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Artist: Nowhere Dreamer

Title: Lifetimes

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Nowhere Dreamer Lifetimes Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1993

Label: E.M.E. Records

Catalog Number: EME ND 7001

Personnel

Tim Ernst Lead & Backing Vocals
Don Robertson Bass
Joshua Mottley Lead & Backing Vocals, 6 String Acoustic Guitar, 6 String Electric Piano
Pauli Desimone Lead & Backing Vocals, 12 String Acoustic Guitar, 6 String Electric Keys, Piano

Tracks

1.  Prelude To Life  
2.  Lifetimes  
3.  Broken Wings  
4.  Desperate Needs  
5.  Time Flies  
6.  Brighter Tomorrow  
7.  Her Name Was Endless  
8.  I Can Feel My Heart Again  
9.  Play This Song  
10.  Into Forever  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: January 3, 2005 at 23:51
Not surprised to see no comments here. This is a pretty forgettable CD. They have a look indicating they might rock quite hard, if that can ever be an indication, but the band is titled adequately and their dreams of rock n'roll stardom were never going to go anywhere, especially with a sub-par album like this. Very poor.

From: Roger Rocket Date: April 4, 2005 at 2:30
These guys were from Phoenix, Arizona and they actually could rock hard and were a very good live band. I've got some demo material that's much better than the 'Lifetimes' cd. not sure what they were trying to accomplish with the laid back style of the cd.

From: angels3 Date: April 13, 2009 at 14:42
I really enjoyed this disc. !! this band had great potential, but just fell to the wayside with no further effort after "lifetimes". sorry to see them fall apart. They are all very talented guys. Anyone know what they are doing now ? missing the Dreamers. laura l.

From: josh mottley Date: May 29, 2009 at 20:44
Thanks for the kind comments, we actually did rock very hard, but this was our acoustic cd and we sold a lot of cds in Europe at that time. If anyone wants to see what happened to the band and all the cds ive made since those days just go to www.joshmottley.com, thanks....


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