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Artist: John Waite

Title: Live and Rare Tracks

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Category: AOR

Year: 2001

Label: One Way/EMI-Capitol

Catalog Number: 34558-2

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John Waite Vocals

This Compilation Contains 5 Unreleased Studio Tracks From The Rover's Return Sessions (1986/87)
"I Drove All Night" , Penned By Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly, Was Later
Performed By Cyndi Lauper In 1989
The Live Tracks Are From 1985

Tracks

1.  I Drove All Night  4:29
2.  Confess  4:41
3.  Take Me Home  3:38
4.  Our World  7:40
5.  Sound Of My Heart  5:00
6.  Tears Live  3:56
7.  Missing You Live  6:47
8.  Change Live  4:09
9.  Midnight Rendezvous Live  4:13
10.  Saturday Night Live  4:06
11.  Lay Down Live  3:56
12.  Euroshima Live  6:21
  
Total Running Time:  58:56

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Nick C Date: August 8, 2005 at 12:25
I love John Waite but this album sucks...I think the words I put in an Amazon review spell it out the best here they are: This release is a pitiful cash in on John Waite. The material is strictly average and is not a fair representation of the artist. The liner notes have been done by some hack who it would appear has never listened properly to any of Mr. Waites past works. He says the songs on this release would have made Rovers Return a much stronger album!!! (cont....)

From: Nick C Date: August 8, 2005 at 12:26
(....cont) Duh! Rovers Return is an excellent album and much better and rockier than Mask of Smiles (which the hack rates as fantastic) which John himself quoted as having been recorded to please the record company who wanted an album full of "Missing You's". Avoid unless you are like me you have to have a full collection! Go buy any John Waite but this!

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From: Jez Date: August 30, 2005 at 10:36
Have to agree Nick regarding the studio tracks -probably a reason why they were unreleased in the first place as they are way off the mark compared to the finished 'Rovers Return' album . They aren't bad, but not up to JW's usual high standards. I must admit I like the Live tracks though and usually programme the old player from 6 onwards. The voice, oh the voice!!!


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