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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Polydor (Japan)
Catalog Number: POCP-1061
|1.||Let The Wild Run Free|
|2.||Can“t Get Enough Of Your Love|
|4.||I Will Not Go Quietly|
|5.||Women On Wings|
|6.||Ball Of Confusion|
|7.||Living By Numbers|
|8.||The Wind Cries Mary|
|9.||In A Perfect World|
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|From: aTomiK||Date: February 14, 2005 at 3:16|
|Not perfect cd by any means but this has a couple of good songs. The Russ Ballard cover "Let the Wild Run Free" is amazing! I like also "I Will Not Go Quietly" and "Ball of Confusion". Hendrix“ "The Wind Cries Mary" is a fine version IMO.|
|From: Remastered Reason||Date: March 14, 2006 at 23:10|
|A mixed bag of styles ranging from blues rock based cover tunes like "Can't Get Enough"(by Bad Company)to "The Wind Cries Mary"(by Jimi Hendrix) to the pop-rock of "I Will Not Go Quietly" (by Don Henley). Furthermore, "Women On Wings" sounds like a leftover from Michael Schenker's Assault Attack album when Bonnet wailed & rocked hard. If nothing else, this is an interesting listen.|
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