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Artist: Roadmaster

Title: Sweet Music

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Category: Pomp Rock / AOR

Year: 1978

Label: Village / Mercury / Japan Rock Reissues

Catalog Number: SRM-1-3760

Personnel

Stephen Mcnally Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Rick Benick Guitar
Toby Myers Bass
Michael Read Keyboards
Bobby Johns Drums

Tracks

1.  It Doesn't Mean A Thing  
2.  I Must Be Dreaming  
3.  Ya Move Me  
4.  Been Gone Too Long  
5.  I'll Be Loving You  
6.  The Swan Song  
7.  You Come See Me  
8.  Higher, Higher  
9.  Circle Of Love  
10.  Sweet Music  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Nick Clarkson Date: October 17, 2004 at 10:26
The third album by these guys, very Foriegner kinda sound but with their own twist. Stephen McNally was an superb vocalist and is on excellent form on this release but unfortunately he passed away a few years ago. It contains the song Higher Higher with a superb keyboard hook and driving bass which became a kinda pomp/AOR classic. Another recommended release from a great and sadly missed band.

From: AOR freaky Date: January 16, 2005 at 4:16
Together with Styx, the pompmasters !!!!!!!!!!!!! No one can even touch 'em ! THIS IS THEIR ALL-TIME CLASSIC, with the EPIC 'SWEET MUSIC', one of the best pomp songs and songs in generally EVER !!!!! BUY THIS ! But, and that's so sad : THIS MASTERPIECE IS STILL NOT AVAILABLE ON CD !!!! C'MON, labels : a fully digitally remasterd release is WANTED ASAP !!!

From: Jimbo Date: February 11, 2005 at 18:11
This album is an absolutely fantastic chunk of catchy, upbeat songs done by real musicians with a penchant for memorable choruses and bright production values. Not everyone's cup of tea, especially if you insist on flashy pyrotechnics like screaming guitars and earth-shaking vocals, but if you're in the mood for some straight forward AOR with both feet firmly planted on the rock n roll side of the fence, check this one out.

From: AOR freaky Date: February 12, 2005 at 3:14
Damn right, Jimbo ! This is PHENOMENAL GREAT POMP ROCK, mate ! Maybe the best pomp album ever, besides the mighty Styx ! And IT NEED A DIGITALLY REMASTERED VERSION ON CD ! LABELS ?!

From: TONI MALLOCA Date: March 30, 2005 at 11:45
HELLO I HAD A QUESTION,SOUND THIS LIKE AVIATOR? THANKS

From: AOR freaky Date: March 30, 2005 at 13:01
HI Toni, not at all ! It's one of the greatest POMP records ever and the last song 'Sweet Music' is an epic masterpiece ! This sounds very varied, with softer and harder, bombastic moments. Lots of keys ! All I can say is : this is a CLASSIC POMP ALBUM ! BRILLIANT !


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