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Artist: The Bridge

Title: Demo

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The Bridge Demo Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1997

Label: Northwind Rec Studio

Catalog Number: NWR-0797


Ron Taylor vocals
Drew Smith guitars, keyboards, and vocals
Earl Schreyer bass
Tommy Stewart drums
Gary Sanchez drums
Ron Taylor was lead vocalist for Lillian Axe


1.  Dance Of Life  
2.  These Same Skies  
3.  Standing  
4.  What She Said  
5.  Faith In You  
6.  Can't Pretend  
7.  Where Do I Belong  
8.  Turn Of The Century Girl  
9.  Forgotten  
10.  Stray  
11.  What Real Love  
12.  Down to You bonus track  
13.  Change of Heart bonus track  
14.  Tomorrow bonus track  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: DARTH Date: May 25, 2001 at 11:04

From: Erik Date: July 14, 2002 at 3:46
I got this cd a few years after it got released. I had found the website and emailed the webmaster about buying the cd and he replied back saying its not for sale but give him my address and he would send me a copy. A few weeks later I got it in the mail autographed by Ron Taylor. I didn't even have a clue he was the one who talked in the email. He seems like a real nice guy seeing how he even paid to ship it to me.

From: purrfect-kat Date: September 16, 2002 at 2:06
why am I not suprised the singer paid the shipping fee himself to have this snooooooozer of a cd sent to ya.

From: Chellie Date: December 26, 2002 at 12:51
This cd contains an exceptional beautiful song: Can't Pretend....

From: 3lvis Date: January 3, 2003 at 21:37
Also, not mentioned here, is that Ernie Pomeroy was the drummer on Standing and was "instrumental" in writing many of the tunes. It was a great time in the Studio we literally built on the back of Drew's house!

From: manos Date: February 21, 2003 at 4:40
Very lucky to get this cd from Ebay UK. Must be the only ~guy in Greece who owns it! It is so different to Lillian Axe, but yet so good! The right word to call this music would be charming. Beatiful guitar pop songs with smooth melodies and tight playing. The tunes are very catchy and get easily to the listeners mind. Simple structure but yet very spiritual. I love this voice!

From: jayglam@hotmail Date: October 14, 2003 at 8:41
I am a huge Lillian axe fan, but don't really dig this maybe if it had a few rockers on there instead of nearly all ballads and acoustic. Ron Taylor has one of the best voices ever, but this is not up to the songwriting and guitar playing standard of the Mighty Axe. The cd is okay if you wan't to mellow out. Jay from Australia.

From: 007walleye Date: October 25, 2004 at 19:57
When it comes to Ron Taylor's Vocals whatever he sings sounds Great, i have loved his Vocals since the start, honestly, i have all the Lillian Axe stuff and when i wanna here Ron Rock it out i throw one of those in, when i wanna hear the pure Soul and heartfelt emotions within him i listen to this cd, it's a Calming kinda cd..People have ti understand as we grow our emotions and sense of importance changes, one must venture out and reach deep within ourselves, i totally praise Ron for Sharing th

From: Curtis Scheck Date: December 20, 2004 at 16:35
I LOVE Lillian Axe. I REALLY LOVE this cd. This CD is GREAT!! Standing, What She Said and Can't Pretend is my fave songs. If your Lillian Axe fan want something heavy check out Steve Blaze band NLE. Any Bridge fans or members please write. saltydog419@webtv.net

From: Geoff Date: March 14, 2005 at 22:11
If you're seeking this, just make sure you're not expecting a riff filled extravaganza with soaring choruses ala 'Show a little love' etc, because this could not be further from Ron's Lillian Axe days. Like the above, I'm a huge fan of Lillian Axe, and of Ron, but can't say I really got into this one. Nice mellow rock and I'll keep it for the collection, but I wouldn't label it essential, even for the biggest die-hard Lillian Axe fan.

From: happy2849 Date: January 13, 2011 at 14:28
Love "Lillian Axe" so when I found this a few years ago I thought I had something special. It's not bad but is not close to what I was expecting. Weak production and some poorly written songs. Ron gave it his all, but it was not enough for me to keep.

From: gooup Date: March 21, 2012 at 20:36
Phenomenal CD filled with meaningful, thought-provoking lyrics and themes. Not for the shallow of mind and those with jaded ears. If you don't get this, then you have no soul.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 8, 2012 at 12:14
If you are into semi acoustic or acoustic songs then The Bridge is a pleasant option to listen to.Forget about any kind of similarities to Lillian Axe,this is completely another type of stuff,this is another story..."Dance Of Life"(nice),"Standing"(nice,catchy),"What She Said","Faith In You","Forgotten"(nice) & "What Real Love" are my faves...moody music for moody souls,i guess...76/100

From: gooup Date: June 18, 2019 at 13:05
There are three bonus tracks not listed here: Down to You Change of Heart Tomorrow

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