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Mystic Healer

Mystic Healer

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Category: AOR

Year: 1998

Label: Mtm Music (Germany)

Catalog Number: 199665

Average Rating: 78 / 100 (17 ratings)

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Personnel
Mark Mangold keyboards, backing vocals
Todd Googing vocals, piano
Al Fritsch guitars, bass, backing vocals
Chuck Bonfante drums
Randy Jackson guitars and backing vocals
Bruce Kulick guitars on track 3
Bob Kulick guitars on tracks 6 and 8
Tony Bruno guitar solo on track 5
Jeff Allen bass on tracks 2 and 11
D.L. Byron 12-string guitar on track 4
Dave Ogrin bass on track 8
Chuck Burgee drums on track 3
Tamara Champlin backing vocals
Michael Bolton backing vocals
Pepe Castro backing vocals
Joe Cerisano backing vocals
Michael Bolton backing vocals
Pepe Castro backing vocals
Joe Cerisano backing vocals
Nicky Hopkins backing vocals
Tracks
1.  Crossed My Heart  4:37   Listen!
2.  If You Ever Fall  4:51   Listen!
3.  Tonight  4:57   Listen!
4.  You Hold My Heart  5:13   Listen!
5.  You Never Know With Magic  4:17   Listen!
6.  Standin' in the Line of Fire  5:23   Listen!
7.  I Am the One  4:43   Listen!
8.  Never Say Never  5:32   Listen!
9.  Can't Wait on Love  4:49   Listen!
10.  Live Wire  4:27   Listen!
11.  It Must Be Love  4:44   Listen!
  
Total Running Time:  53:33

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From: freddy de keyze Date: March 31, 2003 at 8:03
Anything with the great Mark Mangold on board is FANTASTIC. So this one to is very, very good, although I prefer Drive SHe Said. I haven't heard yet the new Drive She Said, but it is ordered and I think it will be another masterpiece. Mark is probably the greatest talent in the current AOR scene !!

From: Scandinavia Date: October 15, 2003 at 5:57
Well, well, well....What an interesting line up...Can anybody tell me what this sounds like??? Anywhere near "Drive She Said"???

From: Shoemaker Date: October 16, 2003 at 8:21
Yes, all Mangold products sound like Drive She said, poppy, melodic, hard rock. THe album is ok.

From: AOR freaky Date: December 11, 2003 at 10:50
Scandinavia, this is a real must for you ! As always, what we get here is real fine AOR from Mark Mangold. The man is a pure genius, so it has to be good !

From: koogles Date: January 30, 2004 at 16:56
The name's Mystic Healer but there's nothing mystic about the sound: vintage Drive, She Said. Assembly-line AOR with some Steve Perry vocal influence, namely, "You Hold My Heart" and "Crossed My Heart". Fans of Departure's "Corporate Wheel" can also buckle up for a cool AOR ride.

From: rocketron Date: May 25, 2004 at 9:04
If Michael Bolton had sung lead instead of a few backing vocals on this it would have been a good follow-up to his "Everybodys Crazy" opus.Great backing musicians here.

From: Scandinavia Date: November 7, 2004 at 18:03
Magnificent album!! No less than 10/10 from me...It doesn't get any better AOR wise...

From: Geoff Date: January 10, 2005 at 5:20
This CD reminds me of tickling my balls with a feather. Both are amusing and both very light on the entertainment side. This is a very lite album. I'm not a fan of Drive She Said at all, but think they have about 4 decent songs spanned accross the first two CDs. That said, this CD sounds like DSS out-takes and IMO is just a bunch of keyboard driven fillers. Sorry guys, really am but they're my thoughts. Very poor album IMO.

From: Scandinavia Date: May 9, 2005 at 16:16
Hmmmm...Well, it actually contains some D,SS outtakes but I think the quality is VERY high here...Production could've been better but the talent of Mark Mangold completely compensates for that fact... I LOVE THIS ALBUM!!!

From: ROBERT Date: March 23, 2006 at 13:27
Algunos buenos temas el d MYSTIC HEALER en especial el super-acojonante: LIVE WIRE y sobre todo muy buen vocalista TODD GOOGING!! Un buen disco d A.O.R. sobre todo si tenemos en cuenta la fecha!! Se nota el talento del gran Mark Mangold!!

From: Rycheage Date: January 15, 2007 at 23:27
Fantastic poppy AOR in the vein of Drive, She Said and Departure. Steve Perry-type vocals highlight this enjoyable fluff disc. It is quite enjoyable just not everyone's cup of tea.

From: YIRO SEVENTH Date: June 28, 2007 at 18:52
MUY BUEN DISCO!! Claro que si. Muy buenas composiciones, aunque si bien, algunas carezcan de gancho, tenemos excelentes temazos como la inicial "Crosed My Heart" y "If You Ever Fall" que muestran muy buenas melodías y arreglos y hacen que el disco gane puntos con sucesivas escuchas. Aqui Mark Mangold me parece mejor que con DRIVE SHE SAID; Todd Googing a ratos me suena a Steve Perry. Disco para TENER EN CUENTA

From: juan carlos Date: August 5, 2007 at 12:19
Grandioso disco, para mí un clásico y a la altura del 1º de DSS y claro que sí, suenan mucho a ellos. Todd Googing me suena mas a Al Fritsch. Teclados muy presentes y quien más pues que Mark Mangold para decantarnos con eso. Hey Yiro "It Must Be Love" y "Live Wire" tambien MUY buenas aunque en sí todo el disco es una pasada. Si te encantan los DSS entonces Mystic Healer te va a encantar asi de clarito. saludos, 9/10

From: coverdale14 Date: July 18, 2008 at 12:44
OF COURSE THIS EASY COULD BE A DRIVE SHE SAID CD,BECAUSE ALL THE SONGS EXCEPT ONE, ARE OF THE DRIVE SHE SAID ERA DEMOS,"CROSSED MY HEART" OPENS REMINDS US ON VOCALS AL FRITSCH, GREAT JOB BY TODD GOOGING YES A MIX BETWEEN STEVE PERRY AND AL FRITSCH,"IF YOU EVER FALL" ONE OF MY FAVS AOR WITH CLASS, "TONIGHT" ANOTHER HIGHLIGHT AOR MOMENT,"YOU HOLD MY HEART" ANOTHER FAVS KILLER SONG,"YOU NEVER KNOW WITH MAGIC" REMINDS THE TOUCH ERA GREAT POMP AOR, AGREE WITH AOR FREAKY: MARK MANGOLD IS THE MAN WITH THE MAGIC, A COMPLETE MUSICIAN, ONE OF THE BEST KEYBOARD PLAYERS IN THE AOR SCENE. THIS CD DOESN'T SOUND RECOREDED IN 1998, FOR ME IT'S PURE AOR 80'S. LONG LIVE TO THAT DUO MARK MANGOLD-AL FRITSCH.

From: DanDare Date: August 23, 2008 at 18:40
I agree with Geoff. I bought this album because I loved the first Sign album and read the reviews on this page. Frankly Mr Shankly I wouldn't give you the steam off me piss for this one. It's rubbish. Call me old fashioned but shouldn't Melodic Rock come with some melody and rock at least even if it's only a little bit? 20/100 and that's only because I feel sorry for them.

From: peter-poland Date: October 7, 2008 at 12:09
AOR with a touch of pop and pomp. For fans of DSS (If you're a DSS fan, and you're afraid you won't like it, no way. It's not gonna happen.) Also reminds me a bit of Agent(Canada) and Michael Bolton (The Hunger era). Very good album,worth owning (but those who like it HARD,and don't like keyboard driven AOR should avoid it Oh, and "It Must Be Love " is a rewritten DSS's song "It's Gonna Take a Miracle" from Drivin Wheel album.

From: Photochromic Steve Date: November 6, 2008 at 17:19
Decent AOR in the vein of Drive She Said - hardly surprising really. Like nearly all Mark Mangold's offerings, just about every song goes on at least 30 seconds too long - some just repeat and repeat and could do with being trimmed by a minute! The album has a running time of 53 minutes, but would be much better at 45 minutes.


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