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  1. Richard Marx is the debut studio album by singer/songwriter and record producer/arranger, Richard Marx, released in June Richard became the first male solo artist (and second solo artist overall - the first being Whitney Houston) in recording history to reach the top three of the Billboard Hot with four singles from a debut album, including his first number one Pop single "Hold On.
  2. RICHARD MARX Vinyl Records and CDs: Arena rock/'80s pop balladeer of the tallest order, Richard Marx spent the lion's share of the s reducing teenage girls to puddles with his bombastic love songs and soap-star good looks. As his fan base grew up, Marx revamped his sound, softened the edges and continued to aim for the sentimentalist in.
  3. Aug 07,  · “Don’t Mean Nothing,” Richard Marx, Eighties ballad king Richard Marx is a huge Eagles fan and thought “Don’t Mean Nothing” could have landed on The Long Run if he was born a decade earlier. He’s got a point: That guitar riff nods to “Life in the Fast Lane,” and the swagger recalls both “In the City” and.
  4. Official Richard Marx Merchandise & Vinyl. 9 products. Filters. Sort. 9 products. 9; On Sale 9; Categories. CDs 9; Sizes. Price. $0 $+ Availability. In Stock 2; Out of Stock 7; Sort By: ON SALE + Quick Add. Richard Marx. Richard Marx GREATEST HITS CD. $ $ In Stock. ON SALE. Sign up for waitlist.
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  7. ARTIST: Marx, Richard ALBUM: Richard Marx LABEL: EMI/Manhattan SERIAL: 7 2 YEAR: COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: LINEUP: Richard Marx - vocals, keyboards, drums Guest Musicians: Guitars - Mike Landau, Joe Walsh, Bruce Gaitsch * Bass - John Pierce, Nathan East, Patrick O Hearn, Joe Chemay * Drums - Prairie Prince, John Keane, Tris Imboden * Keyboards - Tom Keane, Rhett .
  8. Richard Marx's self-titled debut album was a finely crafted record of mainstream pop/rock. Marx understood how the melodies of up-tempo rockers like "Don't Mean Nothin'" are driven by thick power chords, and how arrangements are as important as melody in ballads like "Hold On to the Nights." Filled with carefully constructed radio-ready tracks, it was no surprise that the album became a huge hit.

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