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Category: Hard Rock
|1.||Call Of The Eagle|
|3.||Princess Of Darkness|
|4.||I'll Keep Rollin'|
|5.||Rattle The Bones|
|7.||Winds Of Love|
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|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: July 31, 2010 at 15:06|
|Great AOR/Melodic Rock album, finally here! Call Of The Eagle is 1 of my fav. AOR songs in my collection! "Gypsy, Princess Of Darkness, Mary, Merry-Go-Round & Winds Of Love" Great tracks too, easily 90/100.|
|From: z4roxx||Date: August 1, 2010 at 10:09|
|I am trying to find some mp3 of it without success.I did have the Don Mancuso solo album but I sold it.I think this one will be better indeed....?|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: August 2, 2010 at 2:15|
|Hi mate! This one is more AOR/Melodic Rock classic style and better IMO of course, "D Drive" & "Now You See It” are more Hard Rock/Melodic Rock albums with some modern style, question of tastes, best wishes!|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: July 10, 2011 at 18:03|
|In agreement with Rafo Phoenix about this release...a very pleasant one for our ears ...lovely songs such as "Call Of The Eagle","Gypsy"(rocks),"I'll Keep Rollin'","Mary Merry-Go-Round" & "Winds Of Love" undoubtebly will give you a happy day!!!...am i exagerated???...get it and listen!!!.86/100|
|From: desiodom75||Date: November 16, 2014 at 9:13|
|In agreement with all above mentioned guru experts!..totally addicted to this sound,perfect example of melodic rock from eighties!..only "call of the eagle" it's enough to explain my joy! .devastating AOR/MR. 90/100. Rare indie release.|
|From: Marcel Torres||Date: April 5, 2015 at 22:03|
|By Call of The Eagle - pure AOR inspiration - we think this is a Lite AOR CD, but we hear the others one and find out it's not. What we have here is very rare and good (Melodic) Hard Rock album. A little poor production, but with some nice songs. In terms of Hard Rock, I liked more Princess of Darkness and (maybe) Mary, Merry-Go-Round (nice guitars). The others one are some good and some average. So now definetly the highlight is the mentioned before Call Of The Eagle. How atmospheric song! Completly nostalgic for those who miss the 80's AOR feeling, just like me. Recomended. More for the rarity for collectors of the 80's Rock than any other thing. And of course, also for treasure track that opens this album.|
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