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Artist: 38 Special

Title: Resolution

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Category: Southern Rock / AOR

Year: 1997

Label: Razor and Tie Records

Catalog Number: RT 2829-2

Personnel

Donnie Van Zant vocals
Don Barnes vocals, guitars, mandolin
Danny Chauncey guitar, keyboards
Larry Junstrom bass
Greg Morrow drums
Jim Peterik backing vocals

Tracks

1.  Fade to Blue  4:33
2.  Just Can't Leave You Alone  4:24
3.  Déjà Voodoo  5:56
4.  Find My Way Back  4:57
5.  Changed By Love  4:53
6.  After The Fire Is Gone  3:45
7.  Miracle Man  4:05
8.  Shelter Me  4:21
9.  Homeless Guitar  5:15
10.  Saving Grace  4:10
11.  She Loves To Talk  3:37
12.  Trouble  5:16
13.  Shatter The Silence  4:59
  
Total Running Time:  60:11

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Kim Date: August 18, 2002 at 16:08
Beeing a huge Southern Rock fan I have a lot of 38 Special cd`s, but cant say that I like them. Some is good, but thats it. NOT fantastic. BUT THIS CD IS AWESOME. Hard rockin, and great. Highly recommendable. Cheers

From: koogles Date: August 19, 2002 at 9:41
The Jim Peterik pen strikes again! His songs make this a truly memorable album, after the not-so-hot "Bone Against Steel". Easily their most mature work and highly recommended for the striking "Saving Grace" and "Changed By Love"- two awesome ballads in the "Second Chance" vein.

From: James Date: August 19, 2002 at 15:31
I am a huge 38 Special fan and it took a good month for this album to grow on me. The first album with Don Barnes back in the fold, i had high expectations. Donnie Van Zant's songs i liked right but Don's songs took a little time. Only "Miricle Man" sounded like any classic 38 song. Overall i do like the album and i'm glad they are still making music. can't wait for more.

From: James Date: December 10, 2002 at 2:24
If you really dig this album then you should check out the band Iron Horse. Ron Keel transforms from a hair metal singer into a southern rocker with a sound close to Don Barnes on most songs.

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From: Jez Date: October 21, 2005 at 9:26
With Don Barnes back in, the .38's upped the anti once more, with a more powerful, rockier album. The Don Barnes songs are great, although it has to be said that the 3 Jim Peterik songs 'Fade To Blue','Changed By Love' (different versions of both also on JP's World Stage disc) & 'Saving Grace are the prime tracks on this one. Still a recommended album in their back catologue.

From: hair metal again Date: November 23, 2017 at 7:53
ok release for 38 SPECIAL but not as good as their previous ones!the sound&production are ok ,but there arent anuy big hooks or songs that could really make this one great and the musicianship could be better also!"fade to blue","changed by love" and "miracle man are the highlights and overall a release that didnt hit the spot


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