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Black Bambi

Black Bambi

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2001 / 2017

Label: Atlantic Records / 20the Century Music

Catalog Number: 82122 / 20CM0002

Average Rating: 79 / 100 (3 ratings)


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Steven Ray Anastos lead vocals
Mark Crowley guitar
John Grimmett bass
Dave Casey drums
Beau Hill producer

Recorded in 1989 at the Enterprise in North Hollywood for release in Jan. of 1990. Finally in 2001 it got released.

Audio is from the 2017 reissue on 20th Century Music.
1.  Broken Mirror  3:48   Listen!
2.  Meantime  3:47   Listen!
3.  Celebration  4:11   Listen!
4.  99-1/2  3:12   Listen!
5.  Shadows  3:03   Listen!
6.  Seven Miles  4:15   Listen!
7.  Blackbird  4:49   Listen!
8.  Lay Me Down  3:14   Listen!
9.  Mary's Birthday  3:35   Listen!
10.  Down  5:27   Listen!
11.  Crusified  4:39   Listen!
12.  Soul of a Child  3:59   Listen!
Total Running Time:  47:59

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: March 2, 2012 at 0:05
Very Good Hard Rock! 1989 nuff said! Broken Mirror, Meantime, Shadows, Blackbird, Down & Lay Me Down my Super favs! Reminds me to 2 of my fav. bands of all times Tesla and The Cult (Style/Voice) then... 85/100.

From: MrMetal Date: July 30, 2013 at 18:56
I have a Bootleg version with the original cover art & working title of "One Night Only" (same songs). They formed in 1987 when singer Steven Ray Anastos (CITY SLICK) joined up with Mark Crowley (g), Ronny Jones (g) & Al DeSilva (d) form AIRCRAFT. They sent a Demo out to some labels without interest & parted with Mark & Al who were replaced by John Grimmett (b) & Dave Casey (d). They sent out some more Demos & finally got signed by Atlantic (no idea how) & had Beau Hill produce the LP which was supposed to be released in 1990. It got shelved before seeing the light of day (for whatever reasons)& was one of those cases where I felt the label had made the right decision. While the talent was there, this material was very generic & just dragged along throughout most of the songs (and even the better ones were just average). They sounded like a much more melodic & generic version of early BON JOVI, THE CULT, TESLA, & BILLY IDOL. This wouldn't have made it in 1990 let alone 2001. AVERAGE.

From: 123charpenay Date: August 22, 2017 at 5:24
decent american hard rock with a very great singer.not bad but one thousand hard rock bands are able to play the same very common hard rock.totally agree with mr metal this realise is average not more.how a so average band have find a deal with beau hill and atlantic records?for me it s a mystery.

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