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Across the Water
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|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: February 3, 2011 at 15:50|
|Wow such memories..great to have this band posted at Heavy Harmonies...saw this lot live as a support act to Saxon during Saxon's Destiny Tour..late 80's...if u like A.S.A.P (Adrian Smith And Project) or Uriah Heep when melodic then Kooga is your band ..."Lay Down Your Love" is my fave one along with "Like I've Never Known"...another good shots are "Across The Water","Lifeline","She Walks In Beauty" & the smoothie "Gabrielle"....get it!!!...88/100
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: April 19, 2011 at 14:04|
|Never a major name when this first came out, which was a real shame, as this a super album, with some great songs that rank right up there with similar stuff that was being released at the time. Unfortunately, this has been given the 'Krescendo' treatment, rather than someone like Rock Candy who would have done a much much better job with it. Never mind, at least it is out there for everyone to hear and the supposed 'Remaster' doesn't sound too bad compared to some of the other Krescendo releases. You don't get much better than the title track that kicks this one off, huge pompy keys ala Magnum, a pumping rhythm section, plus a great vocal from Neville Macdonald, who reminds me alot of the great Dave Hill from Demon (another band that aren't too far away musically than this). Great great stuff and I really do defy anyone who is into their 80's Brit AOR/Melodic Rock to not like this forgotten little jewel.
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