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Artist: Sharon O'Neill

Title: Foreign Affairs

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Sharon O'Neill Foreign Affairs Album Cover

 

Category: Westcoast/AOR

Year: 1983

Label: Columbia

Catalog Number: 469359 2

Personnel

Sharon O'Neill lead vocals, keyboards
Bob Glaub bass 2,4,7,8
Scott Chambers bass 1,3,5,6,10
Mike Baird drums 2,4,7,8
Mike Botts 1,3,5,6,10
Brent Thomas guitars
Don Henley backing vocals 9
Timothy B. Schmit backing vocals 3,5,7,8,9

Tracks

1.  Danger  4:06
2.  Maxine  4:35
3.  One Of a Crowd  4:11
4.  Radio Lover  3:47
5.  Kids In Our Town  4:00
6.  Losing You  3:58
7.  I've Got You To Thank  4:32
8.  Take The Fall  4:25
9.  Hearts On The Run  3:50
10.  All The Way Down  2:02
  
Total Running Time:  39:26

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Kim HP Date: June 26, 2010 at 18:14
A masterpiece of female-fronted AOR. This is the essence of 1983 westcoast/AOR at it's best.Every track is great and if you're a fan of Toronto, Marilyn Martin, Heart or just good melodic rock then this is a must have. 95/100

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: June 27, 2010 at 3:18
Totally agree with Kim HP really a Great album!

From: juan carlos Date: June 27, 2010 at 10:28
I disagree with this comment. This is not a Masterpiece in my opinion, very LiteAOR to my taste but itīs a Very Good LiteAOR/Westcoast somehow. "Radio Silence" and "One of a Crowd" are my favorite tracks. 8.5/10

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From: Jez Date: March 26, 2014 at 16:00
Sharon O'Neill is not a name that is synonymous with the world of AOR in general, but this, her 4th album, is an absolute pearler and pretty much a master class in early/mid 80's AOR. 'Radio Lover', the pompy 'Hearts On The Run' and the lovely ballad 'Take The Fall' are 3 superb examples of what this disc has to offer. It really is surprising that, with songs as good as these (let's not forget the high standards of other 7 either), this album isn't mentioned more often in AOR circles than it is, as it's easily on par with her peers of the time, Pat Benatar, Tane Cain, Teri DeSario and Stevie Nicks included. It may have been somewhat hard to track down on CD in the past, but as of 2013, it is included as part of the 'Original Album Classics' box set series, along with Sharon's first 3 albums {which all have their moments too}. Superb in a word and an essential addition to your collection.


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