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Artist: White Heart

Title: Vital Signs

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Category: CCM AOR

Year: 1984

Label: Diadem Records

Catalog Number: 32914

Personnel

Billy Smiley acoustic guitar, piano
Mark Gersmehl synthesizer, piano, vocals
Dann Huff acoustic and electric guitar, vocals
David Lyndon Huff percussion, drums
Gary Lynn bass guitar

Tracks

1.  Sing Unto the Lamb  3:15
2.  Draw the Line  4:38
3.  Walking in the Light  3:56
4.  Carried Away (Safe on the Wings of the...  4:19
5.  Quiet Love  3:52
6.  Following the King  4:05
7.  Let Your First Thought Be Love  3:51
8.  Undercover  3:54
9.  Vital Signs  3:50
10.  We Are His Hands  4:13
  
Total Running Time:  39:53

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Jeremy Witte Date: May 15, 2003 at 0:17
stronghandoflove@yahoo.com Great music. Good anthemic lyrics. Definitely worth getting.

From: Impaler Date: February 22, 2004 at 13:06
Nice message but boring lite AOR album that is only worth anything because guitar god, Dann Huff, played on this album. For those of you that can stand Billy Smiley you may like it. As for me and my house we'll pass.

From: BWH'Indonesia' Date: August 24, 2004 at 9:48
Everything contains Dan Huff is incredible, but that's not the only reason I love this band. Their songs are totally great.

From: Ardian Date: August 25, 2004 at 1:20
BWH Indonesia, maybe you can contact me? I'm a huge AOR fan from Indonesia too just like you. My e-mail is ardiannurcahyo@yahoo.com. And oh yeah, Dann Huff rocks!!!

From: WInston Date: January 15, 2005 at 1:23
CLASSIC! I love everything about this project, but must say that 'Quiet Love' is a masterpiece!

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From: Jez Date: May 19, 2005 at 12:39
Their second release and my favourite of their earlier albums. The best tracks on here are without doubt the Very Toto like 'Draw The Line' and 'Walking In The Light'. A couple of the ballads do get very syrupy and the strong christian slant in the lyrics may put a few people off - otherwise this is definately a keeper and a recommended Westcoast release.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: February 13, 2007 at 16:15
Good-Decent AOR/Westcoast album, todos sabemos que es una banda cristiana y donde estuvo el gran Dan Huff, bueno este album al igual que el anterior del 82 estan al mismo nivel un AOR suave por ratos trabajando junto al Westcoast, este y el anterior nada del otro mundo y ningun tema matador buenos solos si 7/10.

From: metalmastermusic Date: July 11, 2008 at 10:43
This is an excellent slab CCM AOR from back in the day. I remember when this first came out and I thought it was just he best thing I had ever heard. It was for the time it was produced. The "Huffster" has put out some killer stuff then with Giant and the to many to mention group he has played as a studio musician for. This is peice of CCM nostolgia everyone should have. Faves Walking In the Light and Quiet Love. 79/100

From: aorfan700 Date: October 22, 2008 at 10:23
White heart were so much different musically back in their early days. Not just cause of guitarist dan huff but the overall style was much more westcoast even if they always kept a ballad and strong pop side as they went on in later years. I'd reccommend 'Hits from the heart' (released in 2000 and all over ebay for practically nothing) if you want a good overview of the real old white heart as this is an excellently compiled budget price best of that draws only from their first three albums (and one song from their fourth live album I believe). Packs a punch even if you aren't a christian and is a neat cd. This Vital signs album itself is not bad. Worth checking out. I maybe just prefer the debut over it as an 'album'. Both are very very christian lyrics while they will probably often remind you of Toto and Airplay musically. Especially on the debut, that song 'Carry On' reminds strikingly of Airplay 'Should we Carry On' at the chorus. Anyone else agree?

From: 123charpenay Date: September 23, 2015 at 10:24
very light pop variety a o r, influenced by toto.absoluty not a hard rock record.not for me.


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