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Artist: Barry Goudreau

Title: Barry Goudreau

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Category: AOR

Year: 1980

Label: Portrait Records

Catalog Number: PRT-84449

Personnel

Barry Goudreau guitars, vocals
Brad Delp vocals
Fran Cosmo vocals
Sib Hashian drums

Tracks

1.  Hard Luck  
2.  Nothin' to Lose  
3.  What's a Fella to Do  
4.  Mean Woman Blues  
5.  Leavin' Tonight  
6.  Dreams  
7.  Life Is What We Make It  
8.  Sailin' Away  
9.  Cold Cold World  

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From: ROB GARCIA Date: January 17, 2004 at 9:46
v.good album by the boston axeman.soundwise it reminds me of the first boston album but obviously not as good,still you get some pretty good tunes in here like 'nothing to lose' or 'leaving tonight'.if you like bostons debut then this is up your alley;give it a couple of spins before you judge it and see what you think.

From: Brian Mc Date: October 12, 2004 at 23:39
This lp is definatly worth every penny you pay for it. On certain nights I swear I can hear Tom Scholz playing on it. It's got that Boston thing about it for sure. 'Dreams' is fantastic. This is a perfect example of a good lp that got no spin to speak of.

From: Doug Date: January 2, 2007 at 18:00
I've had this LP since it came out in 1980 and over the weekend I stumbled on it as a CD and bought it. Fran Cosmo's voice takes awhile to get used to, but overall is a fun listen. Brad Delp can sing circles around everyone. Too bad Goudreau couldn't do more on his own.

From: Leafsfan97 Date: March 10, 2007 at 12:02
We lost the greatest vocalist in Rock and Roll yesterday. God Speed Brad RIP

From: Photochromic Steve Date: November 24, 2008 at 18:29
A few decent songs on this one - Hard luck, What's a fella to do, Cold, cold world, Dreams, Nothing to lose - but they really should have left all the vocals to Brad Delp.

From: juan carlos Date: October 14, 2010 at 13:57
Good AOR album that if you love Boston then you will like this one, as simple as that "Dreams" and "Nothin' to Lose" are my favorite tracks, cool Catchy Tunes àla Boston of course. R.I.P Brad Delp. 8/10


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