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Artist: Marc Jordan

Title: Cow (Conserve Our World)

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Marc Jordan Cow (Conserve Our World) Album Cover

 

Category: AOR

Year: 1990

Label: BMG/RCA

Catalog Number: 9640-2-R

Personnel

Marc Jordan Piano, Vocals
Brenda Russell Choir
John Capek Guitar
David Batteau Choir
Renee Geyer Vocals
Nicolette Larson Choir
Martha Davis Choir
Jane Wiedlin Choir
Gene Black Guitar
Cece Bullard Choir
Kim Bullard Keyboards
Stan Bush Vocals
Candy Capek Choir
Kevin Cronin Choir
Lee Curreri Choir
Kevin Dorsey Vocals
Steve Farris Guitar
Michael Fisher Drums
Bruce Gaitsch Guitar
Steve George Choir
Bruce Gowdy Choir
Danny Jacob Guitar
Larry Klimas Choir
Kipp Lennon Vocals
Mark Lennon Vocals
Michael Lennon Vocals
Doug Macaskill Guitar
Pat Mastelotto Drums
Stuart Mathis Guitar
George Merrill Vocals
Richard Page Vocals
Shannon Rubicam Vocals
Rick Sailon Violin
Timothy B. Schmit Vocals
Jeddrah Schmit Choir
Allan Scott Choir
Billy Sherwood Choir
Amy Sky Vocals
Billy Trudell Vocals
Luther Waters Vocals
Oren Waters Vocals
Eric Williams Mandolin
Billy Ward Drums

Tracks

1.  Big Love  4:42
2.  Edge Of The World  4:36
3.  Guns Of Belfast  4:34
4.  Burning Down The Amazon  5:04
5.  Bridges In The Dark  5:11
6.  Silent Night  5:20
7.  Inside My Piano  5:34
8.  Can We Still Be Friends?  3:59
9.  Power  4:09
10.  Holding Up The Sky  4:37
  
Total Running Time:  47:46

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Existing comments about this CD

From: AOR freaky Date: July 25, 2004 at 6:26
Marc Jordan is IMO a very overrated 'AOR' artist and this is another mediocre release. Not exactly my cup of tea at all !, although it would be unfair to say this is crap. For the fans of this kind of hi-tech AOR !

From: TIM (2) Date: July 25, 2004 at 13:20
Am not quite sure what Freaky's listening to here, but this is in the top 5 in my collection of 2,500 CD's. Westcoast is the order of the day here, and Jordan does it as well as anyone. 'Talking with Pictures' and '..How Men Cry' are other essential albums from him, but this was the ultimate. Not a filler, and some extraordinary moments of AOR. Huge melodies, brilliant choruses, and intelligent lyrics. One listen to 'Burning Down the Amazon' is all you need... Killer. 10/10.

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From: Jez Date: July 25, 2004 at 13:58
Agreed Tim - absolute monster cd , although i still prefer 'Talking Through Pictures' (one of my alltime fave releases bar none).

From: AOR freaky Date: July 25, 2004 at 17:04
Sorry TIM(2) and Jez, but this does nothing to me at all ! I find it very, very average. It would even not be in my top 500 of all times, but that's just my opinion. Enjoy it, I don't like it all. After all, even if we like the same kind of music, there are sometimes big differences in taste ! Marc Jordan is mr.Nobody to me.

From: Dan Friml Date: July 25, 2004 at 18:04
I agree with TIM and Jez.. this is absolute AOR monster! Great album!

From: peter poland Date: October 29, 2004 at 13:29
Great album, as goog as Talking In Pictures which is considered as AOR classic. Check out Marc's version of well known ''Can We Still Be Friends?''

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: September 8, 2006 at 0:08
Great AOR album, se puede decir tambien que es algo Lite/AOR Hi-Tech/AOR Westcoast/AOR encuentras variantes asi en cada tema de la placa este como el Hole son lo mejor de Marc y AOR Freaky perdio tanto TIM(2) Jez y peter estan en lo cierto grandes expertos en la materia asi que la cosa esta 4-1, cruza por alli el Hi-tech y Westcoast pero es mas un disco de AOR a diferencia de los anteriores trabajos una referencia casi precisa seria Think Out Loud muy a ese estilo 9/10

From: ehyder Date: May 17, 2007 at 8:25
This is the most AOR album from Marc. 'Edge of The World', 'Bridges In The Dark' and the stunning ballad 'Inside My Piano' are the gems here but also the rest makes up to a very enjoyable and ultimately great cd. The third and final album of the killer MJ trilogy (together with 'Talking Through Pictures' and 'Hole in The Wall'). You can forget the rest, especially the stuff from 'Reckless Valentine' onwards. This this is GOOD ! 8.5/10

From: ehyder Date: May 17, 2007 at 8:25
This is the most AOR album from Marc. 'Edge of The World', 'Bridges In The Dark' and the stunning ballad 'Inside My Piano' are the gems here but also the rest makes up to a very enjoyable and ultimately great cd. The third and final album of the killer MJ trilogy (together with 'Talking Through Pictures' and 'Hole in The Wall'). You can forget the rest, especially the stuff from 'Reckless Valentine' onwards. But this is GOOD ! 8.5/10

From: Whitesnake Date: October 22, 2007 at 9:17
This cd has an amazing production, and the lyric are awesome too. Anyway I must say that the album has some fillers IMO. It's not that hit-orientated. Maybe it's just not supposed to be that this beeing hi-tech AOR. 'Burning Down The Amazon' is the absolut highlight together with 'Big Love'. 8.5-9/10 I guess.

From: newscandi Date: November 6, 2011 at 12:36
An album that is good described as light aor or light westcoast or as it's newly called here pop westcoast aor. I personally don't like the songs too much except 'Edge of the word' what reminds me on Clif Magness. Overall this is stuff next to the manner of David Foster's 'River of love', Lenny McDowell Project's 'Lost paradise' or Just-If-I's 'All one people'. 80/100

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 18, 2011 at 19:37
Great album!!!..recommended for people who are into Lite/Westcoast/AOR genre(like me ) ...'Edge Of The World'(great!),'Burning Down The Amazon'(great!),'Can We Still Be Friends?','Power' & 'Holding Up The Sky'...this guy should have been in a bigger league IMO...87/100

From: Monsieur Renard Date: June 23, 2016 at 3:21
Great AOR with hints at Simple Minds, Mister Mr. and Sting. I really like this style of AOR, and I also like that Steve Farris, Pat Mastelotto (of Mister Mr) are amongst the (many) musicians. I have to check discogs to find out, wich musician plays on wich track. Marc has an outstanding voice and goes straight to my heart.


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