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Title: Diamond Blue
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Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)
Catalog Number: FR CD 475
guitars, bass, keyboards
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: August 4, 2010 at 6:19|
|I am hypnotized..i am mezmerised..Hey not bad at all!!..Good melodies! Good goin' Terry!
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: August 17, 2010 at 0:40|
|Great AOR! by The Legendary AOR singer of the Immortal Scotland AOR band Strangeways 'Diamond Blue, Jessie's Gone, No More Mr Nice Guy, The Rain, Face in the Crowd, Too Young & Broken' my hits! a great album! Thanks Terry Brock! 90/100.
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||Date: August 27, 2010 at 15:08|
|The AOR/MR world is definitely being spoilt for Terry Brock related releases this year - the latest Giant disc (very good it is too), a forthcoming new Strangeways album in October (can't wait for that one) and this new solo album aswell. Accompanied by Mike Slamer throughout, 'Diamond Days' is choc to the brim with quality songs, with 'Jessie's Gone (co-written with Strangeways Ian Stewart), the title track, 'Face In The Crowd', 'Soldier Calls' & 'Too Young' being some of the songs that really jump out at you initially. 'Diamond Days' is generally a great mix of uptempo stuff and some great ballads and I can honestly say there isn't anywhere near a bad song on here. Time will tell if this is better than than Slamer's 'Nowhere Land' disc, but on first few spins it definitely runs it close.
||Date: August 29, 2010 at 9:33|
|An absolute monster of a release ! This one will be very VERY high up on my list of faves in 2010.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: August 31, 2010 at 21:28|
|Awesome!!!!.strong,solid,melodic,catchy...the 'maestro' is back with another solo release (his second one actually) after the album he did with Giant (awesome too )...is he going to continue as the lead vocalist there???..anyway,is very nice to have him recording his solo stuff because here is where he really shows us his quality as a musician...'Diamond Blue' loved it!!!,great song with a wonderful chorus and a little touch of modern rock(i'm not very keen on it but Brock does it in such a pleasant way that u forget this issue of modern sound),'Jessie's Gone' is a highlight,'No More Mr Nice Guy' rocks and also has powerful backing vocals,'The Rain' is a nice ballad,'Face In The Crowd' is excellent,'Too Young' is another very good rocky song that easily is a highlight too,'Soldier Falls' is a strong beautiful ballad and to end the album another ballad (this one acoustically)'Face The Night'..highly recommended album and waitin' 4 that supposedly Strangeways reunion...95/100
||Date: September 4, 2010 at 4:23|
|Great album by Terry Brock. Why & Soldier Falls are my favorites, but there many good songs in here. A very pleasant CD. 7.5/10
||Date: September 4, 2010 at 4:27|
|A little disappointment. I adore Strangeways & Slamer`s Promised Land, but here`s nothing extraordinary. Some good songs & some mediocre. Too trivial! 6,5/10
||Date: September 5, 2010 at 13:44|
|Very enjoyable release! Only one track I don't care for and that is No More Mister Nice Guy! I find the guitar too grunchy sounding, Also the song sticks out like a sore thumb as it does not flow with the rest of the CD. Other than that the sound is great and songs like Jessie's Gone & Broken are great songs 9/10
||Date: September 18, 2010 at 15:19|
|Awesome, this is the best cd of the year, and maybe of many past years. Everything fits here, great arrangement in the songs, Mike Slamer at his very best, Terry Brock proving he's one of the best voices in the business, and a flawless and powerful production. Buy, buy, buy !!!
||Date: September 25, 2010 at 13:38|
|Great AOR album!
||Date: November 21, 2010 at 10:25|
|That's a Slamer/Denander album with a great voice IMO.Not great as the debut but a must,too.
||Date: January 2, 2011 at 14:46|
|Great album! Title song is the best of course because you like for the first time you hear it, it's something rarely seen in any music I think. It's AOR but very concrete and powerful one. Great rockers and ballads too. Terry doesn't lose his talent at all on this cd!
|From: Pee Dee
||Date: January 9, 2011 at 19:08|
|Just heard this. Bloody Awesome. This is truly classic AOR with quality musicianship. Is it 'Walk in the Fire?' Not quite - but darn close! Tracks the likes of 'It's You' and 'Broken' are slices of the melodies of yesterday (When crotchets, quavers and minims were still a factor in the days before(C)RAP). It's such a shame that the long-awaited Brock-Strangeways reunion turned out to be so dull and tuneless. But as for this one - simply amazing. (93/100)
||Date: January 19, 2011 at 14:47|
|I'm lost inside amazing sounds Of Slamer's tune I'm hypnotized, I'm mesmerized Mike knows it's true I realized I can't disguise I love that dude To all those who love Mike's playing as I do...
|From: hair metal again
||Date: September 4, 2011 at 13:05|
|this was a big surprise!fantastic hard rock release by TERRY BROCK with the valuable help of the talented MIKE SLAMER.very good production,catchy songs,clever melodies and great guitar work make DIAMOND BLUE one of the best of 2010 for sure!"jessie s gone","diamond blue" ,"broken" and "it s you" are great indeed!a must have for me
|From: Reverend Mayhem
||Date: November 23, 2012 at 13:23|
|Fantastic overall disc by Terry, with no small input from guitar whiz Mike Slamer (who is something of the unsung star of the album). Glistening production throughout. Terry is in great voice, and the songs very tuneful. My only complaint is the lyrics, which could really use some help -- pretty trite, on the whole. I'm not asking for meaningful poetic ponderings on the nature of the universe, but geez -- something more sophisticated than what can be heard from a sixteen-year-old schoolboy would be an improvement. As usual, Slamer sounds fantastic. Standout song for me is "Face In The Crowd," with "Broken" coming in a close second. Overall: 90 / 100
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