WITHOUT WARNING

Release Date: 1983

PolyGram

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Track List

  1. Only You
  2. First Time
  3. Where Is The Key
  4. You Can Do It
  5. Say Goodbye
  6. 10×10
  7. If You Let Me Love You
  8. This Side Of The Rainbow
  9. Hold On
  10. I’ll Be Loving You

Credits

Produced by Michael Sembello @ The Bossa Nova Hotel
Bass – Jimmy Haslip, Dean Cortez Don Barrett, Michael Sembello, Nathan East, Bass
Keys – Russell Ferrante, Danny Sembello, Jimmy Haslip, Ian Underwood, Chris Page, Craig Harris
Guitar – Michael Sembello, Robben Ford, Tom Fowle
Drums – Art Rodriquez, John Robinson, Ricky Lawsen
James Stroud, Synth Drums
Percussion -Frank Marsico, Paulino Da Costa
Horns – Tower of Power Horns, Steve Kupka, Emilio Castillo, Lenny Picket, Mick Gillette, Greg Adams
Background Vocals – Cruz Sembello, Pepper Watkins, Sheree Brown, Michael Sembello, Marilyn Scott
Only You – Marilyn Scott, Michael Sembello, Danny Sembello
First Time – David Batteau, Michael Sembello, Don Freeman
Where Is The Key – Russell Ferrante, Marilyn Scott, Jimmy Haslip
You Can Do It – Russell Ferrante, Marilyn Scott
Say Goodbye – Russell Ferrante Marilyn Scott
10×10 – Jimmy Haslip, Marilyn Scott
If You Let Me Love You – Marilyn Scott, Russell Ferrante
This Side Of The Rainbow – Russell Ferrante
Hold On – Don Freeman, David Batteau
I’ll Be Loving You – Russell Ferrante

About Without Warning

I met Michael when he was with Stevie Wonder. He was a guy who had so much talent, he could play every instrument and he had them all in his studio. He and his brother Danny would work out by the pool in the mornings, drink protein drinks all day and we always went through a pound of coffee every other day. Both were complete freaks about R&B music and their writing was on fire. During this time Michael had made “Maniac” for the movie Dirty Dancing and Danny had “Neutron Dance” for the Pointer Sisters. Michael was a wonderful man to work with and he taught me so many things. We made our first video, “10×10”. We had such a great time doing it. Check out Demi Moore on the bus and the definitive MC Gainey as the teacher. Classic!