Time Starts Now...A 4-CD boxed set,
released by Rhino France Records, featuring 70
remastered tracks tracing the solo career of Bill LaBounty,
covering virtually the entirety of his solo albums. Also
included are 18 unreleased demos, 5 songs from Bill's debut
album "Promised Love" never released on CD (and remastered in 2011) plus a 16-page booklet with annotations of
each title by Bill LaBounty.
* Featuring: James Taylor, Larry
Carlton, Jeff Porcaro, Willie Weeks, Steve Lukather, Lenny
Castro, Robbie Dupree, Patti Austin, Jennifer Warnes, Steve
To Your Star...Bill
LaBounty has released his latest album "Back To Your
Star", which features some of his favorite Nashville
studio players such as Danny Parks & David Hungate,
and featuring some of Bill's favorite Los Angeles
artists and players - Larry Carlton and Robbie DuPree. The
album will be available all over the world. Japanese
will have the advanced edition with the acoustic version
of himself and Larry Carlton performing "Livin' It Up"
only for Japan.
To Your Star
The Wheels Are Coming Off
Chill Pill Records (USA), T.a.c.s Records (Japan) Release Date: June (USA, Europe), May 27, 2009
(Japan) Producers: Danny Parks and Bill LaBounty Mixed By: Bob Bullock Bill LaBounty: Lead & Background Vocals, Electric
Musicians Bass: David Hungate, Michael Rhodes Guitars: Danny Parks. Larry Carlton, Steve Wariner Drums: Brian Fullen, Tommy Wells Electric Piano and Synth: Bill LaBounty Acoustic Piano: Gordon Mote Sax: Sam Levine Blues Harp, Harmonica: Robbie Dupree Background Vocals: Robbie Dupree, Suzanne Young,
Thom Flora, Steve Wariner
US and Europe
Release - June 15th
First 100 Orders will receive an autographed CD
and a Special Edition poster
featuring the musicians who played on "Back To
Release - May 28th
Includes exclusive acoustic bonus track of "Livin
It Up" performed by Bill with Larry Carlton
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This Night Won't Last Forever
Rain In My Life
The Right Direction
The Best Of Bill LaBounty
The following recordings are in various stages of
completion, either for Bill's new album, or for the
projects of other artists and friends. Listen to some of these and, if the spirit moves you,
e-mail Bill and tell
him what you think.
If you'd like to download a Free MP3 copy of any
of these songs, look below.
Title and select "Save Target As"
Hold down CTRL
key, then select title