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Ron Williams - Look Out World

Tracklist

1Look Out World
2Just Say I Love You
3Worthy Music
4Behind Every Door
5Girls Choice
6On My Knees
7Lookin’ For Miss Right
8I Heard Him Come
9Another Time, Another Place
10Congratulations

Credits

  • Arranged By, ProducerLon Madsen
  • Bass GuitarPat Smith
  • Drums, Electronic DrumsTodd Sorensen
  • Executive Producer – Robert M. Ricks
  • Percussion, TurntablesKen Hodges
  • ProducerKen Hodges
  • Synth, PianoSam Cardon

Notes

Private Mormon synth pop out of Provo, Utah.

Info

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Ron Williams - Look Out World

Performer: Ron Williams

Title: Look Out World

Country: US

Release date: 1984

Label: RMR Productions Inc.

Style: Synth-pop, Pop Rock, AOR

Catalog: RMR 8401

Genre: Electronic / Rock / Pop

Size MP3: 2448 mb

Size FLAC: 1908 mb

Rating: 4.0 / 5

Votes: 654

Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album

Related to Ron Williams - Look Out World

Rainshaper
RON WILLIAMS, LOOK OUT WORLD. Record label shows R-M-R Productions, 56 East 200 North, Provo, Utah 84601. Dates about September, 1984.

Songs--Worthy Music/Another Time, Another Place/Looking For Miss Right/On My Knees/Congratulations (side one)
--Look Out World/Just Say I Love You/Girls Choice/Behind Every Door/I Heard Him Come

Credits show Executive Producer Robert M. Ricks, Arranged by Lon Madsen, Produced by Ken Hodges & Lon Madsen

My copy of this is the vinyl Lp. I found a sealed copy of the Lp while junking (record nut jargon: hunting for something worthwile in a used rack full of useless Andy Williams, Robert Goulet, and Barbra Streisand '60s-'70s castoffs). It looked oddly interesting for the cover: a slickly photographed pop album in shiny, sugary colors by a name I'd NEVER seen before. Looking at the back cover liner notes, I checked the record company info and saw a Provo, Utah address: a potential "Eureka!" weird outsider music find. And the packaging suggested some very decent pressing/packaging budget to produce it--not something you'd expect in local music.

Playback is synth pop, very professionally polished performances. And from Utah, which is decidedly strange on an indie or private press label. Lp has an inner sleeve, fairly heavy slick paper, song lyrics on one side, photos and musician credits on the other (Kurt Bestor is on this Lp, if Utah's own LDS "New Age" name artist has any serious music/record junkies looking for obscurities). At the bottom right of the inner sleeve, I caught this reference to other recordings: "Ron Williams Talk Tapes available on Covenant Recordings wherever LDS Books and Records are sold." --Covenant Records is/was a record arm of Bonneville Communications, which is an LDS Church business corp.

Style is early '80s synth pop. Vocals suggest early Donny Osmond; the music style suggests mainstream CCM synth-pop, which is DECIDEDLY advanced (and downright STRANGE!) for LDS music at the time (see Ezra Taft Benson's Ensign article from the early '70s, "SATAN'S THRUST," as well as Jack R. Christianson's advice, "APPLES OR ONIONS," about guidelines for pop music for LDS youth audiences, those "rock lifestyle," "rock music kills houseplants," and "demon baskmasking" themes scaring kiddies at the time). Cover art mimics the day-glow colors on Christian pop records of the early-mid '80s, like Sandi Patti, Amy Grant, or Sheila Walsh.

Although the songwriting is about on par with period CCM in the mid-'80s, the commercial sound of the album is very well done; best track is the title, "Look Out World," on side two, track one. The drums have good kick, the bass runs are well-recorded, and there's not a throwaway filler in the album. As with mid-'80s CCM music, the general feel is at best kitschy PG-13 vanilla religious pop, but I haven't heard better on any period LDS music releases from the time. The synth-pop nature of the mix does now sound dated, but this was an expertly done B+ quality album when Hall & Oates, Air Supply, Culture Club, and Huey Lewis ruled the secular charts.

Apparently Ron Williams had several releases in the '80s. The album that preceded this was a "hit" (however one defines a "hit" pop album in the tiny [tiny] LDS music market at the time--maybe regional bookshops in Utah, Nevada, and Arizona, well below the CCM market [Word Records had 6000 accounts in their distribution pipeline for CCM] at the time.), I'LL NEVER BE THE SAME. Another album is PURE GOLD. Deseret News wrote up an article about his success, "Former LDS Baseball Player Pitches Musical Strikes" with some description of his success on September 26, 1984.

Update edit: I found a copy of I'LL NEVER BE THE SAME, RMR 8301:

Track list:
side one--
Hang In There/Be My Queen/I'll Never Be the Same/The Miracle/Lifer
side two--
I Know You're There/Latter-Day Love Song/If I Could Do It All Again/Christmas in the MTC/Dedication

(C) (P) 1983 RMR Productions. Same credits as the 1984 Lp. Inner sleeve has credits on the side and B&W photo, other side is lyrics to all the songs and fan club info, based in Upland, California.

Ron Williams has most recently made a documentary about Utah in 2008 on DVD, HAPPY VALLEY, and owns a soundtrack album from that film.

Four caramel-dipped onions on this set--five for the production quality, but three for the songs.
Rainshaper
RON WILLIAMS, LOOK OUT WORLD. Record label shows R-M-R Productions, 56 East 200 North, Provo, Utah 84601. Dates about September, 1984.

Songs--Worthy Music/Another Time, Another Place/Looking For Miss Right/On My Knees/Congratulations (side one)
--Look Out World/Just Say I Love You/Girls Choice/Behind Every Door/I Heard Him Come

Credits show Executive Producer Robert M. Ricks, Arranged by Lon Madsen, Produced by Ken Hodges & Lon Madsen

My copy of this is the vinyl Lp. I found a sealed copy of the Lp while junking (record nut jargon: hunting for something worthwile in a used rack full of useless Andy Williams, Robert Goulet, and Barbra Streisand '60s-'70s castoffs). It looked oddly interesting for the cover: a slickly photographed pop album in shiny, sugary colors by a name I'd NEVER seen before. Looking at the back cover liner notes, I checked the record company info and saw a Provo, Utah address: a potential "Eureka!" weird outsider music find. And the packaging suggested some very decent pressing/packaging budget to produce it--not something you'd expect in local music.

Playback is synth pop, very professionally polished performances. And from Utah, which is decidedly strange on an indie or private press label. Lp has an inner sleeve, fairly heavy slick paper, song lyrics on one side, photos and musician credits on the other (Kurt Bestor is on this Lp, if Utah's own LDS "New Age" name artist has any serious music/record junkies looking for obscurities). At the bottom right of the inner sleeve, I caught this reference to other recordings: "Ron Williams Talk Tapes available on Covenant Recordings wherever LDS Books and Records are sold." --Covenant Records is/was a record arm of Bonneville Communications, which is an LDS Church business corp.

Style is early '80s synth pop. Vocals suggest early Donny Osmond; the music style suggests mainstream CCM synth-pop, which is DECIDEDLY advanced (and downright STRANGE!) for LDS music at the time (see Ezra Taft Benson's Ensign article from the early '70s, "SATAN'S THRUST," as well as Jack R. Christianson's advice, "APPLES OR ONIONS," about guidelines for pop music for LDS youth audiences, those "rock lifestyle," "rock music kills houseplants," and "demon baskmasking" themes scaring kiddies at the time). Cover art mimics the day-glow colors on Christian pop records of the early-mid '80s, like Sandi Patti, Amy Grant, or Sheila Walsh.

Although the songwriting is about on par with period CCM in the mid-'80s, the commercial sound of the album is very well done; best track is the title, "Look Out World," on side two, track one. The drums have good kick, the bass runs are well-recorded, and there's not a throwaway filler in the album. As with mid-'80s CCM music, the general feel is at best kitschy PG-13 vanilla religious pop, but I haven't heard better on any period LDS music releases from the time. The synth-pop nature of the mix does now sound dated, but this was an expertly done B+ quality album when Hall & Oates, Air Supply, Culture Club, and Huey Lewis ruled the secular charts.

Apparently Ron Williams had several releases in the '80s. The album that preceded this was a "hit" (however one defines a "hit" pop album in the tiny [tiny] LDS music market at the time--maybe regional bookshops in Utah, Nevada, and Arizona, well below the CCM market [Word Records had 6000 accounts in their distribution pipeline for CCM] at the time.), I'LL NEVER BE THE SAME. Another album is PURE GOLD. Deseret News wrote up an article about his success, "Former LDS Baseball Player Pitches Musical Strikes" with some description of his success on September 26, 1984.

Update edit: I found a copy of I'LL NEVER BE THE SAME, RMR 8301:

Track list:
side one--
Hang In There/Be My Queen/I'll Never Be the Same/The Miracle/Lifer
side two--
I Know You're There/Latter-Day Love Song/If I Could Do It All Again/Christmas in the MTC/Dedication

(C) (P) 1983 RMR Productions. Same credits as the 1984 Lp. Inner sleeve has credits on the side and B&W photo, other side is lyrics to all the songs and fan club info, based in Upland, California.

Ron Williams has most recently made a documentary about Utah in 2008 on DVD, HAPPY VALLEY, and owns a soundtrack album from that film.

Four caramel-dipped onions on this set--five for the production quality, but three for the songs.