Marty Balin – What Love Is (Melodic Rock- Aor)


Marty Balin - What Love Is (Melodic Rock- Aor)
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    Marty Balin - What Love Is from the album Lucky 1983
    
    
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    1. Can anybody answer – who wrote this? Cobra (hard rock band with Jimi Jamison) has a version of this song on their only album – came out same year. Who's covering who?

    2. On this day in 1983 {April 2nd} Marty Balin performed "What Love Is" on the Dick Clark ABC-TV Saturday-afternoon program, 'American Bandstand'…
      The week before it was at #99 on Billboard's Top 100 chart, that was also it's sixth and and last week on the chart, three weeks earlier it had peak at #63 {for 2 weeks}…
      Besides "What Is Love", the Cincinnati, Ohio native, as a solo artist, had two other Top 100 records, "Hearts" {#8 in 1981} and "Atlanta Lady" {#27, also in 1981}…
      Marty Balin, born Martyn Jerel Buchwald, celebrated his 76th birthday three months ago on January 30th {2018}…

    3. There's a 2-album-on-1-CD compilation featuring "Lucky" and his 1981 album "Balin" but I don't think it's available by itself. Check amazon and ebay.

    4. Marty Balin always looked like the epitome of "cool" on his album covers. I have been looking for this album, in any format, for years. Has it ever been available on CD?