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HEAD EAST (Self-titled)

   

TRACKS

 
    Open Up The Door  (Huston)
Man I Wanna Be  (Somerville)    
Nothing To Lose  (Birney)
Since you Been Gone  (Russ Ballard)    
Pictures  (Huston)
Get Up And Enjoy Yourself  (Schlitt)    
I'm Feelin' Fine  (Boyd)
Dance Away Lover  (Schlitt)
Elijah  (Charles Sabatino)
 
  Released: 1978 - A&M Records
Chart: #78 (Billboard's Pop Album Chart)
Formats: LP, 8-Track, Cassette

Re-issued: 2005 - A&M Records
as Head East / Gettin' Lucky (2 LPS on 1 CD)
Formats: CD, Digital Download
Roger Boyd - Keyboards & Vocals
Steve Huston - Drums & Vocals
Dan Birney - Bass Guitar & Vocals
Mike Somerville - Guitar & Vocals
John Schlitt - Vocals
   
* Head East (self-titled) is out of print in 8-track, LP, and cassette formats but new & used copies can be purchased though many online retail music sites. Digital downloads of Head East / Gettin' Lucky (2LPs on 1 CD) can be made through the sites linked below.


   
 
 
  Head East's self-titled album is often referred to as the Road Sign Album, Double Arrow, or simply Arrows. It's the band's highest charting studio album and Since You Been Gone (written by Russ Ballard formerly of Argent) is their highest charting single on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. Since You Been Gone, Get Up And Enjoy Yourself, and Elijah are all fan favorites and are highlights of any Head East concert.