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Category: Lite AOR/ West-coast
Label: BMG Germany
Catalog Number: 74321 30263 2
|1.||Lift Me Up|
|3.||Let A Good Thing Die|
|7.||Glad As Hell|
|8.||Heart Of Stone|
|9.||Never Say Never|
|10.||Baby I Need You|
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|From: peterpoland||Date: February 1, 2006 at 4:57|
|What we get here is a nice piece of westcoast/acoustic AOR very similar to Keven Jordan st album, or Jude Cole.After "Lift Me Up" or "Suzanne", you're not expecting a real AOR monsters,rather smooth acoustic tunes.Then comes tracks like "Glad As Hell"(and you get the feeling it Richard Marx Rush Street album),"Heart of stone" Brett Walker's track,while "Never say never"is a winner,and a real TOTO'ish AOR killer(with amazing hooks and melodies).Album was produced by Gary Stevenson(Go West)|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: January 6, 2013 at 16:18|
|For me this is a killer Westcoast/Lite AOR release,the whole album has plenty of music richness!!!...my faves tracks are 2,3(beauty soft),4,5(very nice),7,8,9 & 10...highly recommended if you like this genre of music...90/100|
|From: gfranciscop||Date: July 21, 2021 at 21:17|
|Another one of those albums whose cover tells me I'm probably gonna like the songs. Well, not so sure now, it begins with a Country/Celtic rhythm in Lift Me Up. Then a Pop tune with Suzanna (which reminds me of Kylie Minogue - Spinning Around, where one of the members of the duo worked later), seems I was wrong about the album. Let A Good Thing Die is a nice sounding song with a great production trick in the last half. Fine Now is a huge tune, massive Westcoast here. Glad As Hell reminds me of Whitesnake for some reason, great tune too. It goes a bit all over the place with no focus really, good effort though. Rating: 7/10. Favorite Track: Fine Now.|
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