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Whole Lotta Noise
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Label: JRS Records/ BMG Music
Catalog Number: 7 3333 35801-2
|Ebay Average Price: $ 1.74 |
Seth Marsh vocals, guitar, horn arrangement|
Kenny Aronoff drums, percussion
Mike Landau electric & acoustic guitars
Charles Judge keyboards
John Pierce bass guitar
Bryan Lemar guitar
Jimmy Z (Zavalla) harmonica, saxophone, horn arrangement
Montague bass, gang vocals, handclaps, horns
Arlan Feiles bass
Nick Rhodes background vocals
Donna DeLory background vocals
Nicky Harris background vocals
Jason Scheff background vocals
Bobby Kimball background vocals
Mark Freeman gang vocals, handclaps
Stan Schuster gang vocals, handclaps
Rob Star gang vocals, handclaps
Greg Edwards gang vocals, handclaps, horn arrangement, production
Liz Linfonte gang vocals, handclaps
Jamie Kalish gang vocals, handclaps
Scott Welsh gang vocals, handclaps
Lee R. Thornburgh trumpet
Claude Caillet trombone
Reflex Productions, Inc. production
John Eddie best known for his 80's hit "Jungle Boy," co-wrote 4 of the songs.
|1. ||Whole Lotta Noise |
|2. ||Just Gettin' By |
|3. ||What's On Your Mind |
|4. ||Porsche |
|5. ||Devil Talkin' |
|6. ||Sexy Little Number |
|7. ||After You |
|8. ||Love Keeps Hiding |
|9. ||King For A Day |
|10. ||Try And Understand |
|11. ||Look Ma, No Hands |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: April 5, 2004 at 14:19|
|Good AOR cd that sounds like it belonged on the Lost Boys soundtrack. What a lineup! Is there a rock cd that Michael Landau didn't play on? LOL The ones that had great guitar of course.
||Date: April 5, 2004 at 14:31|
|Info. from Ebay auction: Features top session musicians Kenny Aronoff - drums / Michael Landau - guitars / John Pierce - bass and Charles Judge - keyboards. With special guests Toto's Bobby Kimball , Chicago's Jason Scheff , Donna DeLory , Duran Duran's Nick Rhodes on background vocals. John Eddie - best known for his 80's hit "Jungle Boy," co-wrote 4 of the songs.
||Date: June 10, 2004 at 11:16|
|actually not a bad cd, there are some ups and downs, but overall a pretty good cd. one could possibly compare him to a mix of Jude Cole and Henry Lee Summer....
||Date: October 15, 2004 at 10:10|
|never heard about that guy. bought the cd cause of the comments on this site. some fine songs, 2 weaker tracks. "after you" sounding very much like billy idol, but itīs a ok song. this one was worth the buy. 8/10
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: May 28, 2006 at 22:48|
|Yep Good AOR/Rocker album, un album bien Rockero y con su AOR Henry Lee Summer es una buena comparacion, un disco barato $4 y recomendado no lo dudes por ese precio adquierelo 8/10
||Date: July 3, 2006 at 10:40|
|Haber si lo puedo oir, pues es un disco q me paso totalmente desapercibido en su dia...
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: April 25, 2011 at 21:28|
|Agree with the comparisson of Henry Lee Summer...add 2 that John Cougar Mellecamp and voice alike at times to Ian Atsbury(The Cult) ...rocking tracks with some "country" feel but maintaining the rocky vein more..."Just Gettin' By","What's On Your Mind","Devil Talkin'"After You"(Astbury )& "King For A Day" ( )are pretty good songs...84/100
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