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Artist: John Parr

Title: Under Parr

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Category: AOR

Year: 1996

Label: Bud Music

Catalog Number: CHP 61514


John Parr Vocals, Guitar
Jim Williams Guitar
Graham Broad Drums
Richard Cottle Keyboards
Michael Thompson Guitar
Mike Baird Drums
Eric Moon Keyboards
Graham Brierton Bass
Nigel Hitchcock Sax
Geoff Whitehorn Guitar
Gerry Stephenson Keyboards
Alan Park Keyboards
Kevin Savigar Keyboards
Danny Wood Keyboards
Chris Marra Guitar
Matt Bissonette Keyboards


1.  Bad Blood  5:26
2.  Ball And Chain  4:43
3.  Secrets  5:41
4.  Makin Love To Your Answer Machine  5:10
5.  Forgiveness Instrumental  0:54
6.  We All Make Mistakes  3:29
7.  Time  5:05
8.  Hours,Minutes And Sex  5:28
9.  4 Letter Word  4:34
10.  Family Tree  4:35
11.  It Ain't The Size Of The Boat  4:22
12.  The River Runs Deep  3:58
Total Running Time:  53:25

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Existing comments about this CD

From: rocky Date: June 23, 2004 at 13:33
a much more pop orientated album compared to the two later ones( man with a mission, running the endless mile),but there are some good tunes here too." ball and chain, secrets and we all make mistakes"

From: dropix Date: August 30, 2004 at 14:20
It's not sound like old Parr who signs nauhgty naughty It's sound like a John Parr without balls :/

From: dropix Date: September 1, 2004 at 9:52
sorry for my english :/

From: edwithmj Date: August 17, 2008 at 19:44
To be honest, I was quite disappointed with this. After the magnificent Man With A Vision album I was expecting a killer but this is just pop and is only on this site because his other albums are rock. The only songs worth having a listen to are Bad Blood and Four Letter Word but really this isn't rock.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 28, 2010 at 19:00
I partially agree with 2 of the comments above (rocky & edwithmj)obviously this album lacks of extremely great songs like the ones you can find in Parr's previous releases but still offers some good pop rock songs here and there...still the man can compose interesting tracks such as the opener "Bad Blood" which is a smooth & one,"Ball & Chain" is excellent,"Making Love To Your Answer Machine" is a highlight and is one of the most original song title ever! ,"We All Make Mistakes" is a beauty one along with "Time","4 Letter Word" has a catchy rhythm & "The River Runs Deep" is a decent ending song...pleasant album to have 4 sure...actually the 4 albums of John Parr listed here at HH are worth having them...90/100

From: edwithmj Date: August 3, 2011 at 17:50
This has actually grown on me over the years and I now agree with Rick above. It's sort of like a modern AOR album with quite a few memorable moments. Time, Secrets, Ball And Chain, Bad Blood and Four Letter Word are great tracks and the rest is decent AOR too with Forgiveness being a nice sentimental instrumental piece. I wish I could delete my old comment but what's done is done.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 3, 2011 at 20:57
Do not worry edwithmj ...these things happen...sometimes we have to give a record some spins before having a real concept about it or we simply stick to our first opinions...cheers mate

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