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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.


Fotomaker is one of the first Power Pop rock groups of the 80's - They somehow slipped through the cracks. Maybe because MTV wasn't born yet or not enough push at the record label, but this band was a front runner in POP Music . Their high energy live performance along with their strong Pop songs gave a sparkle to this band. Songs that never got the chance to be heard. Songs like "MILES AWAY" were shy of becoming huge Mega hits. The song got as high as TOP 60 BILLBOARD CHARTS . Keyboardist and one of the lead vocalist for the band, Frankie Vinci penned this almost classic hit. Other members of Fotomaker were former Rascal members and Hall of fame inductees Dino Danelli and Gene Cornish, Wally Bryson (Raspberries) and Lex Marchesi. Bands like Fotomaker paved the way for the young Rock bands of today . FOTOMAKER was voted most promising group in 1980 by Billboard magazine. Rolling Stone Magazine branded them "The Band To Watch" in 1980. ALMOST FAMOUS, yes, but this cd still hold it's own after 2 decades. Check it out.

Lex Marchesi Rocks

Listen to Where Have You Been All My Life and Can I Please Have Some More. Lex has a really different, cool voice that should've been recgonized much more than it was. Fotomaker was amazing.


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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  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop, Pop/Rock
  • Released: 1978

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