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John Waite - When You Were Mine CD 1997 Mercury Canada
John Waite - When You Were Mine CD 1997 Mercury Canada
JOHN WAITE - When You Were Mine - CD - RARE & OOP
JOHN WAITE - When You Were Mine - CD - RARE & OOP
JOHN WAITE When You Were Mine CD
JOHN WAITE When You Were Mine CD

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John Waite

When You Were Mine

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Category: AOR

Year: 1997

Label: Pure/Mercury

Catalog Number: 314 536 207-2

Average Rating: 85 / 100 (7 ratings)


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John Waite vocals
Shane Fontaine electric and acoustic guitar, bass
Jeff Golub electric and acoustic guitar
Mindy Joysten violin, vocals on tracks 5, 6, 11
Donnie Nossov electric and acoustic bass
Chuck Kentis piano, Hammond Organ
Tony Beard drums
Liz Constantine vocals on track 8
Mark Spiro backing vocals on tracks 1, 10
Tommy Funderburk backing vocals on tracks 1, 10
1.  When You Were Mine  4:00
2.  Imaginary Girl  3:56
3.  Let's Get Out of Here  4:19
4.  Suicide Life  6:56
5.  Just Like a Woman  5:37
6.  Bluebird Cafe  3:57
7.  I-95  4:12
8.  Show Me How to Love You  4:55
9.   Valentine  3:45
10.  Have You Seen Her My Friend  5:25
11.  All I Want for Christmas  3:49
Total Running Time:  50:51

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Existing comments about this CD

From: cruise Date: September 14, 2003 at 16:36
Continues where 'Temple Bar' left off with a similar laid back feel. Not quite as memorable but still excellent. 8/10

From: Eugenio 'Waite' Date: April 16, 2004 at 1:39
What a bunch of Class and Elegance. The lets-do-the-Dylan Waite album. A bit folkie yes, but not too much, so you can still hear the man standing in his own ground as always and as great. Maybe some will not like it as the 80s stuff or even as the Temple Bar, but, to me, it's a Classic!

From: z4roxx Date: October 17, 2007 at 13:12
Oh no 88/100 ahahah!This is pretty decent if you can't sleep maybe,too soft for my tastes..7/10.

From: hair metal again Date: March 22, 2011 at 3:28
agree with Eugenio here ,this is a fantastic release with amazing tunes and very artistic lyrics.it has tha class,the talent,the vibe and the songwriting.many good songs as "show me how to love you","bluebird cafe","when you were mine" and "imaginary girl".essential

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