Best of Sugarloaf
The Denver rock quartet, Sugarloaf, burst upon the best-selling charts their first time out with “Green-Eyed Lady,” which spiraled to #3 in August of 1972. Founded and led by keyboardist/vocalist Jerry Corbetta, with Bob
Webber on guitar, Bob Raymond on bass, and Bob MacVittie on drums, the group chalked up another Top Ten winner in “Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call you,” as well as “Tongue-In-Cheek,” and favorites “Bach Doors Man/Chest Fever,” “Easy Evil,” “Wild Child,” and more.
This collection contains those hits, which were produced by veteran producer Frank Slay, plus other show-stoppers that the group performed while on tour with The Doors, Jethro Tull, and The Who.
Five years after the auspicious start, the quartet disbanded. However, Jerry Corbetta’s career flourished as he pursued his solo performances, and his song writing. At the same time, with Bob Crewe and Bob Gaudio, Jerry co-produced the Frankie Valli hit album, “Heaven Above Me,” and then joined Valli with the 4 Seasons on a concert tour as keyboardist/vocalist.
During this period, Jerry collaborated once again with Bob Crewe in writing a huge hit for Roberta Flack and Peabo Bryson, “You’re Feelin’ Like Love To Me.” He also co-wrote the hit song for Englebert Humperdink, “After You.”
Today, Jerry Corbetta continues his song writing, producing, and touring with his band, The Classic Rock All Stars.