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MAN DOKI "PEOPLE IN ROOM NO.8" CD NEW+
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Man Doki ‎– People In Room No. 8 CD 1997 SEALED Rare German import
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Man Doki / People in Room No. 8 (Polystar 537 213-2) CD
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Man Doki

People in Room No. 8

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Category: Jazz/Westcoast AOR

Year: 1997

Label: Polystar Plus (Germany)

Catalog Number: 537 213-2

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Personnel
Leslie Mandoki vocals, drums, percussion
Laszlo Bencker keyboards, piano, organ

Ian Anderson vocals, flute
Jack Bruce vocals, bass
David Clayton-Thomas vocals
Bobby Kimball vocals
Chaka Khan vocals
Joshua Kadison vocals
Nik Kershaw vocals, guitars
Peter Maffay vocals
Guru rap
Al Di Meola guitars
Steve Lukather guitars
Mike Stern guitars
Steve Khan guitars
George Kopecsni guitars, backing vocals
Pino Palladino bass
Anthony Jackson bass
Victor Bailey bass
Bill Evans saxophones
The Brecker Brothers horns and saxophones
Tracks
1.  Let the Music Show You the Way  4:27
2.  The Journey Is Long  5:43
3.  On And On  5:01
4.  Diggin Down Too Deep  5:46
5.  Nothing or Everything  5:23
6.  I Believe  4:31
7.  Am I Strong Enough?  4:06
8.  Everyday  3:32
9.  Borrowed Love  4:49
10.  Where I Was Born  3:26
11.  Reborn Desire  4:02
12.  Rainbow Angel  3:46
13.  Never Give In  4:28
14.  If We Try  7:23
15.  Back to Budapest  3:06
16.  Hold on to Your Dreams  3:41
  
Total Running Time:  73:10

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Noel Date: April 27, 2004 at 3:03
An interesting album. Part Jazz-Lite, part pop balladeering, with an eclectic line-up. Overall it tends to the West Coast laid back LA Express meets Hungary feel, but that doesn't make it bad. In fact, its a good relaxing and occasionally exciting listen with some stellar playing sprinkled here and there.


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