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Robby Valentine

Valentine

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Category: AOR/Pomprock

Year: 1995

Label: Polydor (Japan)

Catalog Number: POCP 7080

Average Rating: 88 / 100 (16 ratings)

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Personnel
Robby Valentine vocals, grand piano, synthesizer, bass, guitars
Juan Van Emmerloot drums
Rob Winter guitars
Arthur Polini bass, backing vocals
Jay Jay backing vocals
Tracks
1.  God  6:23
2.  Where Do We Go From Here  5:38
3.  Never Be Lonely  5:00
4.  Take May Hand  4:41
5.  In the Arms of Loneliness  1:38
6.  Eyes in the Mirror  1:35
7.  Morinezumi  0:59
8.  The Morning Minstrel  4:39
9.  All Messed Up and Nowhere to Go  3:27
10.  The Supernatural Sign  4:52
11.  Just for Fun  5:07
12.  Ma Cherie  5:49
13.  Dreams Never Die  6:35
  
Total Running Time:  56:23

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From: ROB GARCIA Date: February 18, 2004 at 12:51
3rd album and a change of monicker to valentine, why? i wish i knew;anyway this is very much like the earlier albums although i would describe this one as a little more experimental and less straight forward.the use of a grand piano is quite noticeable throughout the whole affair but dont fear as the keyboards are still present and in abundance.great tunes and top notch production makes this an essential purchase to all those who enjoyed the 1st two albums.recommended.

From: koogles Date: February 24, 2004 at 17:02
Robby stands on his piano and reaches to the heavens. Only a pompous clown would attempt this stunt and not back it up with some of the most overblown, massive sounding material of his career. That's right-'God' is one of the BIGGEST, MOST EPIC sounding songs ever! With mounds of orchestration, phenomenal production and a billion voices backing him up (Bohemian Rhapsody-style), Robbie sounds 10 feet tall. While the other tracks are good, they fail to match this triumphant 6-minute tour de force.

From: ROB GARCIA Date: February 18, 2004 at 12:51
3rd album and a change of monicker to valentine, why? i wish i knew;anyway this is very much like the earlier albums although i would describe this one as a little more experimental and less straight forward.the use of a grand piano is quite noticeable throughout the whole affair but dont fear as the keyboards are still present and in abundance.great tunes and top notch production makes this an essential purchase to all those who enjoyed the 1st two albums.recommended.

From: koogles Date: February 24, 2004 at 17:02
Robby stands on his piano and reaches to the heavens. Only a pompous clown would attempt this stunt and not back it up with some of the most overblown, massive sounding material of his career. That's right-'God' is one of the BIGGEST, MOST EPIC sounding songs ever! With mounds of orchestration, phenomenal production and a billion voices backing him up (Bohemian Rhapsody-style), Robbie sounds 10 feet tall. While the other tracks are good, they fail to match this triumphant 6-minute tour de force.

From: TIM (2) Date: May 26, 2004 at 14:13
Marginally more experimental, but still a true genuine classic CD. I gave this 9/10 when reviewing this for a UK Rock Mag I used to write for (Frontiers) and got letters from some of his fans saying he'd sold out to Progressive music, but that's nonsense. It's still AOR, and stuff like 'Just For Fun' is as immediate as anything he's ever produced.

From: TIM (2) Date: June 9, 2004 at 3:56
P.s. Think the change of monicker to Valentine was to do with the availability of the name, as the other band had split. I understand he always wanted to be called this, as I guess it gave some credit to the other musicians. The CD actually has 15 tracks on it, '!' is the 14th and the stunning instrumental 'Remi' is the 15th (unlisted) track.

From: zinatra99gt Date: October 14, 2004 at 16:15
Hey Koogles I saw that you had this on one of your ebay auctions....just wondering if I could buy this from you instead of bidding on it. I really don't like using ebay...bad experiences. Anything associated with Zinatra, or Robby Valentine is awesome. Robby Valentine's music is the reason I went back to AOR and classic hard rock and roll music. They are totally musical gods who need to be recognized to the fullest. Long live Zinatra, Mennon, Robby Valentine, and I can't forgot Dalton. Peace out

From: hair metal again Date: October 10, 2014 at 1:25
very good release by VALENTINE ,but not as his previous ones mainly due to lack of more hard rockin songs!Robby showed more his influences and his love for piano and big pomp moments and as a resul his music became a bit boring and thin in some moments!Of course he is extremely talented and overall he manages to deliver some excellent songs like 'just for fun","god" and "where do we go from here"!recommended


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