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Artist: Bobby Friss

Title: Cut Loose

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Category: AOR

Year: 1988

Label: King Trax

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Personnel

Bobby Friss Vocals, Guitar
Reuben Drake Bass
John Beebe Keyboards, Piano
Leroy Meyers Drums
Pat Travers Guitar
Mike Locke Guitar
Jim Morris Guitar
Dean Mickey Bass
Norman Duzin Piano
Kent Smith Keyboards
Billy Daniels Harp
Adam Loos Sax
Scott Burns Backing Vocals
Steve Gruden Backing Vocals
Tom Morris Backing Vocals
Randie Paul Backing Vocals
Janelle Sadler Backing Vocals

Tracks

1.  You Can't Come Back  
2.  Suzie Darlin'  
3.  Just Another Rock And Roll Night  
4.  Memory Girl  
5.  I Will Haunt You  
6.  Runaway Train  
7.  No More Lonely Nights  
8.  Runnin' Back  
9.  Long Way Down  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rockpig! Date: April 14, 2005 at 19:49
Features Pat Travers on a track. That alone makes this worthy of searching out!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: June 9, 2007 at 13:46
another Good album of Rock/AOR by Bobby Friss, la verdad que tanto este como el siguiente son album que van en la misma onda y que cuentan siempre con temas flojos y otros grandes como : Runnin' Back, I Will Haunt You, No More Lonely Nights, Long Way Down 4 temas para disfrutar Rock/AOR del mejor, este trabajo es mejor que el siguiente y si no sabes nada de el todavia consiguete este primero 8/10.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 17, 2010 at 11:48
Yeah!!!..rockin' album with some hints ala John Cougar Mellecamp..if u wanna make people happy put this album in a party!,for sure you'll have people dancin' good old rock'n'roll!..agree with Rafo Phoenix,good tracks but others are quite normal(but still goodies)..."You Can't Come Back" is an excellent rocky starter,"Suzie Darlin'" is a highlight,"Memory Girl" is a nice ballad,"I Will Haunt You" is one of the best ones in here,"No More Lonely Nights" is a beautiful ballad sang in duet with a female vocalist,"Runnin' Back" & "Long Way Down" are the other best ones...Pat Travers is in one track and that's quality Rockpig! ...some AOR moments as Rafo Phoenix said are noticed also...buy!.87/100

From: juan carlos Date: August 18, 2010 at 1:07
WTF! Jim/Tom Morris and Scott Burns from the famous Morrisoun Studios in Tampa, Florida are here? i imagine that this record was produced, mixed and engineered just there Bobby Friss has a similar voice to Alan Frew(Glass Tiger), Nice Keyboards, well-produced album. The ballad "Memory Girl" reminded me of the REO speedwagon classic ballads but my fav tracks are the ballad "Suzie Darlin'" "No More Lonely Nights"(nice keys and saxo) and "Long Way Down"(REO Speedwagon again?). 8.5/10? Yeah! this is the correct rating IMO


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