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Artist: Little America

Title: Fairgrounds

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Category: AOR

Year: 1989

Label: Geffen

Catalog Number: 9 24200-2

Personnel

Mike Magrisi lead vocals, bass
Andy Logan lead guitar, lead vocals
John Hussey rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Custer drums, percussion, backing vocals
Paul Sabu producer

Tracks

1.  Where Were You  4:00
2.  Do You Feel  3:52
3.  Save Me  3:56
4.  Never Be Alone  4:16
5.  Maryjane  3:46
6.  Fairgrounds  2:51
7.  I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better  2:50
8.  Changing Tune  2:26
9.  I See Your Face  3:55
10.  They Cast Shadows  4:16
11.  It's Not Me  4:12
  
Total Running Time:  40:20

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Jim Hale Date: February 17, 2002 at 22:01
I just don't get how it is that no one else sees and hears just what it is that I see and hear. With out a doubt, these guys have that crisp original sound that can hold its ground against anything else out there then and now. They need to reform and again, blow the music world and the listening public away. Being a music writer myself, I would be extremely honored and pleased to colaborate with such talent. I wish that they were planning a reunion or fresh collaberation If they aren't already!

From: Tony Date: April 2, 2002 at 6:23
I had this on cassette when it was released in 1989. I only wish I had the insight at the time to purchase the CD. this is a great recording and all the songs are really good.

From: Michael Folland Date: September 17, 2002 at 9:36
I saw these guys perform one day on Venice Beach back in 89. There were no amplifiers, no drums, just the boys and their guitars and those awesome vocal harmonies. I was so impressed with their sound that I went out that day and bought the CD. During that time of hair band dominance, their sound was fresh and original. It's a shame they never made it big. Jim, I heard what you heard!

From: Chris Date: September 26, 2002 at 14:41
I first heard Walk On Fire on the radio in '87 and was immediately hooked. I too wish they would regroup and put out another album. Definitley a unique sound with lots of potential.

From: Gene Date: October 8, 2002 at 0:21
Man I can even find this CD on Amazon....I've searched for MP3s via Kaaza & can't find them either - I too think Walk on Fire is an incredible song & that's just the beginning! What happened to them?

From: tomcat Date: May 18, 2003 at 7:51
the songs "walk on fire' and 'lost along the way' are two killer tunes but they aren't on this disc, do they have more albums..?and yes, theze guys are awesome.. they remind me of diving for pearls ;another great rock act any info on little america? batcave777@hotmail.com

From: vicrock Date: August 13, 2003 at 18:54
A todos los fans del AOR, latinos o que hablen español, les quiero recomendar éste disco si disfrutan del AOR más light, más tranquilo que se puedan imaginar, claro que es difícil de conseguir, yo lo hice de puro churro en un disco recuerdo, pero jamás lo había visto antes, ni sabía de ellos. La voz del vocal te recuerda un poco a la voz del de Aviatory lo novedoso es que meten mucha guitarra acústica, pero no en onda vaquera sino AOR.

From: madscotsman Date: October 5, 2003 at 18:46
Hey, I stumbled onto this when I was messing around on google. Check out littleamericaband.com. It's pretty cool, and it's got current contacts!

From: EJ Wells Date: November 1, 2003 at 11:04
Speaking of Little America...founding member Andy Logan performs with regularity in the Nashville area. www.AndyLogan.com for dates. Andy is also performing in Toledo, OH with EJ Wells on Nov. 8th '03. www.EJWells.net for details.

From: Schüke Date: January 5, 2004 at 10:12
so ,where can i download the free full mp3 of it?

From: NatyDred Date: February 8, 2004 at 3:30
I remember winning this album off a radio station when it first came out. They are defintiely influenced by American Roots Music. It would be nice if they got back together and recorded new material. Who knows what could be?

From: Dia Magrisi Date: April 22, 2005 at 0:04
I am the wife of lead vocalist/Bass, Mike. I think it is awesome to read all the great things about the band. Mike is still writing and singing and teaching our son piano. Mike and Kurt still get together alot and write music in either Mike's studio or Kurt's. diamagrisi@cox.net

From: oliver Date: April 22, 2005 at 7:11
what could i read here? reminds me of diving for pearls. oh boy!! this is a million miles away from that. little america is nice aor, very poppy, not rocking in any way. the songs aren´t very remarkable. so this isn´t worth that much money you´ve to pay for it. 6,5/10

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: February 1, 2006 at 11:04
Good AOR/Melodic Rock album, el anterior es mejor de hecho un album mas calmado y meten algo de guitarras acusticas por momentos pero los temas estan guapos un 7/10.


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