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Artist: Drew Barrett

Title: The Strolling Minstrel

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Category: Lite AOR

Year: 1999

Label: Skyward Productions

Catalog Number: 9900

Personnel

Drew Barrett vocals, all instruments, and producer
Lenny Rocillo guest bass
Corinne Barrett guest duet vocals

Tracks

1.  City of Sin  4:02
2.  Worked Myself to Death  4:31
3.  Lovers duet  4:38
4.  A Change Is On the Way  4:03
5.  Soldier Song  5:24
6.  Is There Somewhere Else We Go  4:12
7.  A Song For Sara  4:20
8.  Judicial Breakdown  4:46
9.  Visitors From Saturn's Moon  4:36
10.  Caught in the Act  6:19
11.  Billy-Bob bonus track radio version  3:58
  
Total Running Time:  50:49

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From: Rycheage Date: April 29, 2004 at 22:33
Not exactly AOR in the strictest sense of the word but containing enough melodic elements and remnants of influences from yesteryear. In many ways, there are some very 'trippy' sixties moments scattered throughout the album, as well as power pop influences from the current. I gotta say that the accoustic guitar oriented songs are probably the pick of the bunch; they're quite ambient, with lots of keyboard orchestration happening in the background. Not the best I've heard but not too bad either.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: February 18, 2012 at 19:34
Good Power Pop/Lite AOR! totally agree with Rycheage, "City of Sin, Worked Myself to Death & Soldier Song" fav tracks, if this Singer/Album is here then where are... you know the rest, 75/100.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 13, 2012 at 22:05
Ummm wasn't my cup of tea at all but it wasn't a bad listening either...Drew's an average singer IMO and that lowers the somehow acceptable songs ...anyway some goodies are "City Of Sin","Worked Myself To Death"(catchy),"Lovers"(nice),"Judicial Breakdown","Visitors From Saturn's Moon" & "Caught In The Act"(for me the best cut of the album)...70/100

From: Leykis101 Date: March 9, 2020 at 7:46
Ok cd from the voice of Barakade, kind of a fringe cd, not anything like the Barakade disc, but Drew does have an outstanding voice, but dont be fooled if your looking for a follow up Barakade cd, this is not it.


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