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Category: Acoustic Rock
Label: Midnight Records
Catalog Number: 103101 MEM-DE3
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Midnight Vocals, Backing Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards|
Bobby Kovacs Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards
|1. ||Pain |
|2. ||Seven Angels |
|3. ||Boxes |
|4. ||Black Sheep |
|5. ||Hide & Seek |
|6. ||Monkey Song |
|7. ||TV Queens |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: January 11, 2005 at 14:22|
|i got to meet midnight at last years progpower festival..i got to see him perform his new material.. at a surprise.. on the balcony.. at the fairfield inn ..2 in the morning drunk show..to say the least midnight is a strange character,but if he laid off the booze long enough to see his hidden potential..he could be as good as he once was.
||Date: January 11, 2005 at 14:42|
|Strange is putting it kindly-I'd say booze and a strong sedative. I'd kill to see him back together with Lost Horizon-imagine that at Progpower! He has pretty much gone the Kiske route and turned his back on metal. Shame. In his prime this man could outsing Tate easily.
||Date: November 11, 2007 at 19:36|
|CRIMSON GLORY frontman Midnight along with Bobby Kovacs on keys and guitar. Extremely elusive and a must have for fans of CRIMSON GLORY. It seems as though this project got put on hold and never saw the promotion it was destined to have, hence the CD has become a collector's item.
||Date: July 8, 2009 at 10:37|
|I´m shocked, one of the greatest and most extraordinary singer passed away, and I´m NOT talking about Michael Jackson. MIDNIGHT R.I.P.
||Date: January 18, 2010 at 0:32|
|Agree with all here,, Midnight was one of those vocalists that could transcend you through music. Listening to old Crimson Glory you get that feeling like when you listen to the first Queensryche EP, you are suddenly taken away to medieval lands and distant places. Very few vocalists have the power to do that. A true vocal legend, lost to alcohol. I know the feeling, I drank for over a solid decade myself. R.I.P. brother, you are gone but not forgotten.
|From: juan carlos
||Date: August 12, 2010 at 19:30|
|Pretty average/Strange and boring Acoustic Rock album, "Boxes" and "Black Sheep" are decent tracks but the rest is pretty forgettable. relaxing by moments and just in those tracks, no more. 7777
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