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|APS-007||Tim Malchak||Restless Angel (7", Single)||Alpine Records||APS-007||US||1987|
|APS-007||Tim Malchak||Restless Angel (7", Single, Promo)||Alpine Records||APS-007||US||1987|
Tim Malchak is an American country music singer-songwriter. His second Top 40 single, the self-penned, "Restless Angel" followed as part of his next album,
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Tim Malchak - A Retrospective The Nashville Years. In the nineteen eighties, Tim Malchak was hailed as the most successful independent artist of the decade. With songs that cracked the Top 40 in Billboard's Hot Country Charts like "Colorado Moon" and "Restless Angel" Tim established himself as a gifted and talented, award winning singer/songwriter.
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A veteran of 40 years in the music business. Singer/Songwriter, and former MCA/Universal recording artist, Tim Malchak has persevered through many victories and failures. Many of those experiences shine through in his music. Tim has released 18 CD’s, the last 11 being in the Christian music genre. Songs like his self-penned Colorado Moon and Restless Angel helped to establish him as a gifted and influential singer/songwriter. Later, in 1987 he was honored once again by Billboard Magazine as one of the Top Ten New Country Artists of that year. All while on an independent record label, Alpine Records. Morning Hour of Praise Tim Malchak. That First Christmas Night Tim Malchak. A Retrospective: The Nashville Years Tim Malchak.
Booth and the Bad Angel is a studio album by Booth and the Bad Angel, a collaborative project between Angelo Badalamenti and Tim Booth. It was released in 1996. It peaked at number 35 on the UK Albums Chart. All tracks written by Angelo Badalamenti and Tim Booth. Tim Booth – vocals, words. Angelo Badalamenti – keyboards, vocals (on 6 and 9). Bernard Butler – guitar (on 1, 3, 6, 7, 9 and 10), percussion (on 1), piano (on 5 and 10), bass guitar (on 10).
I'm No Angel is the fourth studio album by Gregg Allman, released on Epic Records in 1987. The album is particularly notable for the strength of its title song, which was later covered by others, including Cher, Gregg Allman's former wife. Three singles were released from the album, in 1987. The title track, "I'm No Angel", peaked at Number 49 on the Billboard Hot 100, but reached Number 1 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks.
Malchak remained with Alpine, and his self-penned solo debut single "Easy Does It" made the Top 70 in 1987. The following year, he hit the Top 40 twice with the original "Colorado Moon" (the title cut of his first album) and "Restless Angel. Malchak had two Top 50 hits in 1988 before switching to Universal just after releasing his second album, American Man. The following year he released a very similar album, Different Circles, and had two minor hits with "Not Like This" and "If You Had a Heart.