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Joe Bruce and 2nd Avenue

Joe Bruce and 2nd Avenue

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Category: Lite AOR / Westcoast

Year: 1987

Label: Lord Records

Catalog Number: 8-7403

Average Rating: 84 / 100 (11 ratings)

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Personnel
Joe "Bean" Esposito Lead & Backing Vocals
Bruce Sudano Lead & Backing Vocals
Dann Huff Guitars
Nathan East Bass
Joe Chemay Bass
Michael Omartian Keyboards, Producer
Erich Bulling Synthesizer Programming
Marcus Ryle Synthesizer Programming
John Robinson Drums
Bob Conti Percussion
Gary Herbig Saxophone
Kim Hutchcroft Saxophone
Jerry Hey Trumpets
Bill Reichenbach Trombone
Donna Summer Backing Vocals
Dara Bernard Backing Vocals
Mary Ellen Bernard Backing Vocals
Portia Griffin Backing Vocals
Tracks
1.  We Can Have It All  
2.  Something Tells Me (Into Something Good)  
3.  No Way To Win  
4.  Save The Love  
5.  Some Things Never Change  
6.  The Terms Of Love  
7.  The Message Is Clear  
8.  Powerful Girl  
9.  America (What's The Price You Pay)  
10.  I Found Love  

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From: aorjocke Date: October 28, 2006 at 13:54
Great Hitech AOR/Pop Rock album!This is for fans of Planet 3, Tim Feehan, Cliff Magness...this is a high class cd from start to finish, crystal clear production and good Musicians like Dann Huff and Michael Omartian.The songs vary between AOR to hitech westcoast. Best songs in my opinion are "We Can Have It All", "The Terms of Love" and "Powerful Girl"...great hitech AOR!

From: ROBERT Date: October 29, 2006 at 12:35
WE CAN HAVE IT ALL - La q abre es una gran cancion, otra d mis grandes favoritas, una mezcla d Michael McDonald, sin duda la mas A.O.R del disco!!! ojala el resto del disco siguiera esta linea!! SOMETHING TELL ME - aki la cosa ya empieza a torcerse, esto parece una especie d Jazz, Rhytmn n' blues mezclado con Pop d la epoca AMERICA - para mi esto no es A.O.R. y tampoco WEST COAST, tiene una onda tipo Lionel Richie, con tokes "Tropicales"/ Caribeños tb pizcas d Baby Face y sonido Soul "negro" POW

From: ROBERT Date: October 29, 2006 at 12:36
Publicado: Sat Oct 21, 2006 5:20 pm Título del mensaje: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- T comento lo q me parecen los temas: WE CAN HAVE IT ALL - La q abre es una gran cancion, otra d mis grandes favoritas, una mezcla d Michael McDonald, sin duda la mas A.O.R del disco!!! ojala el resto del disco siguiera esta linea!! SOMETHING TELL ME - aki la cosa ya empieza a torcerse, esto parece una especie d Jazz, Rhytmn n' blues mezclado con Pop d la epoca

From: ROBERT Date: October 29, 2006 at 19:47
POWERFUL GIRL - Joer me recuerda a Phil Collins, en especial al Phil Bayley... ramalazos d musica Usa q se hacia a mediados d los 80' Eso si, Buen solo, cortesia Dann Huff!! I FOUND LOVE: La Voz no esta nada mal, pero esto parece un tema d "gospel"!! MESSAGE IS CLEAR - Muy bien la Guitarra, el resto, un pelin raro.. THE TERMS OF LOVE - Para mi la mejor del disco!! vaya teclazas, est tema me recuerda muxo a los grandes temas del Genial John O'Banion!! Un Buen disco d la epoca, Grandes Momentos, p

From: zandi Date: November 10, 2006 at 10:39
My all time favourite CD !!! Unfortunately I only have a CD-R of it and not the Original one ... But the main reason is that I can listen to some of the best songs ever composed !!! Brillant melodies and great voices - Sensationally !!! I would be interested why this CD - although it has been released on a major label (EMI) - is this incredibly rare !!!??? Does anybody has any information about this?

From: oliver Date: November 10, 2006 at 11:42
you for sure have to be a westcoast-maniac to get into that cd. apart from the very good first track this sounds to me very poppy, very average. although i prefer to listen to melodic rock and usually avoid harder stuff i have to say that this one is much too soft. and sorry guys, can´t hear the great melodies. 6/10

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: November 12, 2006 at 12:58
Good album, los terminos citados arriba sobre el estilo es el correcto ahora despues de lo dicho por el Gran ROBERT no hay mucho que agregar tambien coincido contido tio We Can Have It All & The Terms Of Love lo mejor del album, eso si el "Bean" nunca sacara una mejor cancion que "You're The Beast" uno de mis 100 temas AOR favs de todos los tiempos y eso no es solo gusto personal sino de cualquier amante del AOR de nivel A1 y seguro uds tienen esa misma opinion o me equivoco?

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: November 12, 2006 at 13:01
You’re the best! Around! Nothing’s gonna ever keep you down You’re the Best! Around! Nothing’s gonna ever keep you down You’re the Best! Around! Nothing’s gonna ever keep you dow-ow-ow-ow-own Fight ‘til you drop never stop can’t give up Til you reach the top (FIGHT!) you’re the best in town (FIGHT!) Listen to that sound A little bit of all you got Can never bring you down You’re the best! Around! Nothing’s gonna ever keep you down You’re the Best! Around!

From: Nix Date: August 12, 2007 at 3:22
Man, I want this album cause I loved the song 'We Can Have It All' from the movie Russkies.

From: aor4sale Date: August 21, 2009 at 9:49
'We Can Have It All' from the movie 'Russkies' is just awesome - no doubt about it BUT the rest is sadly not on the same par. I have listened to it over and over and try as I might I cannot find a single 'hook' to reel me in on regarding the other tracks. A shame really - if the other tracks had all been in the same calibre as the aforementioned track it would have been a killer.

From: aornufc Date: September 22, 2010 at 8:11
aor4sale has hit the proverbial nail on the head. A good album, no doubt, but over-rated judging by the prices paid fort it

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 18, 2011 at 23:35
Lets say that this a good Lite AOR/Westcoast album and that's about all...enjoyable surely but far a killer one..."We Can Have It All"(from the movie Russkies) is the best song along with "The Terms Of Love"..."No Way To Win"(nice),"Save The Love" & "America"(also nice)are another interesting songs...for me it has also a very flexible rating of mine...92/100 ...the rate doesn't mean that an album has to be an essential one,but yeah it rocks!!!


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