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Category: Melodic Hard Rock
Mark Blythe bass guitar|
Mike Claudio drums
James Welch lead vocals
Jack Jaxxon Schwarz guitars, co-producer, engineer
|1. ||Wait ||4:03|
|2. ||Call on Me ||5:04|
|3. ||Thick and Thin ||5:24|
|4. ||Living for the Moment ||4:49|
|5. ||Reaching for You ||3:22|
|6. ||Dear Child ||4:45|
|7. ||Awakenings ||1:43|
|8. ||Lost in Yesterday ||4:12|
|9. ||Winner Takes It All ||6:40|
|10. ||By My Side ||4:48|
|11. ||Black Cat Crawl ||4:57|
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|Total Running Time:|| 49:47|
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Heavy Harmonies Review|
||Date: March 16, 2003 at 4:17|
|So what's going on in Arizona? If this CD is any indication, they've got some good music going on down there. Fire Alley's debut CD is quite solid for a self-produced effort. A nice mix of both mid-tempo numbers and melodic ballads, the band shows it is capable of performing multiple styles equally well (it would have been nice to hear them "rock out" on at least one number, if nothing else but to hear what they're capable of doing at that end of the musical spectrum).|
Building on a '70s base with a hint of blues from time to time, this band cranks out a very capable brand of melodic rock. If I had to sum up the band's sound in one swell foop, I'd call it a "stripped back version of Styx". At times the songs have a bit of a "demoish" sound to them, and you can hear where various parts need a bit more depth and polish. This will come in time (and budget). Overall a very good start!
Existing comments about this CD
||Date: December 10, 2004 at 13:54|
|Hi Dan. Yes there are some very cool bands here in AZ. Check out this band www.terashain.com. Can't go wrong with the music from these guys very 80's and 90's good rock n roll. There cd is really worth getting. Very cheap also. Check it out.Later.
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