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Label: Aor Blvd.
Catalog Number: ABR016
|2.||Ship To Nowhere||4:22|
|3.||We Wont Sacrifice||4:33|
|5.||Blood In My Veins||5:01|
|6.||Make It Right||5:34|
|7.||Hearts On Fire||5:17|
|8.||Pray For Time||5:22|
|9.||Have It All||4:16|
|11.||Cant Break Away From You||3:58|
|12.||Missing You A tribute to Dina Saylor||4:18||Cover: John Waite|
|Total Running Time:||54:51|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: August 2, 2016 at 21:12|
|When it's a late night and I'm in the mood for some wind-down light weight stuff, this guy does the trick. Saylor has been releasing an album like clockwork every year the last half decade. The last couple albums sound a little rushed IMO but there are always at least a couple good tracks nonetheless. The gem on this album is the duet "We Wont Sacrifice" with Phil Bates (former Atlantic lead singer) as they play off each others vocals nicely. Reminds me of a former match made in heaven, Stan Meissner and Peter Fredette in Metropolis. Maybe the duet will give them the inspiration to team forces in a Saylor/Bates future project. David has a pop/West Coast AOR voice so I don't think he was a match in the group Wild Rose which he has now bowed out of. His solo work id definitely in his range sweet spot.|
|From: MysticHealer||Date: January 4, 2017 at 7:39|
|R.I.P My friend. Eternally greatful for the friendship and the music.|
|From: 707STAR||Date: October 1, 2017 at 16:21|
|IT IS ALWAYS A SHAME TO LOSE GREAT TALENT. GOD BLESS HIS SOUL. HIS LAST CD HERE WAS FANTASTIC WITH PROBABLY MORE TO COME. I,M GLAD TO HAVE AT LEAST 3 CD,S FROM HIS BANDS.|
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