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Lex Marchesi

Lex Marchesi was a lead guitarist and vocalist in Fotomaker, and he sounds like a variation of Paul McCartney. Some highlights of his wonderful voice are Can I please Have Some More, and Where Have You Been All My Life. Fotomaker was definitely given too little credit- these guys really rock!

Forgotten 70s Gloss Pop. Thank YOU!

The 70s gets a bad rap for music and many would say it's because of bands like Fotomaker that don't even rate a mention in The Rolling Stone Record Guide. Fotomaker excelled at a kind of pop that was as glossy as the notoriously made up child on the debut album's cover. Their best cuts, however, rock a little harder like "Name of the Game" (by far their best song) and "Say the Same for You." While ballads like the modest hit, "If I Can't Believe in You," are fine examples of music that didn't get much play then, deeper cuts like "Snowblind" and "Does She Dance" are more rewarding. Bring on the entire catalog including "Vis-A-Vis" and its "ugly jester" cover! Bravo, iTunes.

At Least Two All-Time Pop Classics Here

"Where Have you Been All My Life" is one of the great pop songs of the 1970s -- as good as a good Raspberries song (it, of course, features Wally Bryson, who was previously in the Raspberries). "Miles Away" is another all-time keeper. Fotomaker can sleep well, knowing that they have added at least these two numbers to the sum of human happiness.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s

Sometimes referred to as power pop's first supergroup, Fotomaker was founded by former Rascals members Gene Cornish (bass) and Dino Danelli (drums), who had played together in a previous post-Rascals band called Bulldog. The two contacted ex-Raspberries guitarist Wally Bryson, then playing in his native Cleveland with a band called Tattoo. Bryson agreed to join them in Long Island, and the Fotomaker lineup was subsequently completed with guitarist Lex Marchesi and keyboardist Frankie Vinci (lead...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop, Pop/Rock
  • Released: Dec 05, 1995

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