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Keepin' the Dream Alive

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Category: AOR

Year: 1982

Label: Aries Records

Catalog Number: AA9160

Average Rating: 78 / 100 (8 ratings)


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Todd Hobin lead vocal, backing vocals, synthesizer, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar, Piano, percussion
Doug Moncrief Piano, synthesizers, backing vocals, bass, lead vocal, rhythm guitar, keyboards, Roto-Toms
Bruce Fowler guitars, backing vocals, lead guitars, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar
Shawn Hobin drums, backing vocals, vocals
John Kane Tenor Sax
Mark Doyle bass, Synthesized bass, synthesizers, Clavinet, Piano, backing vocals, guitar, lead guitar, acoustic guitar, percussion, Producer
Peter Mack String bass
Vince Taft percussion
1.  Keepin' the Dream Alive  4:31
2.  I Ain't Got No Money  3:45
3.  Lost Without Your Love  4:05
4.  How Do I Kiss You?  3:16
5.  Let It Roll  2:12
6.  Talkin' Like a Fool  3:58
7.  Jealousy  3:27
8.  Tonight (I Wanna Be Lonely)  3:51
9.  Keepin' the Dream Alive reprise  0:50
10.  Aria for K.T. instrumental  1:42
11.  No Words  3:43
Total Running Time:  35:20

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From: Kim HP Date: December 8, 2007 at 8:35
This is a very nice AOR record, with that typical early 80's sound. Mr. Hobin has a great voice and the musicanship is tight. Besides "Let It Roll", which sounds like Elvis, this is pure early 80's AOR like Sheriff, Preview, Spys and so on. Hightlights are the title track, "Lost Without Your Love" and especially "How Do I Kiss You?" which feature an incredibly catchy chorus.In summary, not a classic but very well worth picking up!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: June 6, 2011 at 21:42
Yeah in agreement with Kim HP...nice early 80's AOR...i have the same thought about the track "Let It Roll" ...is Elvis Presley by the 4 sides!!!...with a little dosage of Rockabilly...but if we talk about favourites,mines are "Keepin' The Dream Alive","How Do I Kiss You?" & "No Words"...78/100...decent album...

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