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Artist: Kenny Rogers Jr.

Title: Yes - No - Maybe

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Kenny Rogers Jr. Yes - No - Maybe Album Cover


Category: Lite AOR

Year: 1989

Label: Czpress Records

Catalog Number: ZD0132


Kenny Rogers Jr.


1.  Talia  
2.  Take Another Step Closer  
3.  Ask Me How I Know  
4.  Don't Wake Me Up  
5.  Run  
6.  Everything That's You  
7.  The Bright Side  
8.  Hold Me  
9.  Love Is Easy  
10.  Signals  

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From: peterpoland Date: June 17, 2007 at 7:32
Good hi-tech/lite AOR album. Dan Huff played on guitars on "Don't wake me up" (writteb by Sembello). John Robinson on drums and Michael Omartain on keyboards. You can expect good musicianship, and a blend of westcoast and lite/keyboard oriented AOR. Similar to Think Out Loud, 2 A.M., Joe Pasquale or Kevin Raleigh. Some tunes remind me of Bob Halligan or Tim Feehan. No fillers here if you like that kind of lite AOR music. Every track has got something to offer. Too bad he released only one album.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: June 30, 2007 at 15:29
Very Good Hi-Tech/Lite/AOR album, Peter el Gran Peter que ama esta clase de albums no puede faltar su comentario y como no si es muy bueno una delicia temas Don't Wake Me Up, Everything That's You, Talia (los 3 mejores cortes y eso que es bien jodido elegir en este album ya que hay que tener un tacto especial), Ask Me How I Know, Love Is Easy, Run(una Intro de ensueño MAGICA)... pero todos los temas tienen algo especial que haces que los disfrutes, Recomendado de hecho 8.5/10

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: June 30, 2007 at 15:36
Ahora como bien dice Peter los parecidos a Tim Feehan, 2 A.M., Joe Pasquale y artistas similares donde tambien incluyo a los Boluevard del primer album ya que esos 3 mejores cortes que cito facil entran en ese disco como lo mejor en fin un album para disfrutar con ese estilo y atmosfera unica de los 80's lo que nos da Kenny Junior hijo del Gran Kenny Rogers.

From: PODEROSO YIRO Date: May 7, 2008 at 21:58
Another Great Hi Tech AOR album with some Westcoast elements. I really enjoy everytime this album sounds in my cd player. I think this album´s style goes in a 2 A.M, BOUNCE THE OCEAN, MICHAEL LEARNS TO ROCK and BOULEVARD(first album) direction. Great Musicianship, compositions that sometimes touches the "Pop" boundaries, A very good vocals by Kenny Rogers Jr. which combines a really beautiful voice with a soft vocal style. All songs are very enjoyable, but absolutely my favorite track is "Talia", an amazing mid tempo ballad, so romantic, so intense and so full of melody... I really love this song!. Very Recommended

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 29, 2012 at 18:18
Pleasant Hi-Tech AOR/Lite AOR/Westcoast AOR...in agreement with the good comments above ...it is a shame that Kenny didn't release any more stuff apart from this album because the guy had talent...anyway songs such as "Talia","Don't Wake Me Up","Everything That's You","The Bright Side","Hold Me" & "Love Is Easy"(for me the best cut of the album)surely will make you smile of happiness...recommended...86/100

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