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Artist: John Warren

Title: Private Motion

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Category: AOR

Year: 1989

Label: H.I.T. Avenue Records / Funhouse

Catalog Number: 00GD- 7101


John Warren vocals, Background vocals
Ron Komie guitar
Nick Moroch guitar
Phil Upchurch bass
Paulinho Da Costa bass, percussion
Chuck Wansley Background vocals
Debrah Neal Background vocals
David Woodford Sax
Satoshi Nakamura keyboards & synthesizer
Mark Davis keyboards & synthesizer


1.  Watching Maria Dance  
2.  Private Motion  
3.  Higher Power  
4.  Quiet Time  
5.  Turn On The Light  
6.  Away So Long  
7.  I'll Take You In My Arms  
8.  She Is A Friend Of Mine  
9.  Any Day Now   

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From: Rafo Phoenix Date: July 23, 2008 at 11:19
Very Good AOR Away So Long best song with the perfect style!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: July 23, 2008 at 11:19
Very Good AOR Away So Long best song with the perfect style!

From: peter-poland Date: September 25, 2008 at 9:26
This one's the most WestCoast album in Warren's discography. If you like Michael Thompson Band and his "How Long" you won't go astray with this album.

From: Psyborg Date: June 25, 2009 at 16:46
Not my cup of tea. Sounds schmaltzy. Michael Thompson Band? - Sorry, but they are worlds apart.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 21, 2010 at 1:00
Recommended album,a lot better than his mini debut one.."Watching Maria Dance" is a nice soft track,"Private Motion" is a fave of mine,it has some Richard Marx feel to it,"Higher Power" is relaxing,"Turn On The Light" is a wonderful female duo song and "Away So Long" is a very good AOR track..Richard Marx comes 2 mind when you listen this album..94/100

From: newscandi Date: October 10, 2011 at 16:05
Really good hi tech AOR album. One of the best. Favorites are the ballads "Turn on the lights" and "I'll take you in my arms" but the rest is not bad at all either

From: Marcel Torres Date: July 26, 2014 at 11:45
Some fillers. What I like least of three (Take Me Back has the potential to be the best and One Heart has two real gems - The Chosen Few and Another Side of You). Watching Maria Dance has a nice melody and a nice introductory line of keyboards (song that reminds me Southern S.O.N.S); Private Motion (Richard Marx style), the best one, good Rocker song and my fav here. Higher Power is a good one for Westcoasters; and also couldn't finish without mentioning Away So Long that it's really pleaseant to ears. Except these 4, nothing more caught my attention. Maybe If you like elegant (tacky xD) and smooth ballad listen the duet with Beth Anderson at Turn on the Light. Sorry, but in general, even with the same proposal from the others two, Average AOR.

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