For those who don't know, the term "westcoast" is generally used to desribe a specific genre of music that was at its peak of popularity in the late 70's and early 80's. It was basically a fusion of the california soft rock sound, with some jazz elements thrown in. Some 'westcoast' records that went mainstream and charted were Lee Ritenour's "Is It You", Robbie Dupree's "Steal Away", Al Jarreau's "Mornin'" and George Benson's "Turn Your Love Around". As with all genres of music, the exact definition of 'westcoast' is very cloudy, so there will always be debate as to whether a particular song or album is actually westcoast. Those who enjoy this brand of music, can name great albums that most folks have never heard of. There were certain session musicians who seemingly appeared on hundreds of these westcoast albums. Among them were Steve Lukather, Dan Huff, and Jay Graydon on guitar, Leland Sklar on bass, Jeff Porcaro on drums, Michael Boddicker and Michael McDonald on keyboards, and Bill Champlain, Richard Page, and Steve George on background vocals. Anyway, are there any fans of this brand of music out there and what are some of your favorite albums?