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When the Good Times Come
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Label: Eagle Records (EEC)
Catalog Number: EAGCD045
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Tony Clarkin guitars|
Bob Catley vocals
Sue McCloskey vocals
Paul Hodson keyboards
Al Barrow bass
Rob Barrow drums
|1. ||Eat It Up ||5:33|
|2. ||Who You Gonna Trust ||5:31|
|3. ||Rock Me in Ya Cradle ||4:14|
|4. ||No One Can Show You the Way ||5:06|
|5. ||When the Good Times Come ||3:37|
|6. ||Talks Like a Lady ||4:51|
|7. ||An Ordinary Day ||5:18|
|8. ||Showtime ||4:23|
|9. ||Lightnin' Strikes ||3:43|
|10. ||Never Say Never ||4:33|
|11. ||Step Back ||4:08|
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|Total Running Time:|| 50:57|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: February 21, 2003 at 2:38|
|top sound good production
||Date: June 15, 2003 at 2:46|
|There are similarities and brief references back to older Magnum records and to the last Hard Rain album, but for the most part this is once again, an individual album. It is more pop than the last album - actually heavier in places but overall a little smoother and certainly more consistent in it's pace. A more pop and commercial feel. And back to a full band effort, after the debut featured Tony on all instruments.
||Date: July 2, 2003 at 21:48|
| A solid collection of tunes in a style not unfamiliar, but still breaking some new ground. Personal taste will dictate where it falls in the scheme of things as far as favorites - but regardless of it's position it's another great addition to the Clarkin/Magnum/Catley legacy.
|From: Alister Hill
||Date: January 28, 2004 at 22:25|
|Oh so bad. Just awful. What the HECK was Tony Clarkin thinking? The only thing here that retains a link to the Magnum sound is Bob's voice, but even that world class instrument cannot save this Pub Rock travesty. Bob quit after this album and started a wonderful solo career - GOOD DECISION BOB! Thankfully, TC found his marbles and Magnum stormed back with the excellent Breath of Life album. The next one (Brand New Morning) is due out this May! All together now... KEEP YOUR NIGHT LIGHT BURNING!!
||Date: April 2, 2004 at 15:15|
|If you're a Magnum fan and thinking of buying this, don't! This has nothing to offer in terms of anything remotely reminicent of Magnum exept Bob Catley's vocals and if you want to hear Bob sing buy his solo CD:s instead, they are all way better than this, or get hold of a copy of the Clive Nolan & Oliver Wakeman produced concept albums: Jabberwocky & The Hound of the Baskervilles where Bob sings parts.
|From: AdryA [Hungary]
||Date: April 8, 2005 at 18:03|
|I think this is not a typical HR/AOR music, that's why it's interesting. If you are a bit opened and don't have any expections, just want to listen to something really fine, I can recommend this one.
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: April 9, 2005 at 5:27|
|I Thought this was prety good when it was released, and they were good live when i saw them aswell. There are a few fillers on here, but also some quality, 'Rock Me In Ya Cradle' being my pick and the boy Bob sounds excellent as always. Ok, it ain't Magnum, but then, you've got plenty of Magnum cd's to listen to already haven't ya!!!
|From: juan carlos
||Date: December 18, 2007 at 0:48|
|No es tan malo como parecía aunque no es bueno tampoco, es un disco irregular con mas fillers que buenos temas, coincido mas con los 2 últimos comments y sin dudas que "Rock Me in Ya Cradle" se lleva las palmas en ser la mejor, de ahi pues "No One Can Show You the Way" que si recuerda a Magnum y "Never Say Never" buena tambien, y agradan algo "Lightnin' Strikes" o la suave "Showtime" con trompeta incluida. Sorprende "An Ordinary Day" por la voz de Sue y con un aire a Alanis Morissete. 7.5/10
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