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Artist: Brian Howe

Title: Touch

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2004

Label: MTM Music

Catalog Number: 0681-69


Brian Howe Vocals
Terry Thomas Guitars, Keyboards
Mick Jones Guitar
Douglas Berlent Piano
Chris Hunt Guitar
Felix Krish Bass, Drums, Keyboards
Seth Glassman Bass

Originally released as "Tangled in Blue" on Touchwood Records in 1997


1.  I Remember You     Listen
2.  Where'd She Come From     Listen
3.  Touch     Listen
4.  Tangled In Blue     Listen
5.  Just Because     Listen
6.  Here They Come Again     Listen
7.  All I Want Is You     Listen
8.  How Does It Feel     Listen
9.  I Will Find A Way     Listen
10.  Don't Ask Me Why     Listen
11.  How It Could Have Been     Listen

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Existing comments about this CD

From: AOR freaky Date: July 17, 2004 at 15:01
This one has already been released a couple of years ago, correct me if I'm wrong. Not bad at all, mr. Howe has a nice voice, the man proved that with Bad Co !

From: jim Date: July 18, 2004 at 0:05
ya it was,i have the album,can't wait for something new in some shape or form from Brian

From: P.C. Date: November 13, 2004 at 14:22
Brian Howeœ voice is magical .I love Bad C.-"here comes trouble"-famous record ...TOUCH is Very good songs,melodies,vocals . Good luck Mr.Howe i´m waiting for next record and next record and next record , ... Don´t keep me waiting , please .

From: ROB GARCIA Date: December 15, 2004 at 10:41
excellent album from brian howe! very much in the vain of "holy water" & "here comes trouble" if you ask me; but a bit more paced.still this is a great aor treatment in its own right where brians voice proves to be in top form and makes the material really shine.like jim and p.c. said i also look forward to hear from mr howe who has been absent for far too long.heres to album #2!.

From: juan carlos Date: August 3, 2006 at 13:00
Maravilloso disco de Brian Howe. Su voz es única, muy especial, me encanta. Una pena ver tan pocos comentarios. Valió la pena el comprar este gran disco y a precio cómodo eh.. La producción a cargo de Terry Thomas, asi que ni quejarse del disco porque vas a encontrar calidad, ademas todos los temas compuestos por Howe y Thomas, excepto "i remember you" escrita por Howe y Spiro (vaya duo!) y "how it could have been" escrita por Howe y Jeff Carlisi. Un album mas calmado que cuando estuvo en Bad Co

From: juan carlos Date: August 3, 2006 at 20:24
El album comienza con "I Remember You" una semi-balada muy bonita y en ese estilo estan la 3,4,7,9 y 11. "touch" tiene un olor a Mr. Mister y en "tangled in blue" se asemeja al tema "something about you" de Bad Co del 88. En la 2,8 y la 10 meten sonidos "modernos" pero hecho con calidad que me agrada. en la 5 y 6 suenan muy melódicos y frescos a la vez y es quizás "Here They Come Again" el mejor tema de este gran disco. En general un disco muy especial para mí. 9.4/10

From: juan carlos Date: August 3, 2006 at 20:37
Y ya por último, no puedo dejar de comentar el tema mas íntimo y especial que Brian Howe Haya compuesto jamás. Hablo del tema "I Will Find A way", debe ser terrible el que la justicia te impida no poder ver a tus hijos por un divorcio. Bueno, en la cuestión musical es un balada con un Howe cantando con un sentimiento único. Tremenda canción asi como todo el disco. Y por último aunarme al pedido de todos: siguiente disco Brian please!

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: October 16, 2007 at 0:42
Buenas baladas para un joven enamoradisimo jajaj vaya que buenos cortes trae este buen albun de Melodic Rock temas muy elegantes suaves y lentejitas, pero me quedo con "I Remember y Where'd She Come From" las que mas me encantan... baladitas que te haran sentir bien...

From: juan carlos Date: October 16, 2007 at 1:13
Totally agree with you P.C. "Here Comes Trouble" is an awesome record(The Best from Brian Howe Era in Bad Co.) and this album blows me away!! Can´t wait for another BH album please!! BRIAN HOWE RULES!!! 9.4/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 18, 2010 at 17:45
Highly recommended album if you are into mid tempos and ballads..the "former voice" of Bad Company delivered here a very passionate album..personally i think is an amazing album,the kind of albums that you can listen as many times as u want and never get bored..my personal faves are "Where'd She Come From","How Does It Feel" And "How It Could Have Been" but basically the whole album is amazing..is like hit after hit after hit!..beautiful ballads and nice mid tempos..Brian has an amazing voice and for was apart from the great Paul Rodgers,the best singer Bad Company have ever had..97/100

From: juan carlos Date: May 12, 2020 at 16:21
I love this record. Only God knows how many times I've played this one. Rest in Peace Brian!

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