Lobo's Discography
Rare Tracks

On this page of the discography you'll find listed the tracks that are uncommon or unreleased or just don't fit in to any of the other discography pages. These are not listed in any particular order. All the information I have on these tracks are listed. If anyone has anything to add please let me know.

The following songs were found in a Lobo songbook.

Shot Down Honcho Famous Music/ Kaiser Music
This song was copyright in 1972.
My Head Needs Peace Famous Music/Kaiser Music
This song was copyright in 1972
Sunny And share - We Go Together Famous/Kaiser Music
This song was copyright in 1972
Wrangler Famous/Kaiser Music
This song was copyright in 1972. This was a commercial for Wrangler Jeans! There are some CD's out now that have old commercials on. It may pay to give them a look see, this track may show up there, or even on 'Nick At Nite'!
She Knows Something Famous/Kaiser Music
This song was copyright in 1972
Toll Road Famous/Kaiser Music
This song was copyright in 1971
Always Up Famous Music/Kaiser Music
This song was copyright in 1972
Glory Famous/Kaiser Music
This Song was copyright in 1972.


New York Hold Her Tight(Austin Roberts/Van Wesley Stephenson)1980
This is a rare track from the Elektra/Curb sessions.
I'd Love You To Want Me(Lobo) / The First Time We Made Love(Lobo)
This is a single recorded by Narvel Felts and release on the LOBO Record label in February of 1982. Lobo sang backing vocals on side one. The 'B' side is written by Lobo but was never released by Lobo. The lyrics to the 'B' side can be found on the lyrics page.
Nightbird & Company
This was a radio show done in the 70's by "Alison Steele". One of the half hour shows was an interview with Lobo from June 17, 1973. This was sponsored by the Army Reserve. I recently picked this album up

Lobo as Producer

 Jim Stafford - "Jim Stafford" - MGM#SE4947 Released 1974
Produced by Phil Gernhard and Lobo. Jim Stafford is also published by Boo Music.
Roger LaVoie - On The Mississippi (R. LaVoie) - Big Tree#16000 Released 9/74.
Lobo produced this single for his brother Roger. It also sounds like Lobo is singing harmony.
Jim Stafford - "Not Just Another Pretty Foot" - MGM#M3G 4985 Released 1975
Produced by Phil Gernhard and Lobo.
Joe Stamply - "Memory Lane" - Epic#FE 38964 Released 1983
Produced by Lobo and Joe Stampley. Billy Aerts sings backing vocals and co-wrote "A Winner Never Quits". Lobo plays guitar and organ.
Cristy Lane - "Footprints In The Sand" - Liberty#LT 51148 Released 1983
Produced by Lobo.Billy Aerts sings backing vocals and co-wrote "Your Healing My Heart" with Susie LaVoie, Lobo's wife. Lobo also plays guitar..
TV Appearances
In 1979 Lobo appeared on the Dinah Shore show. He did "Where Were You When I Was Falling In Love" and I think "Holding On For Dear Love"
He has also been on "Nashville Now" on TNN a number of times. He has done "Me And You And A Dog Named Boo", "I'd Love You To Want Me", "Don't Expect Me To Be Your Friend" and "That Shows You What I Know".
Also Lobo did a Stroh's Beer radio commercial in 1975-76 during the time Stroh's had stars singing their "Stroh's Party" theme.
Also Lobo has made appearances on Dick Clark's American Bandstand. He was on Episode 2100 which aired September 22, 1973 and he sang "How Can I Tell Her".


Losing You Again (Joey Tempest / Kent LaVoie) Tempest / Madhouse / Boo Music
Further From The Truth (Joey Tempest / Kent LaVoie) Tempest / Madhouse / Boo Music
Hate Loving Me(Joey Tempest / Kent LaVoie) Tempest / Madhouse / Boo Music
In 1997 Joey Tempest recorded an album in Nashville. Richard Dodd produced this album. He was Lobo's next door neighbor while he was living in Nashville. Lobo and Joey wrote 5 or 6 songs together but only 2 made his album. The album "Azalea Place" is not available in the US but an import can be ordered online from CDNow. Lobo has said if he records another album "Hate Loving Me" will probably be on it.
Cyber Love (Kent LaVoie) Boo music
This song was written in Singapore in 1995. A demo of this song was recorded by Tom Flora, a background singer in Nashville.
The End Is In Sight (Kent LaVoie) Boo Music
This demo will be included on Lobo's next album, if there is one.
Bull Smith Can't Dance The Cotton Eyed Joe (Roland Kent LaVoie/Roger Edmund LaVoie)
This single was released under the group name "WolfPack' which featured Lobo, Narvel Felts and Kenny Earl. It's the first time I've seen a song written by Lobo and his brother.
Rock Me Baby (In The Name Of The Blues) (Kent LaVoie / Marty Brown)
This song was written in Nashville.

The following tracks were found while searching ASCAPS data base.

Every Night Shampoo (Kent LaVoie) Famous Music Corp.
This looks like a 70's tune since the publisher is Famous and not Boo Music. No recording artist was listed.
I've Got You, You've Got Me (Kent LaVoie) Famous Music Corp.
This song was written in 1971. This song was recorded by Michael Lloyd on MGM records.
Long Loving Night (Kent LaVoie) Boo Music
This was recorded by Lobo in 1981. It was released as the 'B' side on the UK single of "I Don't Want To Want You".
Never Think I Don't Still Love You (Kent LaVoie) Boo Music/Famous Music
Recorded by Christy Lane on her 1977 album "Is The Name" LS records#GRT-8027.
The Party's Over (Everybody's Gone) (Kent LaVoie/Jeff Raymond)
Recorded by Sam Neely. Jeff Raymond also co-wrote "Living My Life Without You". This was released on MCA#52194 in March of 1983. This was a song about the ending of the T.V. series M.A.S.H..
She Took It Too Well (Kent LaVoie/Don Lowery)
Recorded by John Wesley Ryles and released on the 16th Ave label in August of 1984. This song also showed up on the "Asian Moon" CD.
That Shows You What I Know
This song is from "Asian Moon" but was listed by ASCAP as recorded by Lobo which suggest it was released here in the states. Lobo did do this song on The Nashville Networks "Nashville Now" TV show. 

The following tracks were found while searching BMI's database.

Another Single Married Man (Donald Clint Goodman/Lobo/Jeffery Miles Raymond) Guyasuta Music/Boo Music
Beach Music Baby (Johnny Cymbal/Keny LaVoie) Ensign Music/Boo Music
Booze Talking (Johnny Cymbal/Kent LaVoie/Jeff Raymond) Ensign Music/Guyasuta Music/Boo Music
Goodbye Henry Ford (Don Goodman/Kent LaVoie/George Montana) Guyasuta Music/Boo Music
Greatest Country Singer Of The... (Kent LaVoie/James O. Payne) Hitkit Music/Boo Music
Heart For A Heart (Kent LaVoie/Jeff Raymond) Circle South Music/Sony/ATV Songs/Boo Music
I Depend On You (Johnny Cymbal/Kent LaVoie) Ensign Music/Boo Music
I Met A Man (William John Aerts/Kent LaVoie) Guyasuta Music/Boo Music
I Wanna Be Alone With You (Johnny Henry Cymbal/Kent LaVoie) Ensign Music/Boo Music
Love Years (Kent LaVoie Lobo/Pal Rakes/Jeffery Miles Raymond) Guyasuta Music/Boo Music
No Survivors (Lobo/PJ Parks/Jeffery Miles Raymond) Ensign Music/Guyasuta Music/Johnny Morris Music/Boo Music
On And On (Kevin Leon Harris/Kent LaVoie) EMI Blackwood/EMI Tower Street/Boo music
Our Love Keeps On Getting Better (Donald Clint Goodman/Lobo/Jeffery Miles Raymond) Guyasuta Music/Boo Music
Perfect Stranger (Lobo/Jeffery Miles Raymond) Guyasuta Music/Boo Music
We're Makin' Love (Donald Clint Goodman/Roland Kent LaVoie/John Lutz Ritter) Guyasuta Music/Boo Music
What Am I Doin' Here With You (Lobo/Pal Rakes/Jeffery Miles Raymond) Guyasuta Music/Boo Music

The above songs were probably written in the early to mid 80's and early 90's when Lobo was living in Nashville. Some of the publisher information is missing.

 


If anyone has additions to this page, please email me.