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Label: Capitol Records
Catalog Number: CDP 7 46772 2
Derek Blevins drums, percussion|
Thom Gimbel keyboards, horns, woodwinds
Jon Butcher all guitars, vocals, bass, percussion
Rob Jefferies bass
|1. ||Goodbye Saving Grace ||4:14|
|2. ||Living for Tomorrow ||5:09|
|3. ||Holy War ||4:10|
|4. ||Wishes ||4:00|
|5. ||Churinga instrumental ||3:45|
|6. ||Long Way Home ||4:04|
|7. ||Show Me Some Emotion ||4:01|
|8. ||A Little Bit of Magic ||4:06|
|9. ||Angel Dressed in Blue ||3:55|
|10. ||Partners in Crime ||3:21|
|11. ||Prisoners of the Silver Chain ||3:22|
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|Total Running Time:|| 44:07|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Richard H
||Date: September 27, 2002 at 3:21|
|He looks like Phil Lynott of Thin Lizzy and plays guitar with that Santana like tone."Goodbye Saving Grace" is snakecharming music....cool stuff.
|From: mike pensak
||Date: August 15, 2003 at 21:12|
| this album is one of jon best. after the jon butcher axis spilt up. jon took the music to a new level. and with the new line up, there was no stoping jon. if you get a chance take a listen and you'll know what i'm talking about.whether your a old fan or a new fan. jon has proven to a lot of people that he is one of the best. and this album, show off his talent as a song writer and as great gun slinger.
|From: Chad Bell
||Date: March 28, 2005 at 6:39|
|Richard H-Looks like Phil Lynott??? Why? Because he's black? I guess he looks like Hendrix too, huh? LOL! Nah, but seriously though, he has a great voice, strong songwriting chops, and an awesome command of the axe. Another highly underrated rocker.
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