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Artist: Henry Lee Summer

Title: I've Got Everything

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Henry Lee Summer I've Got Everything Album Cover

 

Category: AOR/Rock

Year: 1989

Label: CBS Records

Catalog Number: ZK 45124

Personnel

Henry Lee Summer lead vocals, guitar, keyboards
Jimmy Rip guitar
Leigh Foxx bass
Michael Organ drums
Mike Wanchic guitar
Graham Maby bass
John Cascella keyboards
Toby Myers bass
Michael Read keyboards

Tracks

1.  Treat Her Like a Lady  3:33
2.  Roll Me  3:58
3.  My Turn Train  4:00
4.  Hey Baby  3:54
5.  My Louisa  3:54
6.  Louie Louie Louie  3:02
7.  Don't Leave  3:56
8.  Something Is Missing  3:06
9.  Got No Money  3:45
10.  I've Got Everything  3:46
11.  Close Enough for Me  3:40
12.  What's a Poor Boy to Do  3:18
  
Total Running Time:  43:52

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Existing comments about this CD

From: robin camp Date: January 3, 2002 at 23:51
my tape was in my car playing a year ago when a 16 year old hit me head on, it's still there!!! I found your website and ordered another. now, i got everything! thanks!!

From: Kim Date: March 14, 2002 at 8:47
I bought two cd`s by HLS, and eventhough its a bit soft, I must say I really got two class cd`s. Good stuff.

From: jason (FA - Q) Date: June 14, 2002 at 13:25
This album isn't to bad. If you like Bruce Springsteen or John Melloncamp than you will like Henry Lee Summer. Notable songs are: "Treat Her Like A Lady", "Hey Baby", "My Louisa" and "What's A Poor Boy To Do." I am a hard rock fan, but I like good mellow rock once in a great while and this is good.

From: Gar Date: November 28, 2003 at 3:00
Henry truly did have everything, including a killer mullet! His 15 minutes of fame were already behind him when he released this. Pretty straightfoward, no gimmicks rock. Worth a listen.

From: robert Date: November 28, 2003 at 12:45
żeste suena a M bolton?

From: Axe Machine Date: May 13, 2004 at 9:09
I am a big HLS fan, but this is the least impressive album he recorded. No killer songs here, just a bunch of fillers to me. Of his other albums, the self titled debut is great and falls only just behind the even better 'Way Past Midnight' album featuring some great co-writes with Diane Warren and Michael Bolton. His last album on epic, 'Slamdunk', was even better than this. Poor album, but dont let it put you of his other classic slices of AOR!!

From: ProphetSword Date: February 28, 2006 at 11:50
Gotta disagree with Axe Machine for a couple of reasons. I think this is HLS most catchy album (at least five songs from this album made local radio rotation where I live). Also, I didn't find "Slamdunk" as good as this album. Everyone has their own opinion, and if you've heard other HLS albums, then you should really get this one and form your own.

From: edwithmj Date: October 8, 2008 at 22:35
Not as good as the debut but still some catchy tunes on here like Roll Me and Hey Baby. The other songs are hit and miss but a purchase of this album is justified for those songs alone as I could find this very cheap from ebay. Lovely stuff.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 28, 2011 at 12:51
Wonderful follow up to his debut(this one is a bit better IMHO)...best tracks for me are "Roll Me","My Turn Train","Hey Baby","Don't Leave"(great)& "Something Is Missing"(beautiful soft)...even though Henry has had some kind of recognition especially in the States,he still is underrated by the media...Heavy Harmonies please post the rest of his discography as some other albums he has released are worth having them here...87/100


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