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Artist: Eyes of Wise

Title: Eyes of Wise

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Category: AOR

Year: 1994

Label: Long Island Classics (Germany)

Catalog Number: LIRC 00044


Lance Matthew lead guitar, lead vocals, bass
Don Schiff bass
John Snider drums

Douglas Pipes piano
Bobby Mugleston drums
Mark Nelson drums
Rick Sailon violin
Wade Barry bass


1.  Rivers of Ruins  4:17
2.  It Takes Two  7:00
3.  Young One  4:10
4.  Should I Cry  5:17
5.  Freedom  5:02
6.  Don't Take Our World  5:14
7.  Journey's End  4:36
8.  Set Them Free  5:52
9.  Neighbours  4:50
10.  Till the End  5:38
11.  Better Way  4:03
Total Running Time:  55:59

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From: rob garcia Date: January 17, 2003 at 18:57
excellent album in the vein of kansas although this sounds more atmospheric and less experimental.the songs are quite good and the production is excellent.i believe this has become quite rare to find these days but is worth the search.happy hunting!.

From: Geoff Date: March 9, 2006 at 20:27
There are a lot of CDs I don't like, which I genuinely think are bad. There are others I just don't like, but don't think they're bad. This is the latter. I think Rob is probably right above and this would appeal to some. But if you like hook-laden, riff-friendly melodic hard rock, avoid this one. I'd check out samples before ever buying it.

From: juan carlos Date: July 22, 2007 at 0:44
Lance Matthew tiene buena voz y se ayuda de 2 asiduos compañeros de Eddie Money para este monótono disco. No hay coros y temas que no varían mucho en cuanto a estilo(salvo en "Neighbours" pero para mal), no gusta del todo la verdad aunque no lo llamaría mediocre o malo. Cierto, tiene un aire atmosférico y tranquilo en la mayoría de temas. Me quedo con "Journey's End" la mejor y los 4 primeros temas. No muy pretencioso disco. 7.5/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 12, 2013 at 21:34
The Kansas comparison is quite reasonable but also at the same time the album can become boring...i mean is not bad but neither extremely good,the songs(most of them)at the end are approaching ones...1,2,3(nice),4,5,7,8,10 & 11 are songs that can get into your head but far from causing you a major impact IMO...80/100

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