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Joal-Whos Got The Feeling.Rare.
Joal-Whos Got The Feeling.Rare.
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Who's Got The Feeling

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 1993

Label: WEA (Germany)

Catalog Number: 4509-92142-2

Average Rating: 83 / 100 (4 ratings)

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Personnel
Joal vocals
Detlef Goy bass
Billy Liesegang guitar
Andy Malecek guitar
Michael Gerlach keyboards
Fritz Randow drums
Dieter Schnapka bass
Hans Die Geige violin
Pablo Escajola percussion
Tommy Hansen Hammond
Pascal Krawetz piano
Kai Hansen backing vocals
Stefan Hols backing vocals
Peer Johanson backing vocals
Jocelyn B. Smyth backing vocals
Tracks
1.  Give Me Back My Music  
2.  I Got This Feeling  
3.  Falling Angel  
4.  Fool  
5.  Who's Gonna Cry  
6.  This Is Love  
7.  Steel City Blues  
8.  Sand And Water  
9.  Changes  
10.  Living In Paradise  
11.  Back On My Feet Again  
12.  Keep Your Dreams Alive  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: jessica96fish Date: July 8, 2004 at 12:32
not the master peace as the s/t.this has more of a blues feel to it.but still there are rockers on here.well worth buying.

From: Brad Date: February 17, 2005 at 8:06
I was able to get this cd off e-bay, I fell in love with her voice right away. I don't have her first cd & I would love to have a copy of it. Anyone who wants to trade for her 2nd cd for her 1st, drop me a line Builttoperform@hotmail.com

From: SCANDI Date: October 2, 2005 at 13:38
Not bad, not bad.. It's quite bluesy touched rock. Very laid back enjoyable music. Comparations are not too easy but I guess Merzy or 2nd Dream Police or even the master of blues rock Gary Moore are nearest possible. "Give me back my music" is a worthwhile opener but "Give me back my music" & "Changes" rock all the same. The almighy "Steel City blues" will sadisfy rock fans as well as blues fans both. My personal favourites here are "Fool" & "Keep your dreams alive". 8,4/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 20, 2012 at 21:53
A very good follower of Joal's debut 1989 album...cool songs all over and some of them with a horn section included(tracks 1 & 2)...this woman is one hell of a singer IMO...tracks 3(southern rock feel),5(solid mid tempo)6(nice),9(rocks),10(melodic hard AOR)& 12(AORish)are some other good moments...recommended album...90/100


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