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Venus And Mars

New Moon Rising

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Category: AOR

Year: 1998

Label: Bareknuckle (Japan)

Catalog Number: AVCB-66048

Average Rating: 86 / 100 (10 ratings)

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Personnel
Diana DeWitt vocals
Robin Randall keyboards
Sylvan Balduc bass
Curt Cuomo all instruments
Troy Dexter guitar
Tony Sciuto guitar
Cameron Dragon harp
Terence Elliot guitar
Mark Free backing vocals
Claude Gaudette keyboards
Pierre Gauthier guitar
Jimmy Hahn guitar
Michael Hanna keyboards
David Hughes bass
Tim Landers bass
Roger Larocque drums
Annie Livingston backing vocals, Guy Marshall bass, guitars, drums, percussion
Celin Nell backing vocals
George Perilli drums
Gigi Planchart backing vocals
Jeannie Planchard backing vocals
Samantha Planchard backing vocals
Maraton Smith cello
Ron Wasserman keyboards
Brian Young guitar
Tracks
1.  Dancing On The Highwire  4:17
2.  Leave Well Enough Alone  4:59
3.  Bless A Brand New Angel  3:44
4.  Killer Love  4:05
5.  The Last Time  4:32
6.  One Heartbeat At A Time  4:46
7.  Last Chance Cafe  4:04
8.  Making Out Like A Bandit  4:11
9.  Wanna Wanna  3:17
10.  Accident'ly On Purpose  4:41
11.  Tomorrow Doesn't Matter Tonight  3:41
12.  Dying For Your Love  4:14
13.  When Did We Become History  3:35
14.  Live For The Summer  4:51
  
Total Running Time:  58:57

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From: aorjocke Date: April 7, 2004 at 5:15
If you like the 'Mark Free - Long way from love' album this might be something for you,this is in the same vein (at least some of them)two of the tracks appears on Marks album (The Last Time),(Dying For Your Love)Then we have a MEGA good AOR track that I have on a demo with James Christian..'Leave Well Enough Alone'.'Tomorrow Doesn't Matter Tonight' is a Starship cover.The singing and the production are on a high level as well.Overall this album is on the lite side of AOR.

From: JESSICA96FISH Date: April 28, 2004 at 15:57
both of their cds are top notch female melodic rock.it does have some softer tracks.but if you like bands like shell and the ocean vixen and romeos daughter.this ones for you.

From: TIM (2) Date: May 27, 2004 at 6:42
Sorry but the songs are just so tame. 'The Last Time' is a good track, but it was never one of the better songs on Mark Free's album anyway. For me this is like the above bands without the guitar, as there's hardly any on here. The songs are all keyboard-driven and lame. I dug it out recently and haven't changed my opinion. Starship were much rockier than this...

From: AOR freaky Date: May 27, 2004 at 6:51
TIM (2), this is AOR, my friend, not hardrock. And I like the keys ! Besides, the songs are great. Good AOR record !

From: Rycheage Date: August 15, 2004 at 17:42
I think this has a little more power than the lite side of AOR, but AOR it is. It does remind me a bit of Heart, their 80's days. The Starship cover is excellent and 'Bless A Brand New Angel' and 'The Last Time' are both classy tunes. This is not top-notch but is not bad either. Production is good and the musicianship is excellent but there remains something missing.

From: Dorothea Date: July 5, 2006 at 8:05
You guys can't miss the demo that Mark Free did for One Heartbeat. AWESOME. You can find it in her Vault. AWESOME.

From: SangreAzulForever Date: September 14, 2006 at 10:42
Their best release from both released. The sounding is similar to Mark´s Free 'Long way from love'(1993), in fact there´s a cover from him. The Starship cover is incredible as well, the singers give to it another dimension. 9/10.

From: Carlos A. Date: March 25, 2008 at 19:29
This album will kick your ass...excellents covers from Mark Free, James Christian,Starship etc, Diane Dewit sings like Ann Wilson!!!! Essential! 8.9/10

From: newscandi Date: March 25, 2008 at 19:56
Woww..! "Dancing on the highwire" is that good as "Dancing on the backseat" from Romeo's Daughter is. I also keep the comparation cos the 1st song of those both albums are the best songs from their both whole work. But also some other songs are really good IMO. It's like a mix of so many FF AOR artists.. From 80s Heart over softer Private Eyes to One 2 One. 85/100 (It's long since I listened to this one but I remember I liked it about that much)

From: rick kerch vzla Date: June 2, 2010 at 20:57
Another excellent release 4 sure..more or less in the same line as their previews one.."Dancing On The Highwire" is a great opening track,"Leave Well Enough Alone" is catchy,"Killer Love" is a solid rock track,"The Last Time" is excellent,"One Heartbeat At A Time" is a catchy ballad,really nice one,"Tomorrow Doesn' Matter Tonight" is an excellent cover from Starship that i really like(from other covers that are featured here),"Dying For Your Love" is a fave and "Live For The Summer" closes in a rock way the album...these ladies are really talented singers and composers,buy both releases that these 2 have,both are worth a diamond!.88/100

From: 123charpenay Date: March 27, 2012 at 13:32
super class female aor in the vein of heart or mark free.super singers superb production a wet dream for female aor fans.the japan bonus track (N°12) is excellent.this song, if i don t make a mistake, is on the mark free record "long way from love".very rare cd 2 or 3 fillers not a problem the rest is top class aor.if you find this jewel buy buy buy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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