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Keven Jordan : Keven Jordan (UK Import) CD
Keven Jordan : Keven Jordan (UK Import) CD


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Keven Jordan

Keven Jordan

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Category: AOR

Year: 1994

Label: Sony

Catalog Number: CK-80194

Average Rating: 81 / 100 (6 ratings)


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Keven Jordan Vocals, Guitar
Klyph Black Bass
Greg Critchley Drums
1.  Broadway Joe  
2.  Who Knows  
3.  Say The Word  
4.  Mistaken  
5.  So Far  
6.  More Than Enough  
7.  This Is Our Time  
8.  Bought & Sold  
9.  Here I Go  
10.  Still In Wonder  

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From: peterpoland Date: September 11, 2005 at 7:23
Too bad it's not as good as his debut album which is considered to be one of the best canadian lighter aor album with hi tech elements. This albums is softer, less AORish. Almost no hi-tech elements involved. Based on acoustic guitars and piano. It's more westcoast oriented. THe production is good, and some songs are very good ( Here I go, Mistaken ). But if you heard No sign of rain album, probably you will be disappointed. KEEEEEEEEEEEVEN COME BACK WITH SOME ''NO SIGN OF RAIN'' STUFF PLEASE!

From: AOR freaky Date: September 12, 2005 at 6:15
Indeed peterpoland, his 'No Sign Of Rain' album is stunning. Great singer/songwriter AOR stuff. This one is a bit disappointing. A bit too safe and therefore sometimes boring.

From: KEven Date: October 31, 2005 at 12:54
PETER: I agree with you. I'm without a recording deal right now but I still write, and if given the chance will finally do a record that should have followed No Sign of Rain, not the average one I did put out. AOR FREAKY: you're right also...Safe and boring. I appreciate the honesty, I will do beter next time out! Thanks very much Keven Jordan

From: Ryan Date: February 3, 2009 at 6:15
I have to admit, I do like this album A LOT. It took a few listens to sink in but I think, bar a couple of songs, it's a worthy successor to "No Sign Of Rain". The lyrics are very deep, much like his previous effort, and it's just great to be honest!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 10, 2012 at 16:48
A step down if you compare it with his "No Sign Of Rain"...less AOR and more into soft rock but for me it was a fine release anyway..."Broadway Joe"(nice),"Say The Word","Mistaken","More Than Enough" & "Still In Wonder"(nice) are my faves...83/100

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