Alan O'Day

Alan Earl O'Day

Also known as A. O'Day, A. O. Day, A. Oday, Alain O'Day, Alan O' Day, Alan Oday, Allan O'Day, O' Day, O'Day, Oday
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Discography of Alan O'Day:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Appetizers 10 Audio 1977 Pacific Records (6)
2 Appetizers 10 Audio 1977 Pacific Records (6)
3 Undercover Angel / Just You 2 Audio 1977 Pacific Records (6)
4 Undercover Angel 2 Audio 1977-05-00 Atlantic
5 Appetizers 10 Audio 1977 Pacific Records (6)
6 Started Out Dancing, Ended Up Making Love 2 Audio 1977 Pacific Records (6)
7 Undercover Angel 2 Audio 1977-05-00
8 Oh Johnny! 9 Audio 1979 Pacific Records (6)
9 Undercover Angel 2 Audio 1977-05-00 Atlantic
10 Soldier Of Fortune 2 Audio 1977 Pacific Records (6)
11 Caress Me Pretty Music 9 Audio 1973 Viva (3)
12 Undercover Angel 2 Audio Atlantic
13 Undercover Angel / Just You 2 Audio 1977 Atlantic
14 Oh Johnny 2 Audio 1979 Atlantic
15 Heavy Church 2 Audio 1973 Viva (3)
16 Oh Johnny! 9 Audio 2010-01-01 Victor
17 I Hear Voices 14 Audio 2008 City Man Music
18 Appetizers 10 Audio 1977 Pacific Records (6)
19 Undercover Angel / Just You 2 Audio 1977 Pacific Records (6)
20 Started Out Dancing, Ended Up Making Love 2 Audio 1977 Atlantic
21 Undercover Angel 2 Audio 1977 Atlantic
22 Soldier Of Fortune 4 Audio 1977 Pacific Records (6)
23 Appetizers 10 Audio 1977 Pacific Records (6)
24 Appetizers 10 Audio 1977 Pacific Records (6)
25 Undercover Angel / Just You 2 Audio 1977 Pacific Records (6)


Pop singer - songwriter

Born 03.10.1940 in Los Angeles, California. Died 17.05.2013 in Westwood, California.

Active since the 70's as a solo recording artist and songwriter.

His biggest hit was the disco-tinged, 1977's "Undercover Angel".

He wrote, among other hits [a=Helen Reddy]'s "Angie Baby" and [a=Righteous Brothers]' "Rock And Roll Heaven".

In the '80's he moved from pop music to television, co-writing over 100 songs for the Saturday morning Muppet Babies series, and in the 1990s he wrote and performed music on the National Geographic series "Really Wild Animals".


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