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Dan Reed Network

The Dan Reed Network was a multi-racial, rock-funk band from the Pacific Northwest that never quite achieved the level of success many people had predicted for them. The roots of the band go back to the meeting of Dan Reed and drummer Dan Pred while the pair were still high school students in Aberdeen, SD, in 1979. They formed the band Nightwing, but parted ways in 1981 when Reed relocated to Portland, joining Nimble Darts as a keyboardist and guitarist. A year later, Pred moved to Los Angeles. In 1984, Pred joined Reed in Portland and, with Nimble Darts disbanded, Dan Reed Network was formed with guitarist Brion James, bassist Melvin Brannen, and keyboardist Jeff Siri completing the early lineup. In 1985, Siri left the band and was replaced by former Quarterflash keyboardist Rick DiGiallonardo and the group released the independent EP Breathless. By 1987, the band had become a top draw in the region and a record deal was signed with Polygram. Replacing DiGiallonardo with Blake Sakamoto, they recorded their self-titled debut album with producer Bruce Fairbairn. Their initial single, "Ritual," became a Top 40 hit in the spring of 1988 and the remainder of the year was spent touring the U.S. and Europe. For their sophomore album, producer Nile Rodgers was enlisted and the resulting Slam was released in late 1989, but it failed to build upon the group's success despite their landing prime support spots on tours for Bon Jovi and the Rolling Stones. Working again with Fairbairn yielded 1991's The Heat, but despite more positive reviews, it too failed to reignite the band's career. A compilation, Mix It Up, was issued in 1993, by which point the group had lost momentum and, although they wouldn't officially break up, the individual members began to pursue other musical projects. Reed formed Adrenaline Sky, while Pred and Sakamoto became members of Generator. Dan Reed Network's Live at Last was released in 1997. ~ Tom Demalon
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They bore me with their pretentious racket. Thumbs down
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Great band! I saw them in 1991 in San Diego. They have recently reunited and played a few shows!
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Dan actually has been a good friend of mine for 24 years now...I love he shows up in my Pandora box every once in a while
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Seven Sisters Road (loc. Sunriver)
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Had Mr. Reed come to my house and help me celebrate my 18th birthday. Heat didn't come out, yet, and he did a wonderful rendition of Salt of Joy on my Mom's baby grand piano. Rock the future!!!!
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one of the most unapreciated bands of the decade
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The most amazing thing about Dan Reed is that he went to India and interviewed the Dalai Lama. He talks about it here:
http://www.s o n g f a c t s . c o m / b l o g / i n t e r v i e w s / d a n _ r e e d /
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Agree with you jvmec! I just wish they got more air time and made it to the "big time" back in the 80s. So many are missing out on some rich, unique music.
I've visited Dan Reed's web site and he seems to evolutionize d spiritually. A remarkable story. So sorry he lost his mother not long ago. Need to see what the rest have been up to. Hope they're all doing well.
Enjoy the music!
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What about the self-titled album with such tracks as "Resurrect" ? That was one of their best! It's on my list with the likes of Angel City, etc.
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Hmm... well the song I heard was enjoyable enough - onto the list it goes!

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