1980 - 1982
Vinnie Vincent songs in Happy Days In 1980, Vincent moved to Los Angeles,
California where he became a (Paramount) staff songwriter for
the television series " Happy Days" and "Joanie Loves Chachi".
Many of the series songs were written on Vincent's acoustic
guitar while sitting at the Cunninghams' kitchen table on the
Happy Days set, during off-time from the show's rehearsal
During the last two seasons of the show, he wrote every song
Joanie and Chachi sang together. Below : Happy Days' Scott Baio and Erin
Moran sing "You Look At Me".
You Look At Me (from
Joanie Loves Chachi
song would be performed by Scott Baio on the show, broadcasted
on October 21, 1982 in the "One-on-One" episode. Bennett
Salvay was the show's musical director.
In the video below the song starts at 9:22 / credits 24:38.
Vinnie Vincent - "All Systems Go" demo
01 is an unreleased ballad with an acoustic guitar intro before
going electric, featuring scat vocals revolving primarily around
the "I Wanna Love You" lyric, which seems to
essentially be the only lyric figured out for the song.
Wanna Love You
- 1988 ;
Vinnie Vincent Invasion - live instrumental
Vinnie Vincent Invasion on tour 1986 - 1988)
- 1988 ? ;
Vinnie Vincent - demo
This demo sounds near the same as the
versions on "Vinnie Vincent with Jeff Scott Soto -
Publishing Tape", but on this demo Vinnie Vincent did the
lead vocals by himself.
01 Young Blood, Young Fire
(with WARRIOR) "Thrill Of A Chase" was first roughly
demoed by Steven Rosen and Jimmy Waldo.
When Vinnie Vincent heard that demo, he loved the song so much
that he was keen to do his own version of it. That's why
WARRIOR (including Vinnie Vincent) went into to studio in
1988 (6 years after the band split up) to record the song.
A different version (without Vinnie Vincent's vocals and
guitars) appeared on Jimmy Waldo & Steven Rosen's "Voices
Of The Past" (2018). (Copyright registered in April 1988)
Of The Chase
(3:25) Steven Rosen / Jimmy Waldo
in 1988. Further details unknown.
Belong To The Night
Vinnie Vincent - Metal Tech (REH instructional
METAL TECH VOLUME V: Style, Speed & Phrasing
(VHS video - NTSC and PAL format)
REH Video REH808 (USA, 1988)
DCI Music Video R-1427 (Japan, 1988)
Executive Producer: Roger Hutchinson
Produced by: Martin Mayo
Directed by: Steve Trauito & Keith Wyatt
Recorded at EQ Sound Studios, 1988.
Track 01 - 03 : Vinnie Vincent demonstrates his picking and
phrasings style in three instrumental variations, accompanied
with a drum machine and a canned bass line.
May 4, 2012 : New
Vinnie Vincent Audio Samples From:
Recently, "KISS Museum put up for auction a lot of Vinnie
Vincent's personal cassette studio tapes on eBay. According to to
the listing, the tapes were
"directly off the studio master tapes, many of which have Vinnie's
handwriting on the labels. Sound on all tapes is absolutely,
positively MINT condition!
All song titles are listed on the cassette sleeves."