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Artist: Clevelend

Title: 53:54

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Year: 1989

Label: Marathon Records

Catalog Number: NONE


Peter Gideon Zaremba trombone, keyboards
Michael Patrick Zaremba bass, vocals
Polly Ann Zaremba vocals
Tony Lesley trumpet
Larry Rogers guitar
Jon The Mad Hatter Darling drums


1.  Reach Out  
2.  Get It One  
3.  What Makes People Boogie  
4.  Got the Blues  
5.  Take a Long Time  
6.  Silly, I Know  
7.  Dead End  
8.  Come a Little Closer  
9.  Whiter Shade of Pale  
10.  Lonely Times  
11.  Heart on the Mend  
12.  The Mailman Song  

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From: Rafo Phoenix Date: February 28, 2012 at 23:54
Good FF Progressive Rock/MR! "Reach Out, What Makes People Boogie & Come a Little Closer" 3 very good tracks, 70/100.

From: Leykis101 Date: August 31, 2015 at 17:18
Very mixed emotions, heard this today, was ABSOLUTELY FLOORED TO FIND THEM ON THIS SIGHT! cause judging by the amount of info I cant find on the net,this is not one of the more well known bands or albums of our times, and a very difficult band or album to pinpoint as far as labeling it, I cant think of any other band like this, sound or style or members,1st thing that's odd, I cant think of a whole to many bands that stick in the classic prog element, but deliver songs in the commercial hard rock time frame, next is bi-gender vocalists, and finally we have a trombone,and trumpet,both used as a main instrument, is is all starting to add up now? the guy vocalist has a decent voice, nothing grandiose, and the female, the only thing I can say is when she comes in for BGV, I thought It was Stevie Nix, good batch of songs, except for the FUCKING HORRID SONG GOT THE BLUES!! what a truly fucking retarded song, what were they thinking, vocal pitch slowed down on a tape track, good disc.

From: Leykis101 Date: August 31, 2015 at 17:34
Just very very all over the place as far as style, and taste, I assume those on the cover are the siblings, 2 brothers and their sister, the sister really does have a cool voice, and they both clearly are pro vocalists, as they are pitch perfect, deliver all their lyrics on time, and harmonize perfectly with each other, telling me they have spent lots and lots of time doing this together, maybe a little Osmond flavor, one doesn't just develop these instinctive patterns and habits overnight, and especially not to this degree, but I just cant help to feel like the music lacks something, and it's also not the cleanest produced disc, but amazingly, the fact that the vocalists are all so in tune with each other, really does hide a lot of that, but I am sure the average listener wouldn't know to pick up on this, Reach Out is by far the best song on here, it stands heads above the rest of the album, also liked, Get It On, Dead End, and Come A Little Closer, def listen before you buy.

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