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Artist: Ron Keel's Fair Game

Title: Beauty and The Beast

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Ron Keel's Fair Game Beauty and The Beast Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2000

Label: Metal Mayhem

Catalog Number: MM00007

Personnel

Ron Keel Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards
Tina Listo Guitar, Backing Vocals
Eva Marie Guitar, Backing Vocals
Janna James Bass, Backing Vocals
Stephanie Leigh Drums, Backing Vocals

Recorded in 1990-91

Tracks

1.  The Spot  0:55
2.  Beauty & The Beast  3:24
3.  Keep It Up  3:18
4.  Street Of Broken Dreams  3:38
5.  Let It Rain  4:31
6.  Somewhere In The Night  4:26
7.  Blind Faith  4:24
8.  Down 'n Dirty  3:50
9.  Time Of My Life  3:31
  
Total Running Time:  31:57

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rene Date: November 3, 2004 at 15:13
RON KEEL is great on this release. I love KEEL and i love this album too. ANY FAN OF RON KEEL need to have this album.

From: Geoff Date: November 10, 2004 at 1:52
This seems like such a lame release to me, and is musically not the best release ever - not musically actually, just a pretty weak overall sound, but what you have here is admittedly a pretty good collection of AOR/melodic rock tunes. Not brilliant, but not bad either. Not what you'd expect from Ron after the riff-heavy Keel either...

From: Chad Date: November 20, 2004 at 21:55
Nothing earth moving here. Just Ron and his spectacular voice. Keel fans will not be disappointed by this release. It compares most to the self titled album in musical content. There are some very good ballads on this album but does have the rockers covered too. Key cuts include the title track, Somewhere in the night and Let it rain. This holds up with Ron's previous work. Not his best but worth owning. Everything he touches deserves to be listened to and enjoyed.

From: Fat Freddy Date: February 25, 2006 at 8:04
The idea of Ron Keel fronting a band of hot chicks is an interesting gimmick; unfortunately the tunes aren't anything to really write home about. If you like Keel's less "metal" albums (like THE FINAL FRONTIER or KEEL) then you'll probably dig this

From: GhostfaceSlasher Date: August 19, 2006 at 1:57
I was so looking forward to this... How disappointing...Still has never matched his FINAL FRONTIER.. The writing for this album is absolute crap.. They seem good musicians but the material lets them down big time.. RON please don`t do anymore of thesehalf arsed songs... Come on you were the ROCK & ROLL ANIMAL now your like the AOR Pussycat.


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