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Catalog Number: 91678
|1.||Could've Been You|
|2.||Now That It's Not over|
|3.||Still Feels Like Love|
|4.||I Will Remember You|
|5.||Who's Lovin' You Now|
|6.||Window In The Wall|
|8.||The Way It's S'pozed To Be|
|10.||Standing On The Edge Of Goodbye|
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|From: peterpoland||Date: January 28, 2006 at 5:20|
|Westcoast AOR classic in the style of Kevin Raleigh, John Farnham etc. Meaningful lyrics and great musicianship. It would probably be too laid back for melodic hardrockers, but it's a must for every fan of this genre.|
|From: vandervelde||Date: January 28, 2006 at 8:47|
|Mainly known as a songwiter for bands like Icon, Judas Priest and Helix has made us sensational AOR offer ...what we have here it's smooth, calm and very moody westcoast album, very much alike Keven Jordan-No Sign Of Rain, maybe little more straight AOR than Keven...Kevin Raleigh and John Farnham are also spot on comparisons...|
|From: The Dolphin||Date: January 30, 2006 at 15:39|
|AMAZING CD FROM START TO FINISH.YOU DON'T FIND HERE HEAVY GUITAR SOLOS BUT THE MOST POLISH SIDE OF AOR/WESTCOAST AT ITS BEST.EVERY SONG IS A HIT.|
|From: Geoff||Date: February 1, 2006 at 23:35|
|I'm not usually into stuff this lite, but these are great songs. I remember getting this in a trade overseas, then seeing it for $2 in every shop I pass. Very good, solid and smooth AOR. The first 6 tracks are my faves, but any fan of AOR would have to love this disc.|
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|From: Jez||Date: February 2, 2006 at 10:14|
|This surprised me somewhat on it's release, as it was a lot liter/Westcoast than I was expecting, seeing as some of the stuff he has written for Priest,Icon and numerous others in the past. Not complaining one jot though - Ultra fluffy it may be, but this sort of stuff is right up my street, so another one with the Jez seal of approval.|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: March 1, 2006 at 9:17|
|Good AOR/Westcoast album, un buen album similar a solistas citados arriba, Richard Marx, Toto, discos de esos aņos fronterizos, sin ser mi fuerte estilo como este AOR cruzado con Westcoast reconozco que es un buen album, tiene su gusto 7-8/10 RafoPhoenix@hotmail.com para charlar de buena musica y otras cosas tambien|
|From: metalguf||Date: March 13, 2006 at 12:11|
|Wonderful AOR. Not one heavy song on this baby. My two favorites are "Now That It's Not over" and " Who's Lovin' You Now " try to get it if you can.. It's very cheap!!|
|From: Whitesnake||Date: December 29, 2006 at 3:53|
|Surely a great album. The sound is smooth, and he has a nice voice too. "Could've Been You" and "Still Feels Like Love" are in my opinion the best tracks. Sometimes it gets too soft! Anyway my rating is 8 out of 10.|
|From: swriter||Date: June 27, 2007 at 23:23|
|wow, 2 good Bob releases, he wrote most of the songs for Icon--Scene of the Crime and this is a good one, more laid back then Icon but good good good songs!!|
|From: crazynights||Date: September 30, 2008 at 3:48|
|Too much light Aor for my taste. I expected something more rocking, this guy co-wrote great songs for Kiss and Judas.|
|From: halfordhughes||Date: July 29, 2011 at 4:48|
|great aor album!|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: August 7, 2011 at 19:53|
|A jewel!!!...very pleasant Westcoast AOR indeed ...in agreement with The Dolphin comment...my faves are "Could've Been You"(excellent nice),"Now That It's Not Over"(nice),"I Will Remember You"(beautiful),"Window In The Wall"(great!),"The Way Its S'pozed To Be"(very nice),"Hard Rain"(excellent)& "Standing On The Edge Of Goodbye"(excellent smooth)...as some have stated above this guy is well known for having written songs for different acts including Judas Priest & Helix...highly recommended album if you like the soft side of the genre...90/100|
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