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Category: Lite AOR / Melodic Modern Rock
Label: RED Distribution
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Scott Bricklin vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, keyboards, percussion|
Brian Bricklin vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, loops
Mark Gorman vocals, acoustic & electric basses
Gary Gold drums
|1. ||Fear Of Flying ||3:56|
|2. ||Mercy Blue ||4:25|
|3. ||Take You Down ||4:36|
|4. ||Only God Knows ||4:20|
|5. ||Come See Julia ||3:49|
|6. ||Thinking Of You ||4:56|
|7. ||Carousel ||4:40|
|8. ||I Wanna ||4:48|
|9. ||Angel ||3:42|
|10. ||The Sky Above ||7:25 |
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|Total Running Time:|| 46:37|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: September 3, 2010 at 1:18|
|Good Acoustic Melodic Rock, "Fear Of Flying, Mercy Blue & Only God Knows" best tracks IMO, 70/100.
||Date: September 11, 2010 at 19:33|
|Those of you with long memories will remember a fine release in 1986 on A&M under the name of "Bricklin" ... the core of that band ...... the brothers Brian and Scott Bricklin and Jake Meyer ...... make up Martin's Dam. This is the second release from MARTIN'S DAM. If you like bands like Nelson and The Rembrandts then you'll probably appreciate it. There are well written songs a plenty on offer which display sincere songwriting and are well textured, and played with genuine conviction. Overall, from an AOR fans' point of view, its not as coherent a release as the Bricklin album, though if you're feeling in a poppy mode it's well worth a listen, I'll warn you now though.....some of the tracks are incredibly catchy.
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