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Just in Time,” Columbia, 1956. “Ca, C’est L’amour,” Columbia, 1957. “In the Middle of an Island,” Columbia, 1957. “Firefly,” Columbia, 1958. “Young and Warm and Wonderful,” Columbia, 1958. “I Left My Heart in San Francisco,” Columbia, 1962. “I Wanna Be Around,” Columbia, 1963. “The Good Life,” Columbia, 1963. “Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me),” Columbia, 1964. “If I Ruled the World Love,” Columbia, 1965. “A Time for Love,” Columbia, 1966. “Just in Time,” Sony, 2006. Albums Because of You, Columbia, 1952.
In 1990 Belew released Young Lions, featuring the single “Pretty Pink Rose,” a duet with co-author David Bowie. The guitar duel accentuated Belew’s acrobatics and showed why Bowie wanted him for his Sound + Vision tour. Belew wound up his Atlantic recording contract with Inner Revolution. The personal album contained multiple allusions to Belew’s failed marriage and the hope engendered by his relationship with his second wife, Martha. The vocals were more intimately recorded than his previous efforts, and songs like “This Is What I Believe In,” “Big Blue Sun,” “Birds,” and “The War In The Gulf Between Us” were sparsely arranged.
Because of their success with Foiled, Blue October expanded their touring and playing in 2006, although the start of the tour was delayed because Justin Furstenfeld broke his leg while running the bases at a baseball stadium where the band had performed. Although the band had originally played mostly in Texas and the Midwest, they began touring throughout the United States as well as in Canada, Mexico, England, Germany, and the Netherlands. In November of 2006 they were the opening act for a Rolling Stones concert in Boise, Idaho.