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Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)
Catalog Number: FR CD 249
|3.||Davey and the Stone that Rolled Away||5:54|
|4.||Keep on Knockin'||5:53|
|5.||Pages of Old||4:54|
|6.||Hell Is Full of Heroes||6:03|
|Total Running Time:||48:54|
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|From: Nick C||Date: July 23, 2005 at 18:08|
|Not as wierd and off the wall as the massively underrated Glossolalia so that should please a few (not me though I loved the album). A more down to earth approach is adopted and I think many will find this release more acceptable, in fact many of the tracks have a Kansas feel about them (circa Freaks of Nature and Spirit of things)which I suppose is to be expected but they don't have that kind of epic Kansas feel. Steve is on fantastic form and it is an excellent release. 8.5/10|
|From: AOR freaky||Date: July 25, 2005 at 3:48|
|Indeed, not as 'weird' as his previous effort, but still complex enough for the majority. Me, I like it, though it's not a top release. Very enjoyable and you have to get into it, to appreciate it. Several listenings are necessary, but then you have a very nice record.|
|From: Wotty||Date: August 27, 2005 at 15:39|
|Trepidation.That was the word that sprung to mind considering the "wackiness" and self-indulgence of previous solo releases.But this really lives up to the term "grower",not immediate,but after a few spins it's a brain-lodger....|
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