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Label: King Biscuit / BMG
Catalog Number: 88034
|1.||If Love Should Go|
|3.||One Way Street|
|4.||Everything Is Changing|
|5.||Cold Hearted Woman|
|6.||So Far Away|
|7.||Lonely Woman's Cry|
|10.||I'm Not Alone Anymore|
|11.||Streets Of Desire|
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|From: Rockhead||Date: March 22, 2005 at 3:11|
|Ann early concert recording from Streets. Featuring songs from the debut 1st the band are heavier live. A solid if uninspiring set-this will appeal to fans of Streets, Seventh Key and indeed anything featuring Slammer. It IS great to hear him live. I would have preferred a live set featuring Crimes In Mind material as that would have been very interesting in a live environment. WOrth getting but not life changing.|
|From: Remastered Reason||Date: January 13, 2006 at 19:48|
|If your new to discovering Streets & looking for Walsh & company to dust off even a hint of Kansas type material with progressive epics, forget it. Obviously, Kansas was the furthest thing from his mind by this point. Not much deviation from the studio songs on the first Streets cd but there may be a little more edge on a few tunes towards the end of the set. This live document is pretty much a striaght forward average rock affair & in hindsight, a reminder that Walsh wasn't going to cut it with|
|From: ROBERT||Date: January 27, 2006 at 11:48|
|Q buenisimo directo, q por cierto yo lo tengo pirata bajo el nombre d SHAKEDOWN, una verdadera gozada para los sentidos...|
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