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Catalog Number: F-4319 GED24322A
|1.||Marilyn Dean And James Monroe||4:13|
|3.||Love And Happiness||5:45|
|6.||Living In A Dream||5:25|
|10.||The Jagged Door||5:26|
|12.||Walk On Water||3:06|
|Total Running Time:||55:41|
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|From: zld||Date: August 26, 2005 at 20:35|
|A lot different then his first release. No more Bryan Adams, but more a John Cougar Mellencamp, Jimmy Ryser or Billy Falcon(Singer-songwriter/pop) kind of thing. Rarely play this one, but certainly do like it.I guess this one is a little out of place on HH. 7,5/10|
|From: DanDare||Date: September 2, 2008 at 17:39|
|I really wanted to like this album - honest, I tried really hard. The problem in the end is that it's just too damn quiet. 'Marilyn Dean And James Monroe', 'Parasites' & his cover of Al Green's 'Love And Happiness' are all pleasant enough I was just always left feeling that he could've done with turning up the guitars a bit. Shame really. 70/100.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: October 18, 2012 at 18:30|
|For me both John's records have that "Adams/Mellecamp" touch but this one in a moderate way,not as much as it was on his first release...and well for me both records are good enough to satisfy listeners IMO..."In Dreams" & "The Falcon" are the highlights in here but add to those two tracks 2,3,7(nice),8(catchy)& 12(nice)...recommended...86/100|
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