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Artist: Baron

Title: Love Valley

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 2002

Label: Kivel Records

Catalog Number: 44393 2


Peter Baron vocals, guitars, mandolin
Greg Wolfe acoustic and electric guitars
Troy Russek bass
Mario Piazza keyboards
Marty Brasington drums
Joe Lynn Turner backing vocals


1.  Run From Your Love  
2.  Ship of Fools  
3.  In the Rain  
4.  Everybody Needs a Boost  
5.  Midnight Train  
6.  Love Valley  
7.  Fallen in Love Again  
8.  Jaded  
9.  All I Want Is You  
10.  Corruptible  
11.  Star Spangled  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: AOR freaky Date: August 18, 2004 at 5:24
Mediocre melodic hard rock, one of the so many ! One ear in, out the other. Nothing special at all. This has been done thousand times before, and mostly better than this !

From: Geoff Date: August 18, 2004 at 7:37
Sounds so much like Aerosmith sometimes it's unpleasant but other than that I quite like this. For every gem there is a filler, but tracks like the excellent 'Ship of fools', the lovely 'In the rain'... the cool rock tune that is 'Falling in love again' - those tracks make me smile and overall it's not too bad an album. A bit of ordinary hard rock, but enough goodness to make it worthwhile.

From: Marla (MJ) Date: August 18, 2004 at 8:42
Boy......after hearing the song "In The Rain", I looked high and low for this thing. Sometimes ONE song can effect me so deeply....and this is one. I love it. "Run From Your Love" and "All I Want Is You" are good too. "Corruptible" has such a "Cherry Pie" feel...to me, at least. Good stuff!!!

From: Kip Date: December 14, 2004 at 8:19
I really can't stand most of this album. It's too soft for the guitar to carry the melody throughout, the production is flat, the songs lack hooks, the and fillers are utter crap. There's no highlights here. Even the cheezy ballad 'In The Rain' has too much of a country touch for me to dig. The only song I find enjoyable is Jaded. This is one to skip unless you can get it cheap and think it's worth the price for the nice looking cover.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 21, 2012 at 20:28
In disagreement with the comments above,i do respect their point of view but in my case i've found this release quite an enjoyable one...catchy hard rocking songs,solid one IMO,the shots i liked the most were "Run From Your Love","Ship Of Fools"(nice AOR),"In The Rain"(nice soft),"Love Valley"(cool),"Fallen In Love Again" & "Corruptible"(cool)...JLT did some backing vocals in here so only for that the album gained quality...and the lead vocalist Peter Baron is quite something...recommended...88/100

From: Delbert Date: May 12, 2014 at 17:32
Rick Kerch vzia I agree with you on this one.....There is a party feeling to this album and it is slick, polished melodic hard rock with big hooks, catchy choruses and great layered harmony vocals. For me, the sound is like a mix of HAREM SCAREM and DEF LEPPARD blended into a mix of NEW ENGLAND, AEROSMITH and BILLY SQUIER.

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