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Artist: St. Clair

Title: St. Clair

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Category: AOR

Year: 1997

Label: MTM Records (Germany)

Catalog Number: 199625

Personnel

Scott St. Clair Sheets guitar
Ron Corbett vocals, guitar
Ron Wikso drums
Tim Pierce additional guitar
Josquin Despres bass
Scott Gorham keyboards
Jimmy Crespo additional guitar
Craig Zarkos drums
Nick Vincent drums
Bob Mair bass
Mick Smiley keyboards
Rick Delano additional guitar
Frank Briggs drums
Bill Newkirk bass
Todd Jasmine keyboards
Rudy Sarzo bass
Wayne Cook keyboards
John Phillip Shenale keyboards
George Marinelli additional guitar
Vinnie Colaiuta drums
Jerry Goodman violin
Donnie Nossof bass

Tracks

1.  3 Words  4:37   Listen
2.  San Fernando  4:52   Listen
3.  Stay  4:37   Listen
4.  Fire and Ice  4:05   Listen
5.  After the Fire  4:00   Listen
6.  Siren Song  4:19   Listen
7.  Not for Me to Say  2:57   Listen
8.  Wise  4:20   Listen
9.  Something for Somebody  4:55   Listen
10.  Shadow of Myself  5:13   Listen
11.  Rocket to the Promised Land  3:18   Listen
12.  Turn the Wheel  4:46   Listen
  
Total Running Time:  51:59

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Existing comments about this CD

From: robert Date: January 19, 2004 at 21:34
Vaya ristra d musicos para un disco mas bien mediocre, aunq reconozco q solo lo e escuxao 3 veces.. un 6 d 10!!

From: ROB GARCIA Date: January 26, 2004 at 10:37
nice album of acoustic based aor with a good set of songs although you get the feeling that they couldve done better in the songwritting department;theres nothing earth shattering in here but this will do just fine for those relaxing moments.

From: Geoff Date: September 19, 2004 at 21:01
One of those albums which is worth a song alone. Ask me about 'Stay' and I will weep openly to you about it being one of the best songs ever recorded and that it is a melodic gem - perfectly written and worthy of the world of praise. Ask me about the rest of the album and I will point out a nice leaf in the tree you are standing in front of. It's not that bad, just average AOR, reminds me of Public Domain. Decent, but own 'Stay' if you can.

From: rbrigade Date: February 9, 2009 at 12:31
It's funny saying Stay is one of the best tracks ever recorded when it's actually totally worthless and followd by the two strongest compositions on the album, the cover of Pat Benatar's Fire and Ice, which Scott St. Clair Sheets has actually co-written, and After the fire, another nice AOR song. Sadly most of the album is way too boring...6/10

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: June 18, 2011 at 3:03
Good AOR/Melodic Rock, "After the Fire, Shadow of Myself, 3 Words & Fire and Ice" 4 Super tracks, 80/100.


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