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The Law: Same

On March 19, 1991, “Atlantic” label released the self-titled, debut, and the only Law (The) album. It was recorded in 1991, and was produced by Chris Kimsey, Ahmet Ertegün, Paul Rodgers, Howard Albert, Ron Albert, Kenney Jones and Shane Keister.


  • Paul Rodgers – lead vocals, guitars, piano
  • Jim Barber – lead guitar
  • Kenney Jones – drums
  • David Gilmour – guitar
  • Chris Rea – guitar
  • Bryan Adams – guitar
  • Mike Hehir – guitars
  • John Astley, Steve Pigott – keyboards, programming
  • Albhy Galuten – synthesizer
  • George Hawkins – bass
  • Tom Pool – drums
  • Joe Lala – percussion
  • The Memphis Horns – horns
  • John Jones – programming
  • Christopher Marc Potter – engineer, mixing 
  • Alex Sadkin – engineer
  • Ahmet Ertegün, Shane Keister – mixing
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering

Track listing:

  1. For a Little Ride – Mark Mangold, Benny Mardones
  2. Miss You in a Heartbeat – Phil Collen
  3. Stone Cold – Tamara Champlin
  4. Come Save Me (Julianne) – Charlie Black, Cliff Downs, Austin Roberts
  5. Laying Down the Law – Paul Rodgers
  6. Nature of the Beast – Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance
  7. Stone – Chris Rea
  8. Anything for You – Steve Diamond, Eric McCusker
  9. Best of My Love – Jerry Lynn Williams
  10. Tough Love – Paul Rodgers
  11. Missing You Bad Girl – Paul Rodgers

In December 1981.

In December 1981, “Capitol” label released “Small Change”, the fifth Prism studio album. It was record in 1981, and was produced by John S. Carter.


  • Henry Small – lead vocals
  • Lindsay Mitchell – guitar
  • Rocket Norton – drums
  • Al Harlow – bass guitar
  • Jimmy Phillips – keyboards
  • Randy Hansen – guitar
  • Norton Buffalo – harmonica
  • Alvin Taylor – drums, percussion
  • Reggie McBride – bass guitar
  • Don Francisco – backing vocals
  • Shirley Matthews – backing vocals
  • Paulette Brown – backing vocals
  • Cleopatra Kennedy – backing vocals
  • Warren Dewey – engineer
  • Roy Kohara – art direction
  • James O’Mara – photography

Track listing:

  1. Don’t Let Him Know – Bryan Adams, James Vallance
  2. Turn on Your Radar – Morgan Walker
  3. Hole in Paradise – Henry Small, Lindsay Mitchell
  4. Rain – David Sigerson, Ned Albright, Odette Springer
  5. When Will I See You Again – Henry Small
  6. Heart and Soul – Bruce Turgon
  7. Stay – Bryan Adams, James Vallance
  8. When Love Goes Wrong (You’re Not Alone) – Henry Small
  9. In the Jailhouse Now – Jimmy Rodgers
  10. Wings of Your Love – Henry Small

On August 15, 2012.

On August 15, 2012, Bob Birch died aged 56. He was singer and musician (bass, bassoon, and saxophone), a member of Warpipes. He recorded and performed with Elton John, The Doobie Brothers, Bryan Adams, Lionel Richie, Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Phil Collins, Keith Emerson, Joseph Williams, Jose Feliciano, and Edgar Winter.

On April 13, 2009.

On April 13, 2009, “BBC Radio 2” announced the results of the research for the most played song in public places in UK,  in the last 75 years. The results were as following:

  1. Procol Harum – A Whiter Shade Of Pale
  2. Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody
  3. Everly Brothers – All I Have To Do Is Dream
  4. Wet Wet Wet – Love Is All Around
  5. Bryan Adams – (Everything I Do) I Do It For You

On January 18, 1983.

On January 18, 1983, “A&M” label released “Cuts Like a Knife”, the third Bryan Adams studio album. It was recorded August – October 1982, at “Little Mountain Sound” in  Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and was produced by Bob Clearmountain and Bryan Adams.


  • Bryan Adams– vocals, guitars, piano
  • Keith Scott– guitars, backing vocals
  • Tommy Mandel– organ, B-3 organ, synthesizers, piano
  • Dave Taylor– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Mickey Curry– drums
  • Jim Vallance– percussion, electric piano
  • Bruce Allen(credited as “B.A.”) – backing vocals
  • Alfa Anderson – backing vocals
  • Bob Clearmountain (credited as “B.C.”), Davies, L. Frenette, Lou Gramm, M. Simpson – backing vocals
  • Jim Wesley – backing vocals
  • James O’Mara – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance except where noted.

  1. The Only One
  2. Take Me Back
  3. This Time
  4. Straight from the Heart – Bryan Adams, Eric Kagna
  5. Cuts Like a Knife
  6. I’m Ready
  7. What’s It Gonna Be
  8. Don’t Leave Me Lonely – Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance, Eric Carr
  9. Let Him Know
  10. The Best Was Yet to Come

In May 1983.

In May 1983, “Bronze” label released “Head First”, the 15th Uriah Heep studio album. It was recorded January-March 1983, at “the Manor Studio” in Oxfordshire, “The Roundhouse” in London, and was produced by Ashley Howe.


  • Mick Box– vocals, guitars
  • Peter Goalby- vocals
  • John Sinclair– vocals, keyboards, synthesizer
  • Bob Daisley- bass
  • Lee Kerslake – vocals, drums, percussion
  • Frank Ricotti- percussion

Track listing:

  1. The Other Side of Midnight – Mick Box, Bob Daisley, Peter Goalby, Lee Kerslake, John Sinclair
  2. Stay on Top – Tom Jackson
  3. Lonely Nights – Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance
  4. Sweet Talk – Mick Box, Bob Daisley, Peter Goalby, John Sinclair, Lee Kerslake, Linda Sinclair
  5. Love is Blind – Richie Zito, Joey Carbone
  6. Roll-Overture – Mick Box, Bob Daisley, Peter Goalby, John Sinclair
  7. Red Lights- Mick Box, Bob Daisley, Peter Goalby, John Sinclair
  8. Rollin’ the Rock – Mick Box, Bob Daisley, Peter Goalby, John Sinclair
  9. Straight Through the Heart – Mick Box, Bob Daisley, Peter Goalby, John Sinclair, Lee Kerslake
  10. Weekend Warriors – Mick Box, Bob Daisley, Peter Goalby, John Sinclair, Lee Kerslake


Michael Kamen

On November 18, 2003, Michael Kamen died aged 55. He was composer and orchestral arranger, has worked with many famous musicians and bands including Pink Floyd, Roger Daltrey, Tom Petty, David Bowie, Eurythmics, Eric Clapton, Rush, Metallica, Herbie Hancock, The Cranberries, Bryan Adams, Jim Croce, Aerosmith, Sting, Queen and Kate Bush.