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Nielsen/Pearson is an American adult contemporary/soft rock duo — Reed Nielsen and Mark Pearson — that recorded three albums between 1978 and '83. Their single "If You Should Sail" reached #38 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1980, and they reached #56 the following year with a cover version of Frankie Valli's "The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore)."


  1. "Home"
  2. "Wasn't That the Love"
  3. "Whatever I Have to Be"
  4. "Pack Up Your Goodbyes"
  5. "Down the River"
  6. "I Need a Song"
  7. "Once in Love"
  8. "For All Time"
  9. "On the Spot"
  10. "Best Times"

Musicians: Reed Nielsen, Mark Pearson, John Scott Bowen, Marc Jordan, Steve Boutte, Lenny Pickett, Norton Buffalo, Faragher Brothers.

  1. "Two Lonely Nights"
  2. "Don't Let Me Go"
  3. "Love Me Tonight"
  4. "Annie"
  5. "If You Should Sail"
  6. "It Could Be Trouble"
  7. "Givin' Your Love to Me"
  8. "Don't Forget"
  9. "Hurt No More"

Musicians: Reed Nielsen, Mark Pearson, Tom Scott, Peter Wolf, Richard Landis, Maxine Waters, Julia Waters, Stephanie Spruill, Icarus Johnson, David Foster, Victor Feldman, Jon Joyce, Jim Hass, Stan Farber, Tim May, John Scott Bowen, Jai Winding, Chuck Findley.

  • Blind Luck (Capitol, 1983; the duo is credited on the album's cover as "Reed Nielsen/Mark Pearson")
  1. "Hasty Heart"
  2. "Sentimental"
  3. "Too Good to Last"
  4. "Break Nobody's Heart"
  5. "I Hear You Breathing"
  6. "Lauralei"
  7. "Expectations"
  8. "Fadeaway"
  9. "Got Me Where You Want Me"
  10. "Carrie"

Musicians: Reed Nielsen, Mark Pearson, Carlos Vega, Neil Stubenhaus, Robbie Buchanan, Jai Winding, John Bowen, Richard Landis, Ian Underwood, Steve Lukather, Michael Landau, Charles Johnson, Lenny Castro, Victor Feldman, Steve Foreman, Jon Joyce, Jim Hass, Joe Chemay.

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