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Label: Self Released
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Frederic Slama lead and rhythm guitars, keyboards|
Peter Hume keyboards, guitars, bass, drums
John Fluker lead and backing vocals
Doug St.John lead and backing vocals
David D. Chamberlain lead vocals, guitars, keyboards
|1. ||Never Gonna Let Her Go |
|2. ||On Dangerous Ground |
|3. ||Caught Inside Your Heart |
|4. ||Worlds Away |
|5. ||In My Crystal Ball |
|6. ||The Way of the Night |
|7. ||Leave Her to Heaven |
|8. ||Only in My Dreams |
|9. ||From L.A. to Tokyo |
|10. ||Lost in Your Eyes |
|11. ||Don't Let Her Go |
|12. ||Love Has Found It's Way |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: March 1, 2006 at 19:43|
|Again, there was 1 or maybe even 2 tracks I liked off this, but generally I thought it was garbage. Like a broken record, for me it's the song writing that completely ruins this for me. The comparisons between this and the melodic rock that I enjoy are so far removed it makes me frown... like this:
||Date: January 30, 2007 at 19:38|
|just lost my money....
||Date: August 10, 2008 at 18:16|
|In a rather sadistic way, I quite like this. Sure it's light and fluffy and verging on George Benson's sound at times, but it does rather evoke a feeling of (how I imagine) California. It could just as easily be the soundtrack to Miami Vice. It's got to be worth a listen if you like syrupy WestCoast stuff or your intending to host an Eighties themed dinner party. 5/10 for effort.
||Date: November 10, 2009 at 16:30|
|it's ok mate it's AOR
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