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Hess ‎– Living In Yesterday CD (2012) Frontiers Records ‎– FR CD 564
Hess ‎– Living In Yesterday CD (2012) Frontiers Records ‎– FR CD 564
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Living in Yesterday

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Category: AOR

Year: 2012

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

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Average Rating: 85 / 100 (14 ratings)

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Personnel
Harry Hess lead and backing vocals, keyboards, additional guitars

Peter Lesperance guitars, bass
Creighton Doane drums
Howie Simon guitars solos on "What If" and "It's Over"
Magnus Karlsson guitar solo on "Living in Yesterday"
Chris Green Guitar solo on "Where to Run"
Tommy Denander guitar and keyboards on "I Don't Wanna Want You"
Marcie Free backing vocals on songs 1-3
Darren Smith backing vocals on songs 4-10
Tracks
1.  Living in Yesterday     Listen!
2.  Reach for You     Listen!
3.  It's Over     Listen!
4.  Don't Leave Me     Listen!
5.  What If     Listen!
6.  Nothing Lasts Forever     Listen!
7.  Falling Down     Listen!
8.  I Live for You     Listen!
9.  I Don't Wanna Want You     Listen!
10.  Where to Run     Listen!

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From: MetalllianStallion Date: August 29, 2012 at 18:33
Similar territory (maybe even lighter) to Hess's last solo release 'Just Another Day (2003)'. Way too light weight pop/rock for my taste, but Hess still has the pipes and song writing ability. I'm all ears when he releases a new album with the harder edged 'First Signal' or a new rockier track on a compilation similar to 'Irresistible' from 'Voices of Rock MMVII (2007)' or 'Amy' off of 'Shining Line (2010)'.

From: the rocker Date: August 29, 2012 at 21:01
I agree with you, although I don't find this to bad(it is light). After 2010s First Signal it was going to be tough to match or beat.

From: Leykis101 Date: September 1, 2012 at 1:39
Very light, and pop rock, though very catchy songs, if any pop rock bitches (taylor swift, Pink, Katy Perry)want to make an extra couple million, and score an easy hit, they would do themselves good by looking no further then thisCD, they could pretty much remake anything on here and score themselves a quick hit!

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From: Jez Date: September 1, 2012 at 13:12
There is no denying that Harry Hess has written some great songs either with HS or solo and First Signal and this is no different. Lesperance and the other HS boys all make appearances along with Magnus Karlsson and Tommy Denander and I would generally say this comes across over all as HS lite in sound. It has a few gems along the way, but it also has to be said it gets a bit samey and one paced and I began losing interest at about track 8. Not a bad album at all and a few more spins will probably help give this a few more marks, although it's not essential in my book - I'll stick to the first 2 HS and First Signal albums.,

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 22, 2013 at 14:53
Obviously Harry Hess has wanted to disconnect from what he's been doin' with HS...still using the Pop/Modern Rock formula of his first solo album but perhaps leaving behind the alternative side and that at least sent him to a better direction..."Living In YesterdaY","Reach For You"(catchy),"What If"(nice mid tempo),"Nothing Lasts Forever"(a very catchy tune) & "Falling Down"(nice mid tempo)are my faves in here...73/100

From: Eric3 Date: April 1, 2016 at 16:55
Brilliant album. Yes, it's VERY catchy and accessible, but that's not necessarily a bad thing, because these songs are just damn good. It gets better with every listen. Harry's vocal delivery is very genuine and heartfelt. Without the ninth track (which doesn't fit and is, frankly, kind of annoying), this would score in the 90s. Favorite songs: Living in Yesterday, Reach For You (wow is this one catchy!), Nothing Lasts Forever, Where to Run. 89/100


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