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Artist: Bryan Adams

Title: Bryan Adams

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Category: AOR

Year: 1980

Label: A & M Records

Catalog Number: 4800

Personnel

Bryan Adams Vocals, Guitar, Piano
Jim Vallance Bass, Drums, Guitars, Keyboards

Jef Baxter Guitar
Jim Clench Bass, Keyboards
Marek Norman Bass, Keyboards
Peter Bjerring Bass, Keyboards
Tom Szczesniak Bass, Keyboards
Fred Turner Bass, Keyboards
David Hungate Bass, Keyboards
Colina Phillips Bass, Keyboards
Sharon Lee Williams Bass, Keyboards
Gene Meros Sax
Dick Smith Percussion

Tracks

1.  Hidin' From Love  3:17
2.  Win Some, Lose Some  3:47
3.  Wait And See  3:06
4.  Give Me Your Love  2:54
5.  Wastin' Time  3:34
6.  Don't Ya Say It  3:21
7.  Remember  3:41
8.  State Of Mind  3:15
9.  Try To See It My Way  4:03
  
Total Running Time:  30:58

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: January 21, 2009 at 20:13
I think this lasted one spin before I quickly got rid of it. Pretty awful if I recall correctly.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 7, 2011 at 17:54
I don't agree with Geoff's comment but i respect it anyway...for me this is a very nice "debut" album by the very talented Canadian musician Bryan Adams ...obviously what we find in here is an old style AOR sound,typical of the "new decade" the 80's(early 80's i'd say) but surely attractive to our ears...best shots are "Hidin' From Love"(catchy),"Give Me Your Love"(nice one),"Wastin' Time"(rocks),"Don't Ya Say It"(Westcoast sound influenced),"Remember" & "Try To See It My Way"(both ones my favorites )....maybe if you are used to listen to Bryan's newer stuff is gonna be quite hard to dig this one otherwise you'll gonna love it!.87/100

From: Leykis101 Date: August 9, 2012 at 9:44
Oh god, Only Hiding From Love, how is that not the jam that put BA on the map? it's basically written in formula to spell out R.A.D.I.O. it is as radio sounding and brain catching as just about any song ive ever listened to, this cd is worth getting it to just rip song number 1, damn im still bouncing after listening to it, fuck, i hate shitty pop shit catches your brain, and melts it.

From: hair metal again Date: August 5, 2019 at 15:02
Superb debut for BRYAN ADAMS that captures the spirit of the early 80 s with elements of the AOR bands combined with pop music and even disco.All the songs are excellent and cant find any fillers."give me your love" and "try to see it my way" are my favs


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