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Artist: Graham Bonnet

Title: Underground

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1996

Label: Samsung

Catalog Number: WSSP-101PSP

Personnel

Graham Bonnet vocals
Danny Johnson guitars
Kevin Valentine drums
Jamie Carter bass on "Underground", "Whiplash", "Breakaway", "Cajun Pink" and "Lost in Hollywood"
Tony Franklin bass on "Movin' On", "The Strange", "Sail On" and "Winter Skin"
Todd Jensen bass on "The Wind Cries Mary"
Pat Regan keyboards
Eric Gorfain violin

Tracks

1.  Underground  4:13
2.  Whiplash  3:85
3.  Breakaway  3:31
4.  Movin' On  3:30
5.  The Strange  5:24
6.  Sail On  4:51
7.  The Wind Cries Mary  3:16
8.  Cajun Pink  4:23
9.  Winter Skin  4:18
10.  Lost in Hollywood  4:54
  
Total Running Time:  42:45

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Existing comments about this CD

From: risingtributo Date: November 17, 2003 at 23:56
Siendo Grahan Bonnet uno de mis cantantes favoritos, encuentro que este trabajo es un paso en falso en su carrera...mucho más recomendables sus trabajos con Rainbow, Alcatrazz o Impellitteri; sólo rescatable la versión de Lost in Hollywood y el cover de J.Hendrix: The wind Cries mary, Danny Johnson no está a la altura de todos los excelentes guitarristas que han tocado con Grahan... risingtributo@hotmail.com

From: Propane Date: November 30, 2004 at 9:41
What did that guy above me just say?

From: Max Date: January 24, 2005 at 0:34
He said that Graham is one of his favorite singers, but that he finds this work a false step in his career. That he can recommend much more Graham's work with Rainbow, alcatrazz or Impellitteri. He says that from this album is only worth Graham's version of Lost in Hollywood and the Jimi Hendrix cover: The Win cries Mary. He also says that Danny Johnson is not of the stature of all the other excellent guitar players that have played with Graham.

From: bonnet Date: May 1, 2005 at 20:36
I believe that Graham was listening very much, that it is what was listened in the radio, a lot of melancholy it is like these bands grounge as Alice in chain or Stone temple pilot (In this years)

From: Japangea Date: December 20, 2007 at 6:06
He has self-covered both "Since You Been Gone" by Impellitteri and "All Night Long" by Blackthorne but they were absolutely un-well-done.How about this "Lost In Hollywood"? This is better,much better,and this fact can tell that he fits "solo" than "band"."Line Up" album was his best and this can be his 2nd best.


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