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Artist: Marc Jordan

Title: A Hole In The Wall

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Category: West Coast AOR

Year: 1983

Label: Sound Design Records Inc. (Japan)

Catalog Number: SDCH-1022


Marc Jordan Vocals, keyboards
Mike Baird Drums
Mike Porcaro Bass
Neil Stubenhaus bass
Steve Lukather guitar
Mike Landau guitar
Robben Ford guitar
Robbie Buchanan keyboards
Michael Bodicker keyboards, Accordian
David Foster keyboards
Ian Underwood keyboards
Lenny Castro Percussion
Jerry Hey Horns, Arrangements
Ernie Watts Saxophone
David Borliff Saxophone
Background Vocals Richard Page, Steve George


1.  Slipping Away  4:20
2.  Margarita  4:05
3.  She Used To Be My World  4:23
4.  A Hole In The Wall  4:04
5.  Where Did We Go Wrong  3:32
6.  Itīs Only Love  4:59
7.  Love Like A Wheel  3:29
8.  Thieves  4:17
9.  Dance With Me  4:15
10.  Hold On  3:07
Total Running Time:  40:31

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Existing comments about this CD

From: TIM (2) Date: July 22, 2004 at 7:49
Marc Jordan is one of my all-time favourite artists. This is a very good Jap-only ultra-smooth westcoast release, but pales next to the follow-up "Talking In Pictures" album which was a monster release. If you haven't bought his solo stuff before then the compilation "Living in Marina Del Rey" is the place to start, but westcoast fans need to have mega-classic "C.O.W" and it's nearly-as-brilliant follow-up "This is How Men Cry" from 1992.

From: West Of Sunset Date: July 28, 2004 at 22:10
I introduced this cd here the same day i received it from ebay and i have to say that this is one of the best cds iīve bought in years, it has a classy westcoast sound with great songs, for me the best is "A Hole In The Wall" and "Slipping Away". Great collaborations. I have all original cds from this man and i think this album altogheter with COW is the best perform from this fantastic musician, so i give this one a 10. Very rare to find nowadays believe me!!!.Contact:davidgilvallejo@wanadoo.es

From: TIM (2) Date: July 29, 2004 at 5:43
Hey West of Sunset, you liked this one more than "Talking Through Pictures" and "C.O.W"? I like it, but think it sounds very dated to listen to these days and is not quite as consistent with the hooks and melodies as the follow-up album. Amazing production though, as with all his 80's albums. Was a shame he decided to strip things down a little into the 90's as the album quality really suffered. I also have originals of all his albums...

From: TIM (2) Date: May 19, 2005 at 6:39
This is about to be re-issued in Japan (with AIRPLAY to follow next month - and talk of the DAVID ROBERTS to also get a re-issue). IMHO Kim Bullard was the genius behind Marc Jordan's work and wasn't involved until the following 2 magnificent albums. This has the likes of David Foster, Jay Graydon & Steve Kipner writing the songs and as such sounds very similar to Airplay rather than Jordan's other work. It's good, but a million miles from the 2 classic albums that followed. 7/10.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: September 7, 2006 at 23:49
Great Westcoast/AOR album, estoy tan clavado en el AOR que a veces me desenchufo de tantos buenos estilos del Rock como el Westcoast y Marc Jordan es uno de los mas grandes en esta movida solo miren el combo de gente que se rodea ya sabes lo que te espera Slipping Away(un TEMAZO la JOYA del disco lleno de magia recuerdo cuando vivia en Lima de niņo pasaban este corte snif!), A Hole In The Wall, Margarita mis favs un disco obligado para amantes de lo suave y con clase 9/10

From: ehyder Date: May 17, 2007 at 8:17
MAGNIFICENT westcoast album. A real must have for all fans of Maxus, Airplay, Toto and the likes. Stunning musicianship, great songwriting and a voice that deserves to be heard to be believed. Probaly in the top 20 best ever Westcoast/AOR releases ever.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 15, 2011 at 19:45
Pretty nice album...relaxed...in agreement with the friends above about the description of it(stunning,classy,ect ect ect)...the best cut for me is "Hold On" but also these ones are very likeable "Slipping Away","A Hole In The Wall","Where Did We Go Wrong","Love Like A Wheel" & "Thieves"(nice)...a good album to listen to with a good bottle of red wine and a beautiful lady beside you ...80/100

From: Kim HP Date: January 5, 2012 at 23:11
My god, has pure westcoast ever sounded better than "Margarita"? Talk about ear-candy. And the same is more or less true for the rest of the album, save for the title track which I am no big fan of at all. Also, check out the verses in the Jay Graydon co-write "Hold On" - genius! Immortal westcoast CD.

From: Carlos A. Date: April 16, 2012 at 22:37
One of the best Lite Aor albums.One word: Brilliant.

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