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Catalog Number: D2-71650
|4.||Shadows In The Night|
|8.||The Wild One|
|9.||Searching For Satisfaction|
|10.||Twilight Is Over|
|11.||Running With The Storm|
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|From: zld||Date: June 7, 2005 at 7:48|
|Very nice cd. It's aor mixed with a little country. 7/10|
|From: Tim||Date: June 7, 2005 at 10:46|
|Sorry, but the "Seth Marsh" or "John Cafferty" style of vocal is not indicative of country. Probably just different than what you are used to. Fans of Robert Tepper, Joe "Bean" Esposito, Jimmy Barnes, Gerard McMann, or a refined Bruce Springsteen, would enjoy this. Better and more uptempo than John Cafferty or Springsteen IMO.|
|From: Swazi||Date: June 13, 2005 at 16:34|
|I think this is a very good CD. I have always liked it since I heard it first in the early 90's. Actually the songs "Desolation Angel", "Mystery Street" and "Dreaming Girl" are responsible for my love for AOR and Melodic Rock. The production could be a little better, but then nothing is perfect. :-)|
|From: juan carlos||Date: October 13, 2007 at 3:15|
|Mas de acuerdo con Tim, no hay Country quizas por la voz(a lo Jimmy Barnes, "The Boss"..) se pueda pensar en Country pero nada que ver. AOR/Rock con sus teclados buenos en algunos temas. Las mejores son a mi gusto "Desolation Angel" buen comienzo con esa boss,digo voz a lo Bruce Springsten al igual que en "Twilight Is Over" elegante "Shadows In The Night" tambien muy buena, pero me quedo con ese final magnífico: "Running With The Storm" Mi Favorita. Regular a bueno en global. 7.8/10|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: January 20, 2011 at 19:56|
|Tom is really spot on here..Bruce Springsteen voice alike...hoarse...like "the boss" ...some nice simple AOR shots such as "Desolation Angel","Shadows In The Night","Paradise Highway","Twilight Is Over"(nice song)& "Running With Rhe Storm"....easy listening stuff...not extraordinaire but good anyway...84/100|
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