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Artist: Bobby Friss

Title: Fate

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Category: AOR

Year: 1990

Label: King Trax

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Bobby Friss Vocals, Guitar
Dean Mickey Bass
John Beebe Piano
Leroy Meyers Drums
Mike Locke Guitar
Kent Smith Keyboards
Adam Loos Sax
Fred Froom Acoustic Guitar
Randy Holt Organ
Jerry Riggs Guitar
Basil Rodriguez Trumpet
Rodger Stephan Piano
John Zonner Keyboards
Randie Paul Backing Vocals
Janelle Sadler Backing Vocals


1.  Out In The Cold  
2.  Welcome Home  
3.  Eyes  
4.  A Month Of Sundays  
5.  Lonely One  
6.  Fate  
7.  Throw You A Line  
8.  Chicago Mines  

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From: M. Allen Date: October 11, 2004 at 11:05
Bobby Friss is a guitar "ace," and by that I mean he sounds a lot like Ace Frehley (Kiss), but not quite in the same league. Still, with its 80s-style delivery, this CD is a decent throwback to the days when all we demanded from a rock song was a catchy hook and a chorus we could sing along to. It was Mr. Friss' fate to be overlooked by a major label, but anyone looking for a solid (if pretty formulaic) dose of 80s-style melodic hard rock would be wise not to make the same mistake.

From: rocky Date: December 16, 2004 at 7:03
hey M Allen, don`t know how you can compare BF to Ace....they have nothing in common, nor looks or musically style wise.....but i do agree with you that this is absolutely a record worth having, catchy tunes etc...how is the "cut loose" album ?

From: Teer Date: January 7, 2005 at 3:12
Nice cd. No hardrock but more melodic altho not 2 many keys. Some excellent guitar playing tho. Album that grows on you. 7/10

From: Rockpig! Date: April 14, 2005 at 19:51
Has the inimitable Jerry Riggs of Pat Travers Band fame soloing on a track. That makes this one worth searching out! Also, Friss plays the Florida Summer Biker circuit every year. Check 'em out!

From: z4roxx Date: June 9, 2007 at 12:15
Amazing cd for me,some great songs,only 2 or 3 weak tunes maybe but the cd is excellent...I think this one worths one more chance,this isn't decent or mediocre,it's a good one IMO.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: June 9, 2007 at 13:17
Good Rock/AOR album, i agree with you Andre a good one specially Lonely One este corte es tremendo uno de esos mejores cortes de AOR, this album for me 7.5/10

From: RVB Date: October 7, 2007 at 14:44
Wasn't expecting much from this release but it is actually quite good. Out of only 8 tracks I like the first 3 and number 5 the best. Solid melodic rock. 7/10.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 6, 2013 at 20:16
This record is just adorable at least from tracks 1 to 5...nice AOR/Rock songs...along with his previous album,both are quite worth having .87/100

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