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Category: Pomp Rock / AOR

Year: 1980

Label: Kirshner / Sony (Japan)

Catalog Number: 36378-1

Personnel

John Vislocky Vocals
David Nelson Vocals, Guitar
Michael Visceglia Bass
Danny Siedenberg Violin
Dave Lebolt Keyboards
Rob Goldman Drums

Tracks

1.  Crimson Queen  
2.  Easy Street  
3.  Best That We Can Do  
4.  Can't Complain  
5.  Ruby Twilight  
6.  Love's There  
7.  Feelin' Shining Through  
8.  Anytime, Anyplace  
9.  When I Find Love  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rockhead Date: November 2, 2004 at 11:16
Signed to Kirshner-the same as Kansas, the similarities don't end there.This is an excellent slice of pomp rock featuring a violinist (again, ala Kansas). The songs are very catchy and stay with you for ages and the production stands up well for a 24 year old recording. If you love Kansas, Shooting Star et al there is plenty here to enjoy.

From: Nick C Date: November 2, 2004 at 14:22
Picked this up at Bury market on vinyl for 50p years ago... and it's been a cherished record ever since. Being a lover of anything Kansas there is plenty for me to rave about as the band practically copy them even down to the violin (the solos are hot heh heh!). Well worth searching out if you like grandiose pomp similar to Kansas in their Leftoverture/Point of Know Return period. It was released on CD in Japan but tends to go at a premium price when I've seen it on ebay.

From: TONI MALLORCA Date: March 3, 2005 at 12:51
QUIEREN PARECERSE A KANSAS PERO NO LE LLEGAN NI A LAS SUELAS DE LOS ZAPATOS,SOLO DESTACA "EASY STREET"

From: richb Date: April 26, 2005 at 4:21
Yes indeed a nice piece of period pomp (please forgive the aliteration..). Kansas influences abound, particularly the instumental bridge on "Anytime anyplace" where the similarity is uncanny. Probably charts the lighter side of pomp, though the band also knew how to crank it up as evident on "Crimson Queen"and "Can't complain" which feature solid riffing from David Nelson.

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From: Jez Date: October 28, 2005 at 7:40
Yet another late 70's - early 80's Pomp band that bites the dust after just one or two releases, and another album completely worthy of your attention and hard earned cash (it will set you back a few quid aswell-Jap only I think!!). As mentioned one for all the Kansas/Shooting Star lovers out there. If you see it around, grab the little beauty pronto.

From: darobinson Date: November 14, 2008 at 11:34
Sorry folks but comparing this band to the great Kansas and Shooting Star is an insult to those bands. This is just not that good in my opinion. Once again, just my two cents.


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