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Catalog Number: CK 53567
|1.||Said I Loved You... But I Lied|
|2.||I'm Not Made Of Steel|
|3.||The One Thing|
|4.||Soul Of My Soul|
|6.||Lean On Me|
|7.||Ain't Got Nothing If You Ain't Got Love|
|8.||A Time For Letting Go|
|9.||Never Get Enough Of Your Love|
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|11.||The Voice Of My Heart|
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EPs and CD-singles from Michael Bolton are also welcome to be added, as long as they are at least 4 songs in length.
|From: tomdwa||Date: May 6, 2020 at 20:26|
|Just right that this belter finally is featured on the site. It's literally crammed with beautiful songs and incredible melodies. Okay, certainly (much) more on the 'harmony' than on the 'heavy' side, but nevertheless essential and indispensable for every music/rock lover. As on his previous records, THE voice propels each of these songs to a sky high level. It's full of passion and soul, and goes right to the heart.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: July 19, 2020 at 0:04|
|A nice soft Rock album by one of the best vocalist ever ..."Never Get Enough Of Your Love" is my all time fave in here...tracks # 3,4,5,7 & 8 are also in my book of music...enjoyable stuff...87/100|
|From: kawshy||Date: July 4, 2021 at 4:45|
|I understand Michael Bolton was once the frontman for a hard rock band Blackjack in the early 1980s. Bolton's early to mid 1980s albums are considered AOR. I get why they would be featured on this site. Also, to a lesser degree, I can go along with The Hunger being listed here, even though it's considered to be the "bridging the gap" album between his previous output and his future output. There is no way anything after that should have been listed on here, though. Soul Provider got on here first, and that definitely shouldn't be on here (although of his albums that came out after The Hunger, it's the one that comes the closest to being worthy of a spot here, which isn't saying much). Then, Heavy Harmonies added Time, Love and Tenderness, which made me think it was a sick joke. With this album being here, Heavy Harmonies might as well list his entire catalog.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: July 6, 2021 at 12:54|
|Kawshy: they pretty much have, although they're missing that Christmas album you could only get at Hallmark stores (along with the exclusive Waltons Christmas ornament). Hope somebody corrects this grievous omission. Funny, you knew exactly who I was referring to the other day, without me naming him. There's not too much I can say here that I didn't already on Time Love and Tenderness. The HH inner circle will defend this maudlin twat to the death. I say they're getting awfully mellow in their old age.|
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