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Artist: Carl Dixon

Title: One

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Category: Hard Rock / AOR

Year: 1993

Label: Interplanet Music

Catalog Number: IP10101


Carl Dixon Lead & Backing Vocals, Guitars, Organ, Piano, Drums & Precussion
Billy Carmassi Drums
Tim Harrington Bass
Howie Bertolo Keyboards
Dan Leblanc Organ, Piano
Steve Shelski Lead Guitar On Treacherous Emotions
Andy Curran Backing Vocals


1.  One Good Reason  
2.  Good Time To Be Bad  
3.  The Blood Rises  
4.  Taste Of Love  
5.  Against The Night  
6.  Hard To Leave, Hard To Love  
7.  Treacherous Emotions  
8.  More Than A Memory  
9.  Love Is Waiting  
10.  Walk Through The Fire  
11.  Little Miss Innocent  
12.  Love Strikes  
13.  Run Reckless  
14.  Across The Great Divide  
15.  Get Where I Belong  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Nick C Date: December 30, 2004 at 12:22
Andy Curran's first solo outing for me remains his best and contains some cool hard rock and AOR. One Good reason is a great song to start the CD off and Good Time to be Bad follows in a similar style. More Than a Memory has a fierce hook that embeds itself in your subconcious to the point that you'll be humming it for weeks. A good strong release...Excellent.

From: Date: January 27, 2005 at 23:30
Nick C, you moron..this is Carl dixon solo cd!! Not that stupid shitty singer from Coney you need to look things over before typing about them

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From: Jez Date: January 28, 2005 at 7:23
Errrr, Over reaction, Nick C only got the name wrong - not a hangable offence, easily done. I sometimes get thwm muddled as they Both sang for Coney Hatch (bloody good they both were too). SOME people need to chill out around here me thinks. Good album indeed and alot better than the follow up 'Into The Future'. Nick - don't ever get names confused again please, otherwise you will have the wrath of god come down on you and all that know you!!!!

From: Nick C Date: January 28, 2005 at 13:50
Glad you keep yourself anonymous matey!!!! Big brave guy! Yep I made a mistake....by the way he sang for Coney Hatch too! Look things over before you type them!

From: Nick C Date: January 28, 2005 at 13:51
By the way Jez I'm not having a dig at you...it's the guy above! Cripes I even forget my own name at times hahaha!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: September 20, 2005 at 4:01
Decent-Average Hard/AOR album, la verdad uno espera mas con un album con esa cantidad de cortes y mas aun viniendo del hombre de los amados Coney Hatch que nada tiene que hacer con ellos, asi que el album tendra sus buenos momentos como Good Time To Be Bad, Love Strikes o The Blood Rises(cortes muy en linea a los Coney), pero la gran mayoria aburre, lo siento pero espere mas, es que Coney Hatch es otro lote y este album no da la talla.

From: TIM (2) Date: September 20, 2005 at 4:58
I wouldn't normally disagree with Nick C & Jez, but I'm going to here. This is utterly lame & workmanlike AOR, & is just so uninspired. The performances are very flat, & only "More than A Memory" stand out song-wise. To continue the Brett Walker connection, I actually bought this at the same time as Walker's "Nevertheless" & while I played that disc to death, I left this one to collect dust. Lame. 4/10.

From: swissmelodic Date: February 9, 2007 at 7:55
Sehr durchschnittliches AOR Album. Die Highlights kommen von Brett Walker welche auch auf seinem Album zu finden sind und auch besser interpretiert werden. Das heisst aber nicht, dass sonst alles an dem Teil schlecht ist. Ideal zum Autofahren oder BŁgeln

From: rick kerch vzla Date: June 19, 2013 at 14:56
Wow,sorry to disagree but for me this first solo effort by Carl is a more than an average one(respecting every person's comment of course)...tracks 1,2,3,4(catchy),5(nice mid tempo),7,10( )& 12 are pretty good ones IMHO...even though is an early 90's record it has some essence of the 80's in the songs,reminded me of mid/late 80's Triumph band one way or another...recommended...88/100

From: zld Date: June 28, 2013 at 20:21
Yes, what is everybody bitching about this cd. It's a great record in Bryan Adams tradition. Catchy tunes on offer.8/10

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