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Label: Rewind Records
Catalog Number: 50002-2
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David Wills lead and backing vocals, percussion|
Lewis Nitikman keyboards
Brian Lousley drums, backing vocals
Dan Atchison bass
Ray Roper guitars, lead and backing vocals, keyboards
|1. ||Don't Ya Hide It ||4:07|
|2. ||Was It You ||4:14|
|3. ||I Will Still Love You ||3:12|
|4. ||Extra Mile ||5:35|
|5. ||The Love I Found ||5:06|
|6. ||Queen of the Night ||3:24|
|7. ||Let's Go Back ||3:51|
|8. ||You Don't Care ||4:47|
|9. ||New Set of Changes ||5:03|
|10. ||Going Through the Motions of Love ||3:42|
|11. ||Are You Listening ||4:02|
|12. ||Take the Time ||5:46|
|13. ||Rollin' Down the Highway ||4:05|
|14. ||Crying Again Tonight ||4:11|
|15. ||Lovestruck ||3:39|
|16. ||Price of Love ||5:05|
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|Total Running Time:|| 69:49|
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Heavy Harmonies Review|
||Date: March 18, 2003 at 0:57|
|So what happened to the bands that were hitting their stride as disco peaked in the late '70s? They faded into obscurity. At least that's what apparently happened to Stonebolt. As I was listening to this disc, I kept asking myself "Why have I never heard of Stonebolt? They should have been huge!" There's the tragedy of mass market media. Some gems get ignored. This disc is a greatest hits compilation covering their 4 studio albums as well as a few new tracks.|
This is extremely melodic AOR, with plenty of keys and vocal harmonies. The sound is truly reminiscent of the '70s, but ranges far and wide. I hear tinges of Glenn Campbell, Jimmy Buffet, and Dan Fogelberg, all painted against a backdrop of a Styx-like instrumental style, with the vocal harmonies of Crosby, Stills, and Nash. Highlights are I Will Still Love You, Extra Mile, and The Love I Found. Most of the songs are mid-tempo ballads or rockers. Nothing ever "rocks out", but then again, you wouldn't expect it to. The sound quality of this disc is extremely polished. Fans of keyboard-driven melodic rock should NOT pass this by!
Existing comments about this CD
||Date: December 4, 2003 at 16:02|
|Dan, i agree Stonebolt were a great band that could have and should have been a lot bigger. 'New set of changes' is still one of my fave albums ever.
||Date: July 21, 2004 at 18:39|
|Enough good material to have made this a double CD. Very underrated band.
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