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Artist: Head East

Title: A Different Kind Of Crazy

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Category: AOR

Year: 1979

Label: A&M/ Polygram

Catalog Number: 394795

Personnel

John Schlitt Vocals
Mike Somerville Guitar, Vocals
Dan Birney Bass
Roger Boyd Keyboards, Vocals
Steve Huston Drums, Percussion

Tracks

1.  Speciality  
2.  Keep A Secret  
3.  Feelin' Is Right  
4.  Lonelier Now  
5.  Morning  
6.  Got To Be Real  
7.  If You Knew Me Better  
8.  Too Late  
9.  Hard Drivin' Days  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Nick C Date: August 24, 2005 at 16:10
Oooh a new Head East entry...you know I'm gonna comment (biased!). This was the last release by the "classic" Head East line up, after which they splintered with only Roger Boyd and Steve Huston remaining to fly the flag. It's pretty cool and gets me a jiggin'. The band have a nice kinda laid back melodic rock feel on this. If You Knew Me Better starts slow and builds up, pretty bitter lyrics on it but great. Same with Too Late. If you like Head East you'll love this release, another belter!

From: swriter Date: August 24, 2005 at 18:02
cool, thanks for the tip, now if Get Yourself Up would only be released, this is a good one, a bit lighter, but great job from John, and after this, he went to Petra. Speciality, Feelin, Got 2 be real and my fav, If u knew me better, great one!!!

From: juan carlos Date: December 2, 2007 at 1:07
Rock melódico/AOR muy de la época, algunas suaves otras alegronas, coritos buenos, Bien producido y la voz del que fuese despues el voceras de Petra(CMM) bueno. Tecladitos bonitos pero algo pomposillos que no me van mucho, temas nada que me encanten osea entre lo bueno y regular. No me dice demasiado. "If You Knew Me Better" la mejorcilla. 7.5/10


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