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BOWES AND MORLEY Moving Swiftly Along 2002 JAPAN CD w/OBI AOR THUNDER TERRAPLANE
BOWES AND MORLEY Moving Swiftly Along 2002 JAPAN CD w/OBI AOR THUNDER TERRAPLANE
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Bowes and Morley

Moving Swiftly Along

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Category: AOR

Year: 2002

Label: Eagle Records

Catalog Number: EAGCD226

Average Rating: 58 / 100 (5 ratings)

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Personnel
Daniel Bowes vocals
Luke Morley guitars
Chris Childs bass
Dave Moore keyboards
John Tonks drums
Tracks
1.  Freakshow  
2.  Hypnotized  
3.  Something About My Baby  
4.  Powertripping  
5.  Don't Take Your Love Away  
6.  Dancing the Night Away  
7.  You're Drifting Away  
8.  Hesitate  
9.  Change  
10.  The River of Life  
11.  Better Times  
12.  Sick and Tired  
13.  I'd Take the Stars Out of the Sky  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: freddy de keyze Date: September 19, 2002 at 3:05
I'll be short, this is the most boring stuff you can imagine. Don't call it AOR, please, this is acoustic based pop and don't add it to your list. Thunder was better !

From: Firechicken Date: September 19, 2002 at 7:02
This is excellent example of classic AOR. AOR at it's finest, if you buy only one AOR album this lunar cycle, make it be this one. I would buy this myself if I had 2 pfennigs to rub together but alas, I am a poor street urchin and I have only a few centiliters of lambic and a half-eaten mallo-mar.

From: Andy Date: January 30, 2003 at 22:44
It's pretty good - different to Thunder but 'Hesitate' and 'Change' are excellent. Takes a couple of listens but well worth it - recommended.

From: CC Date: October 23, 2004 at 10:47
No point releasing a side project if it sounds just like the main band is there. Wont appeal to all Thunder fans,but those who appreciate the fact Thunder has many influences will prolly enjoy this more laid back disc!


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