Track 9 and 10 : Japanese CD-reissue bonus tracks
released 1981 by MCA
: MCA Records - LP - MCA-5182
Japan : CD-reissue July 20, 1998 : Cool Sound Inc. -
compact disc - COOL-010
Tom Saviano (sax, keyboards, background vocals)
Marie Arnold (vocals)
Ed Whiting (vocals)
Vincent, as Vinny Cusano (guitars) **
Paul Jackson Jr. (guitars)
Thom Rotella (guitars)
John Hunt (guitars)
Eddie Watkins Jr. (bass)
Neil Stubenhaus (bass)
Bill Bodine (bass)
Ed Greene (drums)
Hugh Morran (drums)
James Gadson (drums)
Hoover The Groover (drums)
Art Rodrigues (drums)
Jai Winding (keyboards)
Barnaby Finch (keyboards)
Dave Diggs (keyboards)
and Arranged by Tom Saviano.
Executive Producers Charles Koppelman and Gary Klein.
Recorded at Fidelity Studios, CA.
Not mentioned on which track(s) Vinnie Vincent (as Vinny Cusano)
played his parts. **
Music style ; Earth, Wind & Fire, Dan Hartman.
** Though Vinnie Vincent was credited on HEAT's "Still Waiting"
album, he actually does not play on the album, according to Tom
Saviano. However, Vinnie did play guitar on "What Does It Take,"
one of the five "HEAT
Revisited (2013)" tracks that has been
lying dormant for more than 30 years.
Tom Saviano met Vinnie Vincent at the same studio where Saviano
did some early work for Vini Poncia, at Fidelity Recording,
Artie Ripp's studio, which is now Studio City Sound. For a a
while Vinnie Vincent was doing session work there and hanging
out at that studio. In 1981 Tom Saviano was doing some of the demos for
the 2nd HEAT album "Still Waiting". Together with Vinnie Vincent
they tracked a song entitled "What Does It Take". The song was
in the running for the "Still Waiting" album, but was pulled off
because HEAT kept the album R&B. Still, Vinnie Vincent was
credited as Vincent Cusano on the liner notes of the "Still