Red herrings
Posted by: koogles ()
Date: December 06, 2000 08:23PM

Yeah, Don, it's not on the level of the classics, that's for sure.

Ever heard The Guess Who's "Liberty" CD? At first glance, most would brush it off as chugging classic rock, but surprise surprise, it's actually very respectable AOR. Especially the songs "Amy" and "Lonely One". Do you, Don, or anyone else, know any albums that WOULDN'T APPEAR to be melodic hard rock judging by the artist's reputation, but are, in fact, AOR gems?

I think the David Cassidy self-titled CD from 1990 would fit into this category.


koogle

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