Draw The Line
Recording Artist: Paul Dean
Writers: Jim Vallance
Bryan Adams
Date Written: June 1983
Albums: Hardcore (Columbia Records, 1988)
Audio:
Pending
 
Paul Dean: vocals, guitar, bass
Brian MacLeod: drums, keyboards, backing vocals
Backing vocals: Dave Steele, Marc LaFrance, Ricky Renouf, Geraldo Dominelli, Vern Wills, Frank Felder, Gregg Sheehan, Rosalind Keene, Nashy Nash
 
Produced by Paul Dean and Brian MacLeod. Recorded by Larry Vogel at Venture Studios (Vancouver). Additional recording by Tim Crich and Ken Lomas at Little Mountain Sound Studios (Vancouver) and by Dale Penner at Mushroom Studios (Vancouver). Mixed by Bob Rock at Little Mountain Sound Studios.
Cover Versions:
Also recorded by Ted Nugent
Comments:
Paul Dean >
I first encountered Paul Dean in the summer of 1969 in Edmonton, at the Orange County Pop Festival.  We didn't meet on that occasion (I was just a member of the audience), but I remember being blown away by Paul and his band "Fox", which included Brian Newcombe on bass and Billy McBeth on drums. They were awesome.

In 1971 Paul joined "Scrubbaloe Caine", whose line-up included future Prism vocalist Henry Small.  In 1977 he joined "Streetheart", leaving the band in 1979 (along with drummer Matt Frenette) to form "Loverboy" with vocalist Mike Reno.

"Loverboy" recorded two songs co-written by Bryan Adams and myself:  Jump and Dangerous

Paul and Bryan and I co-wrote "Win Some Lose Some" on Bryan's first album.