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Artist: Tommy Funderburk

Title: Anything For You

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock/AOR

Year: 2005

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

Catalog Number: FR CD 218


Tommy Funderburk Vocals
Fabrizio V. Zee Grossi Bass, Keyboards, Producer
JM Scattolin Guitar
Phil Brown Guitar
Rob Vanni Guitar
Amy Rothstein Keyboards
Joachin Cannaiuolo Drums
Biggs Brice Drums


1.  Learning How To Love  4:21
2.  Remember Our Love  4:53
3.  Anything For You  5:11
4.  Only You Can Give Me  4:03
5.  To Say You Love Me  4:21
6.  You Got The Love  4:22
7.  Skin  3:33
8.  The Garden  3:49
9.  Second Chance  4:02
10.  Say A Little Prayer  5:05
Total Running Time:  43:40

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Existing comments about this CD

From: ROB GARCIA Date: January 30, 2005 at 11:01
"give this man a good song to sing and he'll make it a classic!"this phrase sums up pretty much what i think of this guy's voice.tommy is no newcomer into the business as he sung for: boston;king of hearts;the front;what if...and did backing vocals for many first rate hard rock bands(too many to mention here).i guess it was about time for the man to do something to really call it of his own,and "anything for you" is the result.was i impressed!?...you bet!if you're into high quality aor/westcoast

From: ROB GARCIA Date: January 30, 2005 at 11:07
then this is something special that you shouldn't ignore.i know it's too early in the year to make some conclusions but i'll bet anything that this album will make my top ten of 2005...and that's saying something!.

From: Ralfster Date: February 1, 2005 at 2:34
Good album but it could have been so much better with different musicians & another producer. No doubt Mr. Grossi's a competent guy but he's just not the right one for TOMMY. I have the demos 4 most of these songs with musicians like GREG MATHIESON etc. and I find them superior to these "final" versions although they're more in a Westcoast style. Most AOR/Melodic-Rock fans will probably still prefer the new versions...

From: deep-impact 04 Date: February 1, 2005 at 3:48
spot on there with yoru coments Ralfster, u r truely one of the west coast aor kings up there in southern Germany

From: Date: February 4, 2005 at 18:56
Hmmm, first off, good album, I was a bit let down, was expecting this to be huge!!!! Production to me seems just a tad off and vocals a little thin, Still, good release, the first five songs are all great but after a while, a little sameness. What a great voice in the music industry!!! This blows away most stuff out there in this day and age. Don't get me wrong, very good album indeed, I think I was really overly excited about this one and listening did not meet expectations. Again, very worth h

From: Swriter Date: February 4, 2005 at 19:15
forgot name again!!!! hehehe

From: Swriter Date: February 9, 2005 at 17:40
I have to add to my other post, I am a little let down of the production but this has grown on me like a fungus, tracks 1-7 just float by, really, I love all tracks but seen to skip on The Garden. Say a Little Prayer with vocals as remember the children brings a tear!!!!!! what great songs with an extra factor, this has become one of my favs lately, funny how something can grow on you and change your opinion!!!!!

From: TIM (2) Date: February 10, 2005 at 3:39
To say the productions a bit thin on this would be the understatement of 2005 so far. The sounds a mess, with only the vocals coming out with credit. This sounds just like the James Christian did - awful - but the songs are a little better than the J.C. The first 5 tracks are the highlights, as are the excellent vocals. Not an overly memorable CD - and not in the league of the 1st King of Hearts - but if you can get over the production quality then you'll find some good quality AOR here. 7/10.

From: Wotty Date: July 1, 2005 at 9:41
A good,though not totally exceptional,album from Tommy.His voice saves the day from the previously mentioned"thin" production,that seems to be a characteristic from Frontiers these days...

From: juan carlos Date: July 22, 2007 at 16:09
Coincido totalmente con Ralfster, con otro productor y otros músicos éste disco pudo ser MUCHO mejor de lo que es, suena a sus proyectos hechos por Frontiers con Grossi. Mr. Funderburk gran sesionista/Compositor de primer nivel y Backing vocals en muchisimos discos. Tiene sus buenos temas de MR: "Second Chance" es mi favorita, "To Say You Love Me" balada muy buena y la voz a lo Gary Barden, "Only You Can Give Me" "Remember Our Love" "Learning How To Love" con la voz a lo James Christian. 8/10

From: tomdwa Date: June 10, 2020 at 18:48
As stated by others, the very average production quality doesn't do this justice, and that's a pity because several songs show some promise.

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