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Artist: Keats

Title: Keats

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Keats Keats Album Cover


Category: Lite AOR

Year: 1984

Label: Emi/See For Miles Music

Catalog Number: SEECD 447


Colin Bluntstone Vocals
Pete Bardens Keyboards
Ian Bairnsom Guitars
David Paton Bass, Vocals
Stuart Elliott Drums
Richard Cottle Sax, Keyboards


1.  Heaven Knows  
2.  Tragedy  
3.  Fight To Win  
4.  Walking On Ice  
5.  How Can You Walk Away  
6.  Avalanche  
7.  Turn Your Heart Around  
8.  Hollywood Heart  
9.  Ask No Question  
10.  Night Full Of Voices  
11.  Turn Your Heart Around single version  

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From: Jez Date: November 1, 2005 at 5:16
This was quite well recieved back in '84 when it was released as it featured members of the highly respected Camel, The Alan Parsons Project & Pilot. Soundwise this incorporates all those bands in it's sound, so if you like any of those, this is well worth tracking down. Material wise this is lite, although the quality of the material can't be denied & is pretty impressive throughout, with 'Heaven Knows','Tragedy', 'Walking On Ice' & 'Turn Your Heart Around' being the choice picks.

From: AOR freaky Date: November 1, 2005 at 7:06
A bit overlooked, but as Jez says, decent all the way. A bit special in style, don't know exactly how to describe it. It's indeed at the softer end of the spectrum, but the songs are well-structured and Colin's voice is amazing !

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 8, 2007 at 21:55
I love this album!!!.Smooth songs with a lot of inspiration."Tragedy","Avalanche"and "Hollywood heart" are timeless songs that you could easily listen while you're driving your car in a desert highway!.10/10

From: Carlos A. Date: July 14, 2007 at 12:48
Caray sin Parsons ni Woolfson podria pasar facilmente como otra genialidad de The Alan Parsons Project mi grupo favorito de rock sinfonico,este disco(estilo proximo al Vulture Culture)aun no lo tengo pero por lo escuchado en sample asi de breve lo juzgo de gran nivel, buen AOR suave como lo fue Parsons a partir del Turn of a friendly...Este proyecto es de consideracion tan solo por el hecho de contar con musicos de altisimo nivel como Bairnson/Blunstone (asi se escribe) Elliot y Patton. PROMETE.

From: TONI MALLORCA Date: July 15, 2007 at 7:48
sí, es cierto ese album suena descaradamente a alan parsons del 83-85 precisamente porque los musicos son los mismos que tocaban con él en esos albums pero no espereís encontrar hits como "let´s talk about me","prime time" o "don´t answer me" porque esos solo eric woolfson los sabe componer,de todas formas el album esta muy bien producido con un sonido muy elegante a cargo del maestro parsons,mi tema favorito es "walking on ice". lo dicho el unico "pero" es que falta woolfson en la composición p

From: TONI MALLORCA Date: July 15, 2007 at 7:51
pero entonces tendrian que llamarse the alan parsons project!!!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: July 15, 2007 at 13:53
Very Good AOR album, estos son los Alan Parsons si hasta el producio este album pero en fin, tengo la reedicion del 96 con algun tema extra y me parece mejor que esta Ask No Question, Night Full Of Voices, Fight To Win, Turn Your Heart Around, Give It Up puede entrar en el rubro de Lite AOR y con sus toques Prog y sinfonicos que quiza a los puristas del AOR no les agrade(diran que esto los hace dormir) pero esto en su mayoria es AOR con muy buen gusto y como no si es del 84 8.5/10

From: Carlos A. Date: July 16, 2007 at 16:30
Buena observacion Mallorca, Woolfson gracias a sus composiciones fue quien fomento realmente el exito de TAPP (Woolfsongs Inc.)sin el quizas Parsons la hubiera tenido mas dificil. Alan fue brillante en el concepto sinfonico y los arreglos majestuosos y grandilocuentes (Uff hasta ahora no he encontrado un disco tan maravilloso como ese lugubre "Edgar Allan Poe Tales and Mistery and Imagination" del 75) pero Woolfson fue el de la melodia y liricas cerebrales.Estos Keats debieron llamar a Eric.

From: Carlos A. Date: October 1, 2008 at 19:32
Finally I have this masterpiece..and I must to say: BRILLIANT!! I love every single. 9.5/10

From: lalo r.o.c.k. Date: February 1, 2009 at 21:56
What can i say...,the sound drive me crazy! amazing opening song with Heaven knows,Tragedy,there is not a weak track here,only class made with perfect hooks and melodies,and yes,the great Alan Parsons is behind this masterpiece,for me this is AOR at it´s finest with simphonic hooks and those things that make us addicted...9/10.

From: Photochromic Steve Date: February 2, 2009 at 17:06
Probably the only reason that this wasn't an official Alan Parsons Project album is the fact that Eric Woolfson (Parsons' key songwriting partner - who actually wrote most of the Project's songs) wasn't involved. Someone else may have said all that above in Spanish - I can't tell! It sneaked out in 1984, because having heard all of the AAP's albums, I'd never heard of this one until about 4 years ago. What does it sound like? The answer is a very good Alan Parsons Project album - probably the equal of any which went out under the APP name. You get the unique voice of Colin Blunstone on all songs, instead of the usual APP collection of 4 or 5 singers. Recommended.

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