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Title: Michael Morales
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Label: Wing Records
Catalog Number: 835810-2
lead vocals, guitars, bass, drums, keyboards
lead guitar (on tracks 5 & 8)
|1. ||I Don't Want You No More |
|2. ||Who Do You Give Your Love To |
|3. ||Eighteen |
|4. ||I Don't Know |
|5. ||Cry,Cry,Cry |
|6. ||Romeo |
|7. ||What I Like About You |
|8. ||I Only Want To Look Into Your Eyes |
|9. ||Hey Lori |
|10. ||Way To Go Baby |
|11. ||Wont You Come Home |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: ROB GARCIA
||Date: March 13, 2004 at 17:15|
|as far as solo albums go this is definetely one of my favorites.beautifull summertime aor with loads of catchy chorus and superb melodies,this album has the hallmarks of the true classic that it is.from the day it came out until today i've heard loads of solo albums and let me tell you that very few of them could top this one;thats how good it is but then again...who i'm i to be trusted by this words? well i guess its up to you to judge for yourself.classic stuff!!!buy!!.
||Date: August 24, 2004 at 9:15|
|Fiends of AOR, if you like Starship, Steve Feehan, Journey's "Raised On Radio", Capaldi, and Glass Tiger, you must try this. Very 80ies
||Date: August 24, 2004 at 22:51|
|I love Michael Morales albums, but this is more pop than rock to me. Decent and some really cool songs. Would love to hear this beefed up, but as it is this is too poppy for me...
||Date: August 25, 2004 at 1:23|
|This is great, although I like his 2nd album "Thump" better. To BWH Indonesia, I'm sure you know that Dewa 19 ripped off "Who Do You Give Your Love To" on their first album. Ahmad Dhani once said that "Kita Tidak Sedang Bercinta Lagi" was indeed inspired by this Morales hit tune, particularly in the vocal harmonies. Oh, contact me: email@example.com
||Date: November 10, 2004 at 18:09|
|One of my favorites--Hey Lori is incredible, as is Who Do You Give Your Love to, and numerous other songs!! Incredibly catchy songs, that stick in your head!!
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: July 16, 2005 at 19:33|
|Great AOR album, claro que si un gran trabajo por parte de Michael el mejor de el sin duda, cortes buenos en todo el disco me quedo con uno la joya Way To Go Baby la ganadora del album un SUPERTEMA, otro disco altamente recomendado a conseguirlo, saludos del Ave Fenix.
|From: juan carlos
||Date: October 20, 2006 at 15:50|
|Vaya discazo! AOR con claras tendencias POP y con una producción que derrocha mucha calidad. Realmente Mr. Morales es todo un genio para que él solo se toque todos los instrumentos y demás.. "I Don´t Know" es una joya de tema y mi favorita de entre tantos temas de excelente factura, por cierto, este tema como en muchos otros me recuerdan, por momentos, al grupo de Beckett: Think Out Loud. Sorprendente AOR. 9.5/10
||Date: December 12, 2006 at 12:48|
|Another awesome artist for me.But if I must find something wrong I can say that this one it’s his worst cd IMO.It contains great moments indeed but the other next 2 releases are most consistent and they don t have any filler moment.BTW also this one is a great cd!
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: December 22, 2006 at 20:13|
|"Who do you give your love to" is magical in all senses and the video of the song is timeless.Good aor release and worth every cent.You can watch the video in youtube.Cheers!!!.
||Date: June 28, 2007 at 11:14|
|Aunque no es muy cañero me gusta más que "Thump". Coincido con la favorita de Rafo: WAY TO GO BABY!
||Date: March 21, 2010 at 11:45|
|Fantastic AOR.What a talented artist. Great voice. Superb album. Best songs for me: 2 Who Do You Give Your Love To,3 Eighteen, 4 I Don't Know,5 Cry,Cry,Cry,6 Romeo,8 I Only Want To Look Into Your Eyes, 10 Way To Go Baby,11 Wont You Come Home 92/100
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: January 27, 2011 at 20:27|
|Pleasant debut album by this fantastic artist...this one and the one that followed ("Thump") are excellent releases ..."Who Do You Give Your Love To" is his best song ever IMHO...then songs such as "Eighteen","I Don't Know"(wonderful! reminds me of the band Think Out Loud),"Cry Cry Cry"(catchy),"Romeo"(another fave along with "Who Do You..."),"Hey Lori"(superb!) & "Won't You Come Home"(catchy) are the ones that put a smile in your face...essential?,yes!..if you like the good music of course...91/100
||Date: October 24, 2021 at 22:00|
|Michael Morales has a wonderful voice and a talent for writing very catchy tunes. Who Do You Give Your Love To (super chorus), Eighteen (perfect guitars), I Don't Know (catchy vocals), Cry Cry Cry and Romeo are my favourites here. This isn't a very hard-rocking album and a lot of the purists will probably moan about it but this has established itself as essential for me since the I first listened to it a few years ago.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 25, 2021 at 15:45|
|"Who Do You Give Your Love To" was a moderate hit in the summer of '89. I think it's what they would call in the biz a "passive hit," in that it performed well enough on the charts, but wasn't a song that people were exactly burning urequest lines clamoring to hear, or pestering the local record store to carry. He followed it up with the Romantics cover which, of course,
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 25, 2021 at 15:50|
|... pales next to the original. I’ve heard that Morales went on to make his mark behind the scenes, as a producer and studio owner. This album is pretty vanilla, with AOR instrumentation and songwriting, but smothered in an echoey, robotic '80's pop production. The drums sound like drum machines, the bass sounds like a boing-boing synth pad, the guitars are loaded with chorus and reverb and delay. It sounds very plastic and disposable.
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