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|1.||So Long to Yesterday||3:53|
|7.||Time Will Heal You||2:38|
|9.||Don't Wanna Wait||4:08|
|10.||Part of a Dream||3:38|
|11.||Let Love Lead the Way||4:00|
|Total Running Time:||47:27|
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|Heavy Harmonies Review|
|From: Dan||Date: March 18, 2003 at 1:45|
|Well, well, well...every now and then a CD comes along out of nowhere and just absolutely floors you with its harmony, melody, production, and sheer musicianship. This is just such an album! Laid-back "West Coast" AOR with wonderful hooks and harmonies. The influences here are myriad, with interwoven touches of Toto, CSN, Chicago, Boston, Yes, and even 4 Him and Dan Fogelberg...overall a very "late '70s" feel to the album, but with upscale production.|
Track By Track:
This group takes the very best musical subtleties from many classic AOR groups and blends them into a style that is uniquely their own. The musicianship is top notch, the production superb, and sure to please any fan of '70s-'80s AOR. This effort far surpasses many of the efforts being released on major labels these days!
|From: Rycheage||Date: February 8, 2004 at 16:31|
|Overall, Z Plan have released a totally appropriate slice of melodic rock, which sits quite comfortably across a range of musical genres. Those people out there who appreciate music spanning 3 decades in a fresh nineties approach will find Z Plan to their liking.|
|From: Dean||Date: March 20, 2004 at 12:05|
|This is something which i really, really thought I would just hate. Instead I was taken back to the quality arena rock sound as performed by bands like Boston, Reo, Night Ranger etc. High quality stuff that is very well performed. The vocal harmonies are also top notch. Koogles and AOR Freaky-what is your take on these guys? Normally, you guys are all over this kind of stuff. 9/10 for me.|
|From: Music Man||Date: April 21, 2004 at 9:56|
|A smooth slice of melodic AOR dripping with hooks and harmonies.|
|From: Hrudet||Date: April 21, 2004 at 22:14|
|For me they are a mix of Venice, Nelson and Innuendo, while their seventies feel harks back to the likes of Crosby Stills And Nash, no doubt due to the strong three part vocal harmonies supplied by Hodson, Welch and Nero. Smooth AOR at its best here. "So Long To Yesterday" reminds me of Zebra from their 1st CD. Guitar melodies abound on "Calling Out" and the CSN feel is evident on "Maybe". Excellent harmonies all over this CD. Recommended.|
|From: graham||Date: September 17, 2004 at 15:24|
|brilliant AOR!!!!!! Total Class.....|
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