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Artist: John Miles Band

Title: Transition

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John Miles Band Transition Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1985

Label: Krescendo

Catalog Number: KRECD49


John Miles vocals, guitars, keyboards
Bob Marshall bass
Barriemore Barlow drums, percussion


1.  Once in Your Life  
2.  Run  
3.  Blinded  
4.  You're the One  
5.  I Need You're Love  
6.  Hard Time  
7.  Who Knows  
8.  Don't Lie to Me  
9.  Watching Over Me  
10.  Good, So Bad single B-side  
11.  Blinded single version  

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From: Rafo Phoenix Date: October 11, 2010 at 11:50
Great AOR, 1 of my fav albums in my collection! Once in Your Life, Run (The Mega classic), Blinded (100% ala Stan Bush), I Need You're Love, Hard Time, Who Knows (ala Phil Collins) & Watching Over Me (2nd fav) Hyper Recommended! a Classic! 95/100.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 11, 2010 at 12:13
Finally this jewel is posted!!!..great album!!! ..a mind blowing release that combines the perfect balance between ballads and AOR/Rock songs..."Once In Your Life" is just a killer track along with "Run","Blinded" is an epic ballad,you'll love this song 4 sure,"You Are The One" another great ballad,"I Need Your Love" another ballad,nice one,as you can see 3 ballads in a row then we have 3 highlights in a row too "Hard Time","Who Knows" & "Don't Lie To Me","Watching Over You" is the "weak" track of the album but still a good one,"Good,So Bad" is a smooth track and the single version of "Blinded" is excellent,obviously ...Rafo my friend!!! accurate(acertado)as always!!!...highly recommended.98/100

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: October 11, 2010 at 12:27
You are The Man Rick! 7777!

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From: Jez Date: October 11, 2010 at 13:34
This is a belting album and one of the best AOR releases to come from the UK during the 80's for sure and a real shame it wasn't really recognised at the time. The opening three tracks 'Once In Your Life' (dut dut keys in the chorus anyone!) 'Run' and 'Blinded' pretty much sum up this whole disc and what is to follow and are all superb tracks (of which there are many more on here). Good to see the addition of the B'side 'Good, So Bad', which is a cool tune aswell. This is great to finally have on CD after 25 years,even though it is on the slightly dodgy Krescendo label, although I must say, that they have done a pretty good job with this re-issue in comparison with some of their other releases. So, 'Transition' is an underground 80's classic for sure and one that all AOR fans should check out pronto now that it is widely avaliable.

From: Kralli Date: November 18, 2010 at 8:56
Finally! The sound could have been better but still this is an amazing album and since the waiting has been long for a cd release it is such a relief that it is finally here! The two opening tracks are among the best early 80s aor you can imagine. The rest has ups and downs but overall fantastic.

From: CLOUD FORCE Date: September 16, 2013 at 17:18
Absolute masterpiece.typical mid 80s album,full of catchy songs.

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