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|2.||Heard You Cry Wolf|
|3.||Do Ya Do Ya Want Me|
|5.||Lost in Love|
|6.||Looking for a Lady|
|8.||Take Me to a Party|
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|From: AOR freaky||Date: November 11, 2005 at 3:51|
|Together with his debut, this is the best album from mr. Rabin ! 'Heard You Cry Wolf' is a great song, but the rest is also good. I want to call this one his most AOR-ish work and it's certainly worth checking out !|
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|From: Jez||Date: November 11, 2005 at 4:45|
|Without a doubt Rabin's best Solo disc by a long mile. Some great varied songs on this 'Open Ended' 'Heard You Cry Wolf' 'Do Ya Do Ya Want Me & 'She's Easy' especially. This release is also notable for the list of sensational Musos on it - Cream's Jack Bruce, Bassist extraordinaire Mo Foster, Simon Philips, Rabbit - Some of the top British session guys at the time - All add that extra soomething bit special to this release, making it a very highly recommended album.|
|From: daysofshred||Date: November 18, 2005 at 4:14|
|Finally arrived on this site!one of my all time heroes:fine musician who actually knows how to read the notes,very underrated guitarist(picked up by Yes a few years later)A real multitalent(singer,guitarist,keyboard player,songwriter,etc..)To bad he only does movie scores nowadays.This is a must have(it's a joy to jam a long on these long notes of "I heard you cry wolf",I sure had fun with it)A 1000 thanks for the music,Trevor.(oh by the way they don't seem to know this on the site,but he's actu|
|From: daysofshred||Date: November 18, 2005 at 4:16|
|actually from South-africa)|
|From: juan carlos||Date: November 15, 2007 at 16:54|
|Pues para el aņo en que saliķ vale la pena. Rock/AOR un tanto Pomposo. Vaya que el MultiInstrumentista de Trevor se lo curra bien eh sobretodo en los solos y buena voz como no. "Heard You Cry Wolf" "Pain" "Open Ended" y "Stop Turn" las mejores IMO, ah y los coros que contagian en "Long Island" tambien me agrada. 8/10|
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