consumer Guide '70s: P". Christgau's Record Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventies. Ticknor & Fields. ISBN 089919026X. Retrieved March 10, 2019 – via robertchristgau.com.
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