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Artist: Mitch Malloy

Title: Ceilings and Walls

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Mitch Malloy Ceilings and Walls Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1994

Label: RCA

Catalog Number: 66369-2


Mitch Malloy Vocals, Guitar
Steve Pigott Drums, Bass, Keyboards
Tim Renwick Guitar
Mark Feltham Harmonica
Luis Jardim Percussion
Mike Rutherford Guitar
Bob Halligan Jr Guitar
Warren Hill Sax
Mike Reid Piano
Bernie Leadon Guitar
Josh Leo Guitar


1.  This Time  
2.  Ready To Go Home  
3.  Tumbling Down  
4.  Over My Shoulder  
5.  How Bout Us    Cover: Champagne
6.  Jessica  
7.  Where Love Is No Stranger  
8.  How Fast Forever Goes  
9.  Say Whatevers On Your Heart  
10.  Time Stands Still  
11.  Ceilings & Walls  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: CC Date: November 1, 2004 at 19:01
Very disapointing,very lightweight!

From: TIM (2) Date: November 2, 2004 at 3:17
Of course this is his weakest album, and is completely full of ballads, and never really gets going as an album at all, but it's still high quality. The vocals are magnificent, and although only the title-track made it onto his "Best Of..", "Ready to Go Home" & "Over My Shoulder" should've made it too. Blame the record company for this, they thought the housewives would love Malloy the way they did Michael Bolton. But this isn't half as bad as some people will tell you it is. 6.5/10.

From: Scandinavia Date: November 2, 2004 at 10:03
This one's softer than KENNY G!! Avoid!!

From: Nick C Date: November 2, 2004 at 14:11
Tim is bang on with his description, but I must admit I really like this CD though I can see why many people think it is a little too lightweight. The only song that I really don't like is How About Us. Mr Malloys voice is as excellent as ever and hearing him do this sort of stuff makes you realise what a great voice he has...very smooth in some cases. It is a great testimony to the guy that he can pull off this and still have such a great rock voice...I'll give it a 7.5/10

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From: Jez Date: November 2, 2004 at 14:52
Spot on Nick - Imust admit i listen to this one quite often, when i want a quieter moment. This has some good stuff on it,'Ready To Go Home'(covered by Asia on the magnificent Aura disc)and the title track aswell. Definately not one for the Harder rock fans out there, but if you take it for what it is, a nice soft AOR release

From: David Date: November 4, 2004 at 3:55
I can not speak highly enough of this AWESOME release!! Some of the best songwriting/production this type of music has ever produced, yes it's light weight but deal with it!!

From: Geoff Date: November 10, 2004 at 1:58
I quite like Mitch, but listening to this album gives you a lot of time to let your eyes and ears wonder... thinking about how lucky the ceilings and walls are. Lucky because they don't have ears. They therefore don't have to listen to the music from this CD, and either do I - ever again! Unfortunately, unlike ceilings and walls I actually had to hear it that one time to realise this fact. Bad album, IMO.

From: gener8tr Date: January 3, 2005 at 16:22
How could something that was so right (1992 ST CD) go so wrong, so quickly? This is Malloy's version of Bon Jovi's "This Left Feels Right." It feels "All Wrong" to me.

From: Just Jason Date: December 30, 2005 at 21:53
Over My Shoulder is a beautiful tune.

From: Photochromic Steve Date: August 6, 2008 at 18:36
"Ready to go home" is a 10 CC song from their last album Mirror Mirror, written by Graham Gouldman and Andrew Gold. It's been covered by several artists (Mitch Malloy here) - the best version that I've heard is by Asia on their album Aura.

From: hair metal again Date: September 5, 2011 at 4:15
2nd step for MITCH MALLOY and quite different from his great debut.this one is full of ballads and slows and the guitars are weak.Mitch s vocals are excellent and the songwriting is quite remarkable but nothin special.i agree that it is good for a quiet moment but i prefer his first direction.not bad though

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 23, 2013 at 19:07
A step down after his marvellous debut but not a bad release though,just a mellow one with pretty nice songs all over in the shape of "This Time","Tumbling Down","How Bout Us"(cover),"Where Love Is No Stranger","How Fast Forever Goes"(ufff,nice,nice),"Say Whatevers In Your Heart"(catchy),"Time Stands Still"(beautiful song)& "Ceillings & Walls"(beautiful song)...i'd recommended this album for relaxing moments...84/100

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