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Category: Lite AOR / Westcoast
Label: Self Released
|6.||All or Nothing|
|9.||What Can I Do|
|10.||Every Beat of My Heart|
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|From: tomdwa||Date: April 14, 2020 at 19:27|
|Yessss!!! Almost 30 years later, they succeed to release a new glorious aor-westcoast-album! This is melodic bliss from start to finish, sounding very similar to Toto-Joseph Williams-era. The disc is full of smooth compositions, brought with a lot of musical intelligence, sense of melody and playing enthousiasm. And the production is spot on too. Perfect Crime is 100% Toto, the title track Water is pure gold, Falling down is perfect chill-westcoast, All or nothing is a song you'd expect on a Champlin Williams Friestedt album, Velvet eyes sparkles in every possible direction, the cool track Tell me is maybe my favorite of the album, and closing track Wishing well is a beautiful instrumental. Again: yesssss :-)!!!!|
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