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Category: Pomp AOR
Label: Sony Music (Japan)
Catalog Number: SRCS 9464
|1.||Penny for Your Dreams||4:39|
|2.||(I Love You) I'm Not Afraid Anymore||3:09|
|5.||Tried Every Trick||2:57|
|Total Running Time:||37:02|
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|From: dannyrock||Date: February 1, 2004 at 13:09|
|for all aor fans out there this guy resembles robert plant from led zeppelin soft but their work is good to listening (a must seeking cd)thanks.|
|From: Becky||Date: February 14, 2004 at 16:08|
|wow.. memories of Boise, Idaho and the guys with the big hair from Seattle. even fonder memories of a very unique drummer! can't wait to hear it again.|
|From: Rycheage||Date: March 11, 2004 at 0:11|
|This album stands alone as an interesting combination of pomp rock a la early Kansas and Starcastle, and harder guitar based heavy rock. True that two of the tunes can be compared to Led Zeppelin, those being 'Tried Every Trick' and 'Helen Betty', but the rest of the record sits comfortably alongside the finer moments of the aforementioned Kansas, Trillion and Avalon.|
|From: zoni||Date: January 6, 2006 at 16:25|
|One of the best forgotten albums of the 70's and one of the most important bands in Seattle rock history. Great piano based medium weight melodic rock tunes but also some rocking guitar tracks. Outstanding production quality with tasteful orchestrations that really fit. All the members had extensive live and studio experience which made them a local supergroup of sorts. The singer Bob Marcy looked a bit like Robert Plant but sounds much sweeter. I really hope this comes out on CD again soon!|
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