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Artist: Everest

Title: One Step Away

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Everest One Step Away Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1985

Label: Long Island Records (Germany)

Catalog Number: LIRC 00076


Ric McDonald bass, lead vocals, bass pedals
Frank Reid keyboards, vocals
Jim Maclellan drums
Don Gaze guitars


1.  One Step Away  
2.  I'll Never Let You Go  
3.  How Does It Feel  
4.  Hold Me  
5.  Will Your Love Last Forever  
6.  Runnin' On  
7.  We're All in This Together  
8.  Fugitive  
9.  Stand Up  
10.  Coming Back for More  

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From: Date: December 26, 2003 at 16:57

From: journey Date: May 9, 2004 at 6:22
(---.lmp.e-global.gr)...........you are crazy!!! "GOOD BUT THERE ARE MORE BETTER"!!! this group is fantastic!!! this and the first albums are masterpiece!!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: September 10, 2005 at 1:59
Good AOR album, ah!!! los 80's quedaran siempre marcados por toda la eternidad, albums como este lo hacen asi, Hold Me, Runnin' On, One Step Away, Will Your Love Last Forever buenos cortes de AOR, claro que la mitad del album esta hecho con baladas pero con buen gusto, un grupo que recuerda a Charlie, con algunos toques Progresivos, buen album.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 18, 2010 at 18:27
Hey Rafooo!!!..your comment here is accurate!!..in my case i really enjoyed this one too,plenty of catchy songs along with beautiful ballads!..this kind of albums are indispensables in any self respected AOR lover (like us Rafo!)..."One Step Away" opens fire just great,a solid track,"I'll Never Let You Go" is an instant fave,"How Does It Feel" is a very nice one,"Will Your Love Last Forever" is a monster ballad,"Runnin' On" is a highlight,"We're All In This Together" is another bombastic ballad,"Stand Up" rocks the house very melodically and "Coming Back For More" closes nicely the album..in general lines a very recommended album!.95/100

From: Delbert Date: April 30, 2014 at 13:46
Excellent keyboard dominated AOR/pomp in the vein of SAGA that was part of the Long Island Classic series of the mid 90's.

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