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Category: CCM AOR
Label: Curb Records
Catalog Number: 77926
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Billy Smiley acoustic and elctric guitar, backing vocals|
Mark Gersmehl keyboards, lead and backing vocals
Barry Graul acoustic guitar and electric guitar
Steve Hindalong percussion
Mike Mead drums
Mark Hill bass
|1. ||Looking Glass ||4:00|
|2. ||Man Overboard ||5:06|
|3. ||Honestly ||4:37|
|4. ||Steel and Stone ||5:28|
|5. ||Vine ||4:07|
|6. ||Fall on Me ||4:43|
|7. ||Love Is Everything ||5:01|
|8. ||Give Enough ||4:28|
|9. ||Remember This ||4:58|
|10. ||Jesus ||4:14|
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|Total Running Time:|| 46:42|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: May 10, 2003 at 3:44|
|Too many ballads and not enough rockers. That's my only complaint though, but it should be noted first and foremost. As for the ballads, they are some of Whiteheart's best. I just think maybe they should have made songs like "Looking Glass", "Man Overboard" and "Remember This" rock a little more. Steel and Stone/Jesus are straight ahead rockers though. Too bad they broke up. This is a good album if you want upbeat music, but not in the mood to headbang. Definitely worth the money though .
|From: Jeremy Witte
||Date: May 15, 2003 at 0:14|
|Good cd... Not as great as "Highlands", and the reference to the occultic "crystal ball" in man overboard is a bit too extreme for my tastes. questions? email email@example.com
||Date: February 26, 2004 at 17:27|
|Hmmm... I've never completely connected with the Whiteheart 'thing'. Tremendous talent, but in my opinion never used to it's full potential. Must admit I have not heard their earliest albums, though. Out of the albums I have heard, Freedom and Tales of Wonder are my favourite. Redemption is still definitely worth owning but it certainly takes a lot of listens to really appreciate. Best tracks - 'Steel and Stone', 'Vine', and 'Love is Everything'.
||Date: March 3, 2004 at 8:21|
|ok cd.. it`s a little bit better than "inside" but i still miss the good feeling i have when i`m listening to "highland" and "freedom".
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