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Artist: AOR

Title: L.A. Reflection

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Category: Lite AOR/West Coast

Year: 2002

Label: None/Indie (Fra)

Catalog Number: AOR3


FréDéRic Slama Guitars, Keyboards
Tommy Denander All Instruments
GöRan Edman Vocals
Michael Ruff Vocals
Rick Riso Vocals
Chris Demming Vocals
David Chamberlin Vocals
Rachel Diggs Vocals
Kristoffer Lagerstroem Vocals
Tom Bailey Vocals
Steve Lukather Guitars
Michael Landau Guitars
Bruce Gaitsch Guitars
James Harrah Guitars
Michael Thompson Guitars\Andre Harold Guitars
David Diggs Keyboards
Steve Porcaro Keyboards
David Paich Keyboards
Tom Saviano Sax
Dave Boruff Sax
Eddie Watkins Jr. Bass
Hussain Jiffry Bass
Michael Porcaro Bass
Vinnie Colaiuta Drums
Ed Greene Drums
Mike Baird Drums
Jeff Porcaro Drums


1.  If No One Cared  3:52
2.  Sensation  4:02
3.  Never Gonna Let Her Go  5:54
4.  So Young And Innocent  4:24
5.  A Quiet Storm  4:17
6.  How Will She Find Her Way Back?  4:25
7.  Worlds Away  6:03
8.  Leave Her To Heaven  4:28
9.  Dream Them Away  4:03
10.  I Know You Too Well  4:00
11.  The Moon Is A Liar  4:07
12.  Far Away From The Storm  4:30
13.  5492 Bonus Track  5:31
14.  Never Gonna Let Her Go Lukather Mix  5:53
Total Running Time:  65:29

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Existing comments about this CD

From: rocky Date: April 28, 2004 at 12:59
one of the better albums they have made,absolutely worth listening to-also check out their best of album,a lot of good stuff there too.

From: robert Date: May 6, 2004 at 23:29
si os mola el west coast mas fino, este es vuestro disco... ALUCINANTE!!

From: DAVIDE Date: May 12, 2004 at 10:31

From: AOR freaky Date: May 13, 2004 at 6:37
Not that good I'm afraid. Very laidback ! Too laidback and too poppy, even for me ! A softer version of Toto, but with less class.

From: stef the french Date: May 14, 2004 at 14:30

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From: Jez Date: July 1, 2004 at 14:15
Very good Westcoast/ Aor,featuring a who's who of westcoast musos, including those ridiculously talented Tommy Denander/Steve Lukather blokes!!.laidback Freaky!!!! - Westcoast is generally meant to be just that isn't it????. Definately the best cd of the first three , although the next one 'Dreaming Of L.A' is also recommended, as is the excellent compilation 'Nothing But The Best'.

From: Wotty Date: August 20, 2004 at 10:50
Just listened to the NOTHING BUT THE BEST compilation,which had been given the DENANDER treatment production-wise.Excellent,laid-back AOR/WESTCOAST vibes,well you know what you are getting,dont you?....

From: robert Date: April 20, 2005 at 9:52
Un Orgasmo!! No os perdais esta maravilla si sois unos romanticones empedernidos, y os mola las melodias super comerciales!! WEST COAST d billones d kilates!!

From: Carlos A. Date: September 23, 2006 at 11:47
Tengo la version Europea del cuarto disco llamado Dreaming of L.A. no incluido aun en H.H. todo un bombazo westcoast-aor que incluye a "Malibu Escapade" inspirado por "till the end" del TOTO Fahrenheit y otros temazos mas, ademas versiones de "Never Gonna Let Her Go" y "Sensation" temas de esta obra considerado el mejor disco westcoast del 2002. Se trata de un AOR de clase, mezcla de estilos que apuntan al mejor L.A. Westcoast.mientras mas lo escuches mas te quedaras prendado del proyecto A.O.R.

From: z4roxx Date: June 8, 2010 at 12:11
Incredible great name for this very good "grindcore" band(ahahaha).They play a very good and catchy aor(the singer isn't Mark Free but it's ok).I also did hear other albums and they are all decent/good.Recommended band.P.S.I think they love Los Angeles but I am not so sure ahahahaha

From: z4roxx Date: July 8, 2010 at 12:10
Fantastic disc,really excellent music here.Their westcoast side is very good but their aor side is so strong,especially the pomp-aor tracks like "Sensation"(one of my fave ever),"A Quiet Storm"(awesome choruses like Wild Frontier style),"Leave Her To Heaven" and "The Moon Is A Liar".Great release!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 1, 2011 at 12:45
Very nice Westcoast/Lite AOR album...a perfect one to listen while drinking some fine red wine and well accompanied ..."Leave Her To Heaven" is my favorite track,pure AOR in here then another great songs are "If No One Cared"(awesome),"Never Gonna Let Her Go"(very nice one),"So Young & Innocent"(catchy),"Worlds Aawy"(nice too) & "Dream Them Away"...an amazing list of fantastic musicians that participated on this record...a good choice to pick this one guys!.92/100

From: chupeaux Date: December 6, 2012 at 18:35
After the first two sh*t/h*le albums...FS made "something" here..but, look what names with ve got here...hehe

From: chupeaux Date: December 6, 2012 at 18:36
"we've got"...sorry, friends....

From: gfranciscop Date: June 26, 2021 at 17:37
Are they going to put Never Gonna Let Her Go in all of their albums? I mean, it's probably their best song but... hah. It seems their previous albums were demos for this, because some of the tracks from the 1st and the 2nd are back here, in fully revamped versions. Found it a bit too long, but nicer than the second volume. Lyrics are still iffy at best. Rating: 7/10. Favorite Track: A Quiet Storm.

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