Missing You.” “We Belong” “Kiss Me Deadly.” “Always.” Urban Desire.
‘Twas a time when rock music spoke to a generation or two or three. Of all the players who anchored the 1980s MTV / rock radio golden era, among the most prolific was a modest cat from Queens County New York City. You’ve heard him (Pat Benatar, John Waite, Tom Verlaine, Alannah Myles, Lita Ford and Cher -to cite a few) but you don’t know him – until now. Dig this series of Skype interviews with bassist Donnie Nossov. Armed with a ’62 Fender Precision and deep knowledge of rock, pop, rhythm & blues, soul, and permutations thereof – Donnie’s passages went platinum – behold the silver and gold on his den wall behind him!
Tom Semioli Writer / Interviewer
James Spina / Interviewer
Mark Polott / Editor
Mark Preston / Executive Producer
Donnie Nossov Sound & Vision….
Pat Benatar “We Belong” https://youtu.be/qxZInIyOBXk
Lita Ford “Kiss Me Deadly” https://youtu.be/kIt3OGra3Lo
John Waite “Missing You” https://youtu.be/k9e157Ner90
Tom Verlaine “Always” https://youtu.be/9X8SEnCGCKE
Genya Ravan “Aye Co’lorado” from Urban Desire (1978): https://youtu.be/uhlCEgZ0uu0
The End Imaginary Life as discussed in No Depression in 2018: https://bit.ly/2XaGx2r