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Artist: Steve Walsh

Title: Glossolalia

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Category: AOR

Year: 2000

Label: Magna Carta

Catalog Number: MAX 9043 2


Steve Walsh vocals, keyboards
Trent Gardner keyboards, Trombone
Virgil Donati drums
Page Waldrop Steel guitar, acoustic guitar
Jim Roberts Hammond Organ
Mike Slamer guitar
Billy Greer bass


1.  Glossolalia  5:20
2.  Serious Wreckage  6:01
3.  Heart Attack  4:18
4.  Kansas  9:00
5.  Nothing  3:08
6.  Haunted Man  5:35
7.  Smackin' the Clowns  10:05
8.  That's What Love's All About  5:05
9.  Mascara Tears  7:05
10.  Rebecca  5:15
Total Running Time:  60:52

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From: Geoff Date: September 6, 2007 at 2:42
This CD almost makes being shot in the eyeball seem appealing. This is so bad it defies description. I cannot believe Mike Slamer put his name to this... and even to compare this to Steve's work with Khymera... there just is no comparison. This is not melodic rock, I'm not sure what type of "rock" you'd try to call this. Apalling, that's about all I can come up with. Avoid it like it's contaminated with AIDS.

From: Nick C Date: February 25, 2010 at 10:30
Geoff...we meet again! Listen folks he's my buddy and I'm not picking on him....he's just at reviews I'm picking at random at the moment. Anyway we meet again...guns draw, the sun setting at the bottom of the street, there's a shot....I'm hit arggghhhh I fall to the ground weeping as Geoff stands over me laughing. Yeah okay, I know EXCATLY why Geoff and many many many others don't like this - it sure isn't an easy listen. But if you like weird shit and I do at times then this is perfect. The whole album is haunting and unnerving, not in the comic doom scary metal kind of way, but in the who's inside my head kind of way and I would say this is my favourite Steve Walsh solo album. The title track is all over the place with whispered passages giving way to screamed out lyrics. Serious Wreckage a song about someone killing a child in a car accident is just spooky, as is Kansas. Nothing is a slow haunting reflection of the end of a relationship, either by someone walking out, or someone...

From: Nick C Date: February 25, 2010 at 10:33
....(cont) walking out on life, you decide. That's What Love's all About is just a rocker though ... at last something to lighten the tension hahaha! An odd album that you either love or hate I think.....and I suspect by most of the reviews across the web I've read most hate it. Not me though...perfect to listen to whilst the raven taps on the window.

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