The WestCoast Breeze 6-14-18 Playlist

Rickie Lee Jones-The Real End
Kenny Loggins-Heart to Heart
Jaye P. Morgan-Can’t Hide Love
Ambrosia-Dancin’ by Myself
Stephen Bishop-Vagabond from Heaven
Fleetwood Mac-You Make Loving Fun
Frank Weber-The Old Man
Eric Tagg-Marzipan
Steely Dan-Time Out of Mind
Leon Ware-Why I Came to California
Byrne & Barnes-Never Gonna Stop Lovin’ You
Christopher Cross-Sailing
Steve Kipner-Ending

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The WestCoast Breeze 3-22-18 Playlist

The Frog-We Got Love
Rhythm Heritage-Sail Away with Me
Lee Ritenour-Cross My Heart
The Originals-California Sunset
Average White Band-All Will Be Well
Al Jarreau-Roof Garden
The President-You’re Gonna Like It
Phil Upchurch & Tennyson Stephens-In Common
Frank Weber-The Old Man
Mr. Mister-Kyrie
Space Capone-Naturally
Steve Cropper-Hold Your Fire

The WestCoast Breeze 1-26-17 Playlist

Bill Champlin-Keys To The Kingdom
Homi & Jarvis-Love’s Taking Over
John Stewart-Odin (Spirit Of The Water)
Eddie Rabbitt-Suspicions
Henrik Hansson-Right From Wrong
Tom Powers-Rise And Shine
Loggins & Messina-Be Free
Bill LaBounty-California Turnaround
Climax Blues Band-Summer Rain
Mystic Merlin-Mr. Magician
David Lasley-If I Had My Wish Tonight
Frank Weber-So Many Sides

The WestCoast Breeze 3-31-16 Playlist

Fools Gold-Mr. Lucky
Greg Sonnleitner-Misunderstood
John O’Banion-Body Heat
LeBlanc & Carr-Midnight Light
Late For Breakfast-The Art Of Falling
Don Henley-Sunset Grill
John Hall Band-Crazy (Fallin’ In Love)
Jeffrey Osborne-I Really Don’t Need No Light
Tom Scott-Give Me Your Love
Larry John McNally-Sleep On It
Michael Ruff-More Than You’ll Ever Know
Frank Weber-Complicated Times

The WestCoast Breeze 6-11-15 Playlist

Beach Boys-Funky Pretty
Frank Weber-The Old Man
Ned Doheny-Think Like A Lover
Stephen Bishop-Vagabond From Heaven
Bruce Hibbard-Calling
Toto-Make Believe
Mandoo-Summer Breezin’
Melissa Manchester-Monkey See Monkey Do
Marilyn Scott-First Time
Brian Wilson (featuring Al Jardine & David Marks)-The Right Time
Boz Scaggs-Whatcha Gonna Tell Your Man
Sergio Mendes-Alibis
America-Are You There
Beach Boys-Surf’s Up

Frank Weber – The Old Man

Steely Dan loomed large over Westcoast music in the 70s and early 80s. Not many could come close to replicating that sound and few tried. New York singer/songwriter/ pianist Frank Weber gave it a good try in 1980. The Old Man from the 2nd LP, Frank Weber, is an homage to his father over a jazzy melancholy vibe played with precision by the fusion players of the day. Frank disappeared from music not long after this LP and not much is known about him, adding mystery to his music.