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Title: Freak Out!
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: IMR/Frontiers Records (Italy)
Catalog Number: IMRC008
Vocals On Track 2
Jeff Scott Soto
Vocals On Track 8
Vocals On Track 15
Lead Guitar On Tracks 2 & 14
Lead & Rhythm Guitar On Tracks 3,8,12,13
Lead & Rhythm Guitars On Tracks 4,5,9
Slide Guitar On Tracks 9 & 11
Lead Guitar On Track 6
Lead Guitar On Tracks 1 & 10
Lead & Rhythm Guitar On Tracks 1 & 10
Guitars On Tracks 2,4,5,7,11,12
Rhythm Guitars On Tracks 2 & 6
Lead & Rhythm Guitars On Tracks 3,10,11,13,14,15
Rhythm Guitar On Track 6
Marco K-Ace Capasso
Lead & Rhythm Guitar On Tracks 10,14,15
Bass On Tracks 2 & 3
Bass On Tracks 9 & 14
Bass On Tracks 5 & 12
Bass On Tracks 8 & 13
Frank De Groot
Bass On Track 1 & 13
Bass On Tracks 4 & 7
Bass On Tracks 6 & 10
Bass On Tracks 11 & 15
Drums On Tracks 9 & 14
Drums On Tracks 1 & 10
Drums On Tracks 5 & 12
Drums On Track 8
Drums On Tracks 2,3,7
Drums On Track 4
Drums On Tracks 6 & 15
Drums On Track 11
Drums On Track 13
Percussion On Tracks 2,5,13
Moog, Piano, Clavinet
Piano On Track 5
Organ, Keyboards On Track 1
Organ On Track 6
Organ On Track 14
|1. ||Crazy Man ||5:12|
|2. ||Freak Out Tonight Duet With Glenn Hughes ||5:35|
|3. ||Hey Man (Freedom Calls) ||3:27|
|4. ||Lady Starlight ||5:06|
|5. ||Desire ||5:25|
|6. ||Take Me Away ||3:40|
|7. ||To A Friend ||4:45|
|8. ||What You Gonna Do When Your Love Is Gone Duet With Jeff Scott Soto ||3:24|
|9. ||Sweet Talker ||4:08|
|10. ||Don't Stop Running ||3:57|
|11. ||Follow Me ||4:25|
|12. ||Gimme Your Love ||3:50|
|13. ||Getting Tighter ||4:11|
|14. ||The Stronger You Are The Harder You Fall ||4:01|
|15. ||It's A Long Way To Go Duet With John Lawton ||5:08|
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|Total Running Time:|| 66:14|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: August 27, 2004 at 3:16|
|Poor Chris, what a shame he couldn't get anyone to play on this... Seriously though, it sounds great musically, but I think I'd have to get used to his voice. I'm only going by samples I've heard on MR, so I'll have to hear much more of this to make up my mind. Anyone have this one yet?
||Date: August 27, 2004 at 17:19|
|This one Is hard to get In to but after I have heard It for the 5th time or so It's really grows on you....If you Into the "Glenn Hughes funky stuff". He really sounds like him t...and that's cool. Great musicians, just look at the guestlist.....so this one Is worth to get.
|From: Adam Blackheart
||Date: September 6, 2004 at 6:37|
|wow, what a band
||Date: October 8, 2004 at 10:54|
|a awsome band but a poor result, i trusted in other result maybe more intersting, but i think that the best songs are the covers and that it´s a awfull
||Date: October 10, 2004 at 5:19|
|This is a real cool album !! Great groove, great sound, wonderful performances of the guests artists and Chris Catena himself have a stunning voice with a great range of colours, not so different from Glenn Hughes but with a darker timber and more blues than soul.
||Date: October 17, 2004 at 9:36|
|Just a "poor" man with a lot of money..
||Date: November 13, 2004 at 6:11|
|If u look at the musicians you could almost think it worth a listen.Well it sounds just like a bunch of everything with no style at all.And the bad thing is seeing all these guys once so famous putting their name on this crap just for money...this is one of the bad habit of today's music.Let some famous guy 'play' on your record while he doesn't even know you and maybe laugh at your music.He could have had his band play it everythin maybe with a better result too.Too bad.
||Date: January 4, 2005 at 15:54|
|Con una band cosi, dubito che sto catena "muoia di fame"....(e si capisce anche dalle foto). La prox volta dalli in beneficenza.
||Date: February 28, 2005 at 20:16|
|ˇˇˇWau!!!...Daniel Flores of Presagio play drums in this disc....It are not anything of bad to work with guys like Glenn Hugghes... http://perrito.vtrbandaancha.net/presagio/
||Date: March 18, 2005 at 5:58|
|Great disc. Lots of variety. Chris Catena reminds me a bit of that other Glenn Hughes wannabe: John Sloman ("disappearances can be deceptive"-cd). 8,5/10
|From: Lory Ann
||Date: April 28, 2005 at 12:20|
|The fact that this singer was helped by so many great musicians doesn 't mean he paid all of them, isn 't it ? Anyway the album is very good. I play it in my car goin' to work and makes mee feel really happy. The sound is rough and hard but the groove gets out in any song. Catena sings with great control and emotional involvement. Great songs such as Freak out tonight or It's a long way to go as well as Hey man, deliver !!!!!!! my vote is 9 !
|From: juan carlos
||Date: August 5, 2014 at 13:50|
|Quite average album, don't like it a lot to say the truth. Too bluesy and funky HardRock for my taste. If you want to have it fun with some cool funky and bluesy riffs this is for you. "Sweet Talker" is cool 7.5/10
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