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|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: July 31, 2013 at 10:17|
|French chanteuse Sheila and her one and only foray into the world of AOR & a very good effort it is too. If you are familiar with the albums by Tane Can and Teri Desario, then this will be right up your street. In fact many of the same team/musicians that were on the Tane Cain album appear here too, including AOR producer extraordinaire Keith Olsen. Some of the tunes you maybe familiar with, 'Little Darlin' appeared on Spiders excellent 'S/T', 'Stranded' on Airplay's seminal debut, 'Runner' from the same named Ian Thomas album, and 'Prisoner' which popped up on the debut Sue Saad & The Next album. All versions appearing here remain faithful to the originals and are all very good indeed. All in all this is a very good album, not that often talked about in AOR cirlces, but if you like your early 80's female AOR of the names mentioned above, then this is an essential purchase
||Date: July 31, 2013 at 13:37|
|unbelievable one day in her life sheila make good music.sheila is a very old french singer.she sing since the start of the sixties a funny but very poor french variety.at the end at the seventies she made a very great disco record.but for me it s impossible to believe that in 1981 she had touch a o r with super musicians and a top class melodic rock productor.thanx to jez for this info.i m curious to listen this album.
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