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Label: Ride Records
Catalog Number: Ride 0012
|2.||The Letting Go|
|4.||Tell Me What You Want From Me|
|6.||Jammin' With Jesus|
|7.||Stab In The Back|
|8.||Never Ending Nights|
|10.||How Many Zeros|
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|From: juan carlos||Date: July 3, 2008 at 23:28|
|Very Good Melodic Rock/Fusion. Many influences from different styles make it an enjoyable album. "I Am" "Everchanging Times" "Never Ending Nights" and "Never Ending Nights" are the Highlights for me. Recommended. 8.5/10|
|From: spaniard||Date: July 4, 2008 at 6:47|
|itīs not instrumental|
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|From: Jez||Date: July 18, 2008 at 8:28|
|A Very welcome 4th solo disc, and once again, as with previous 'Luke' solo discs, a good mix of styles on show, from the Toto'esqu title track, to the balladesque 'The Letting Go', 'Never Ending Nights' & 'I Am', The Westcoast stylings of 'Tell Me What You Want',the excellent Steely Dan like groove of 'Stab In The Back', through to the more experimental numbers like 'Jammin' With Jesus' and the Instrumental 'The Truth'. Loads of stuff to get your teeth into on here, played and presented with bucketloads of Style and class as we have come to expect from Steve. Highly recommended.|
|From: aMetalhead1966||Date: July 22, 2008 at 13:10|
|Jez nails it perfectly..great release and Steve's playing is top notch...Fave's being "Jammin with Jesus" and "Stab In The Back" . Great Stuff!!!|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: December 11, 2011 at 18:17|
|Mellow album with smoothies more than rockies but still pleasant for our ears...best tracks for me are "Everchanging Times"(the hit single of it),"The Letting Go"(nice),"Tell Me What You want Fro Me" and "I Am"(nice)...86/100|
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