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Artist: Jimi Anderson Group

Title: Long Time Comin'

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2017

Label: Pride & Joy Music

Catalog Number: PJM10506

Personnel

Jimi Anderson vocals
Sandy Jones bass, guitars, drums
Greame Duffin lead guitars

Tracks

1.  Same Old Song     Listen
2.  Let's Get Serious     Listen
3.  Spread It All Around     Listen
4.  Feel Like Letting Go     Listen
5.  Better This Way     Listen
6.  Welcome to the Revolution     Listen
7.  Higher than Higher     Listen
8.  Longtime Comin'     Listen
9.  Where Do We Go from Here     Listen
10.  Necessary People     Listen
11.  Best for Me     Listen
12.  Oh Why     Listen

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From: 123charpenay Date: March 24, 2017 at 13:07
jimi anderson group is not a real group ,it s a project.i ve the feeling that this record is not a real record,for me it s a collection of demos,with a great sound and an exceptional singer.what superb voice!!!!this record is very varied maybe too much,and very irregular.track 9 is a killer a o r song ,a hit in the vein of whitesnake.track 12 is a fabulous a o r song in the vein of foreigner or the law.track 3 and 7 are two top class hard f m songs.track 5 is a beautiful ballad.track 4 is a very nice and really excellent a o r song.the rest of the album is a collection of fillers not at the same level than the songs above.the japan import have two bonus tracks."reach out" is a decent song with a bad demo s sound.i ve the feeling that this song come from a trash."hold on" is a super song, a killer song but the sound is horrible ,a real nightmare,there is many noise in the bottom.i think that this song come from a very very very old tape which stay too long under the sun.


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