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Artist: Tim Feehan

Title: Tracks I Forgot About

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Tim Feehan Tracks I Forgot About Album Cover

 

Category: AOR

Year: 2003

Label: MTM Music

Catalog Number: 0681-75

Personnel

Tim Feehan vocals, bass, drums, synthesizers
Gene Black guitars

Bruce Gaitsch guitars on tracks 1, 14
Jason Scheff vocals track 7
Brian MacLeod guitar tracks 4, 13

Tracks

1.  Love Junkie  
2.  Caught In The Middle  
3.  Call Of The Wild  
4.  You Gotta Love That  
5.  Dive  
6.  Temporary Insanity  
7.  Don't Need An Invitation  
8.  Gates Of Heaven  
9.  You Still Breathe  
10.  Even If It Hurts  
11.  Save Your Honey  
12.  Forever Mine  
13.  Mind Over Matter  
14.  Frustrated  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: ROB GARCIA Date: April 3, 2004 at 14:18
interesting album,this one! and imo a clever idea from mr feeham to release a compilation of(will never see the light of day)songs instead of a new album which would've been very welcome too...anyway back to the point,the problem i see with this type of albums is that either you do it spot on or otherwise you fucked up big time making it a waste of time,effort & money.in this case i think he hit the spot;there are some tremendous tunes in here that don't differ very much from the "full contact"

From: ROB GARCIA Date: April 3, 2004 at 14:20
era,that is excellent catchy tunes & uptempo numbers mixed with some cool ballads.good one!.

From: Jade Date: May 16, 2004 at 1:39
Only thing that is missin from this cd is "Where's the fire?" with that this cd would have sold more and better for its value but it is good enough as is.

From: TIM (2) Date: May 26, 2004 at 5:04
I usually love his stuff, but this is very disappointing. I understand sound quality issues, but I hardly like any of the tracks. "Don't Need an Invitation" is the best track for me, and he doesn't even sing it! Jason Scheff is a classy vocalist also. Doesn't stack up anywhere near his other releases I'm afraid.

From: ArnoldLancelot Date: August 7, 2004 at 3:42
What's goin on guys, this is OUTSTANDING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Said that, excellent westcoast lite-aor, great tunes, mabye not the greatest of the productions OK, but awsomes choruses & keyboards!! Reminds me FATE's first album or SHOUT "It won't be long" GET IT, TRULY WORTH THE MONEY!!!!!

From: juan carlos Date: December 11, 2007 at 13:48
Producción A1 y con la voz de Tim Feehan no hay pierde de verdad. Algunos comments negativos y no veo el porque y la puntuación tampoco ayuda. En global es un muy buen MelodicRock/AOR con mucha fuerza en muchos temas claramente influenciados por Bad Co y Def Leppard(por los coros). "You Still Breathe" elegante AOR mi favorita, "Frustrated"(con Bruce Gaitsch en la guitarra y unos corazos), "Don't Need An Invitation"(insuperable Scheff), "Gates Of Heaven", "Caught In The Middle"(Corazos!),

From: juan carlos Date: December 11, 2007 at 13:49
"Even If It Hurts" y la baladita acústica "Forever Mine" mis favoritas. Recomendado. 8.5/10

From: KurtmanJP Date: July 4, 2008 at 17:57
I haven't heard this yet but the album title cracks me up for some reason.

From: Photochromic Steve Date: February 1, 2009 at 17:23
I can see why Tim forgot about most of these tracks - in the main they're not very good. I had to wait until track 7 before I heard one that I liked - a big contrast to his best albums S/T, Full Contact and Pray for Rain, where I liked the vast majority of the songs. A lot of these - especially the first 6 - seem to all have the sort of awkward angular rhythm that doesn't make for decent songs, in my opinion. The best 2 are "Don't Need An Invitation" and "You Still Breathe". I think that Tim(2)got it right about this one.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 9, 2011 at 21:49
Yeah agree with Photochronic Steve about the track selection...from number 7 onwards is where you can really start to enjoy this album("Don't Need An Invitation","Gates Of Heaven","Even If It Hurts","Mind Over Matter")..also another goodies are "Caught In The Middle","Call Of The Wild" & "Dive"...anyway a very pleasant album if this is what you want to know...94/100

From: tomdwa Date: June 9, 2020 at 19:47
Yes, I know this is a cheap comment, but this one is, well... forgettable. It's raw material that doesn't sound good due to the lack of production. Only for the die hard Feehan fans, the rest should stay well clear of this.


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