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Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)
Catalog Number: FR CD 468
|1.||Somebody Told You||3:22||Listen|
|3.||Month of Sundays||3:57||Listen|
|7.||Down To the River To Pray||0:37||Listen|
|11.||Ready To Fly||4:52||Listen|
|12.||When I'm Away bonus track||2:40||Listen|
|13.||Song for Dianne||3:18||Listen|
|14.||Anywhere But Here||3:31||Listen|
|Total Running Time:||51:20|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: June 3, 2010 at 7:20|
|Take a ride with Tony Harnell a.k.a. Mr. Bojangles and his acoustic odyssey train. Is this better than the last 2 TNT releases? Yes, but just about anything is. This is stripped down, retooled versions of songs from TNT,Starbreaker, and Westworld with one new track 'Anywhere but Here'. When you see a ukulele on the bill you know your in for a treat. His wife get's credit with vocals and playing the 'descant recorder'(wood wind flute). Note to all single men. If your future wife demands that she hyphenates her last name when you get married your in for a adventure. Tony's voice is still in great shape as 'Intuition' and 'Lonely Nights' are pleasant laid back listening, but this isn't really my cup of tea. I'm hoping Harnell will get back in the hard rock saddle, and if not reunite with TNT, then blow the band's current line up out of the water with something new. '|
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