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Artist: Greg Chaisson

Title: It's About Time

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Category: CCM Southern Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Intense Records

Catalog Number: FLD9491


Greg Chaisson bass guitar, lead vocals
Jim Mcmellan lead guitar
Eric Singer drums
Pat Regan organ
Rob Lamothe lead vocals on track 8.

Greg was the bassist for the hard rock band Badlands.
The lyrical content of this CD discusses his conversion to Christianity after the Badlands breakup.
The style of this disc is close to Badlands, and the first Tangier album (Four Winds), with a voice more remniscent of Gregg Allman, or of the Van Zants.


1.  Too Late to Pray  
2.  It Ain't Me (the Politicians)  
3.  My Dark Ride  
4.  Whatever  
5.  Love  
6.  I'll Always Love You (For Jennifer)  
7.  Never Too Far  
8.  The River  
9.  Heard It All Before  
10.  Blues For the Rev. Willy G.  
11.  Heaven  
12.  Wat-Cha-Go-Na-Du  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Scott Gorman Date: May 8, 2002 at 9:35
Despite the lyrics being of a Christian nature, this CD features some of THE BEST heavy blues rock of recent years. Too Late To Pray, DArk Ride and The River are essential listening

From: Donny Date: September 19, 2003 at 9:42
What can I say? I love good old straight ahead bone crushing guitars and drums that sound like cannons. This is nothing like that. It still kicks. Greg is shows that there is more to life than drugs, alcohol and the fast life that most secular bands live. Greg seems to let you see inside his soul with some of the lyrics. GOD bless him. Music is somewhat in the ZZ Top vein. Great change of pace disc. Great production.

From: Brian McIntosh Date: September 24, 2003 at 23:44
Some of the greatest rock music ever was done by Christian artists. This falls in that classification. Chaisson gets an A+ from me. Hard rock with double shots of blues with a 'Chaissor' of ZZ & Cream. Now if Jake E., Chaisson, & Singer would get Kyle Basauri on vocals to tour as Badlands again...

From: fasteddie Date: November 10, 2003 at 10:27
Just got this one off eBay for $1! I'm a guitar player - best fresh guitar licks I've heard in a while - can't believe it's been out since '94 & I never heard of him until coming to this site. His voice is not the best in the world, but it is definitely a keeper! Been humming the tunes over & over. Great effort! Glad to see converted Christians who are not ashamed! 8.5/10

From: Brother52 Date: January 20, 2005 at 1:16
The music on this album is incredible. A kick ass disc. Another big plus is that Greg has one heck of a voice.

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: October 1, 2007 at 5:08
GOOD CD 80/100 VERY BLUESY maybe too much for the AOR fans out there ! But if you like BADLANDS/RED SEA/or a modern sounding CREAM this cd is essential !

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: October 1, 2007 at 5:17
hey , ROB LAMOTHE(RIVERDOGS) is singing his heart out on "the river"it's a BADLANDS cover song , you can find it on "dusk" ! if you like BADLANDS/RED SEA/BLINDSIDE BLUES BAND/THE LIZARDS or a modern sounding CREAM/CACTUS this cd is essential ! GREAT MESSAGE !god bless !

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