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3RD MATINEE - Meanwhile - CD
3RD MATINEE - Meanwhile - CD
3rd Matinee - Meanwhile - NEW CD STILL SEALED
3rd Matinee - Meanwhile - NEW CD STILL SEALED

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Category: Lite/ West Coast AOR

Year: 1994

Label: Reprise

Catalog Number: 9 45396 - 2

Average Rating: 68 / 100 (8 ratings)


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Patrick Leonard keyboards, backing vocals
Richard Page lead vocals, guitar
Brain Macleod drums
Guy Pratt bass
Luis Conte percussion
Julie Delgado backing vocals
Vinnie Coliauta drum, drum Loops
Stev Pocaro synthesizer
James Hannah guitar
Marc Bonilla guitar
1.  I Don't Care  4:30
2.  Freedom Road  4:55
3.  Holiday for Sweet Louise  4:49
4.  She Dreams  6:01
5.  Ordinary Day  4:10
6.  Family Tree  4:42
7.  Echo Hill  4:15
8.  All the Way Home  5:12
9.  Silver Cage  2:38
10.  Trust Somebody  4:36
11.  Meanwhile  4:51
Total Running Time:  50:39

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Existing comments about this CD

From: ferstyx Date: September 7, 2007 at 21:00
Solamente tengo una cancion y no esta nada mal. Hace tiempo que lo busco. Alguien puede describir este disco?.

From: juan carlos Date: March 14, 2008 at 0:37
Hi Fer, this album is very quiet and Westcoast-oriented. Good melodies and choruses (i.e. "Holiday for Sweet Louise" "Freedom Road" "Family Tree"..). Certainly, there are some fillers or strange songs but i wouldnīt call it an avoidable album at all. Btw, "Echo Hill" and "All the Way Home" are good songs. Not for the AOR purists of course but hey! itīs not a solid album. 7/10

From: DanDare Date: October 16, 2010 at 18:13
Very West Coast and the melodies are buried in there somewhere. I liked it when I first heard it and then grew frustrated by the lack of melody. They seem to avoid the obvious hooks in favour of a quirky sound which can grate on you after a time. Clearly the production, musicianship and sing are excellent, as you'd expect, but the lack of a killer hook makes this album 2nd tier, which is a shame.

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