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15 days ago
Edis
Hopefully a CD release as I don't buy digital download.
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17 days ago
Edis
Is this the same band that featured Robert Berry, Keith Emerson and Carl Palmer?
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4 weeks ago
Edis
Just found that he has those albums at CDBaby.com and it seems as the titles I was interested in were CD-R.
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4 weeks ago
Edis
I am about to order some CDs from the store at StanBush.com. Does anyone knows if all titles are real factory pressed CDs with full booklets and everything? Just wondering because the word was many years ago that some titles he sold was CD-R copies.
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6 weeks ago
Edis
What If (with Tommy Funderburk) originally came 1987 and there was a re-issue on CD in Japan 14 years ago. I have that one.
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6 weeks ago
Edis
What If with Tommy Funderburk?
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8 weeks ago
Edis
http://rickspringfield.com/s4eow/version_guide.html
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2 months ago
Edis
Not sure what songs are on the best of you're referring to but I think there's some great pop tunes on their first album. Soul Deep, Secrets That She Keeps and Like Lovers Do would be my favourite tracks off of that first album.
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4 months ago
Edis
That info on his Facebook page doesn't seem to be there anymore. Strange.
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4 months ago
Edis
Read on Heath Saltis' facebook page yesterday that Tower City will do a live gig but when and where it didn't say but would be very cool to see and hear! They had some great songs on their two albums!
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5 months ago
Edis
Larry Greene and Roger Scott Craig from Fortune released several great albums during the 90s as HARLAN CAGE. They also re-recorded one Fortune-track on every Harlan Cage release.
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6 months ago
Edis
I love his "Solo"-album and it was great although it was basically demos. If I remember correctly Magnus Söderkvist had plans to release a 2nd album from Clif on the MTM label late 90s but for some reason it never materialized. I must see if I can find some old promo sheets from MTM where I think that was mentioned. I could be way off here.
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6 months ago
Edis
I am looking for Bad Habit - Revolution (Revamp) (the AOR Heaven version from 2009).
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6 months ago
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The reason I'm asking is because that was the only place online where I could find this particular album that I was looking for, including websites like ebay and discogs. They even state: ITEM IN STOCK (Ready to ship within 24 hours). I have sent them a mail asking if that information is correct. I'm very familiar with AOR Heaven and Wishing Well as I have been doing business with them sinc
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6 months ago
Edis
Before placing an order at impulsemusic.com I just wanted to see if anyone here have any experience dealing with them and if they are reliable?
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7 months ago
Edis
Does anyone know who's the voice in this old Gilette commercial? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slcBV38Z4KU
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7 months ago
Edis
Didn't know about the Peter Emmett version. Very cool! :)
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7 months ago
Edis
She Don't Know Me was originally recorded and released by Fair Warning (previously known as La Flavour) in 1981. Franke & The Knockouts had a song on Makin' The Point called You Don't Want Me (Like I Want You) that sounds like a carbon copy of the Fair Warning song that Bon Jovi later did a version of on their debut album. I like all versions with Franke's being my favourite. Fair Warnin
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9 months ago
Edis
Without being a big Benny Mardones fan I regard his self titled album from 1989 a fine release and among those cuts my favourite is 'If You Loved Me'.
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11 months ago
Edis
I have it on mp3 somewhere, but it's not cd quality. There's some cracking good songs on it though! Brilliant song! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVpWceNIzvw
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11 months ago
Edis
You Never Know With Magic / Mystic Healer It Must Be Magic / Body Electric
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1 year ago
Edis
My favourite among his solo albums is definitely Live To Worship from 2000. There's some great melodic songs on that one. Take Me Higher http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRQ0Y2VBCqw Caught In The Moment http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEqnSn8ruWc Lord, I Lift Your Name On High http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RECA1pqyhZ4 The Power Of Your Love http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jZ_ZkMYUsc
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1 year ago
Edis
There is a cool 12-track digipack version of Adrenalize. The two additional tracks were b-sides on some singles from the Adrenalize album. The songs were She's Too Tough and Miss You In A Heartbeat. The latter was featured in several different versions on Retroactive, but not as good as this one IMO. Strange that they weren't on the Deluxe release of Adrenalize.
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1 year ago
Edis
What a neat list! John Oates is King! Haha :)
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1 year ago
Edis
The CD (Talking In Code) is at 7.50 Euro at Yesterrocks website. http://www.yesterrock-shop.com/epages/61997914.sf/en_GB/?ViewObjectID=5671268
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1 year ago
Edis
There's some good songs on the Retrospectacle CD that MTM Music released 1996. Worth checking out!
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1 year ago
Edis
Exactly what does John Oates do? I love their music but always wondered about that. :)
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1 year ago
Edis
My favourites from Talking in Code would be Hold Back The Night, Brave Hearts, Crank it Up, Talking in Code and of course Perfect World. I can see not everyone liking this album but for me it's a great one. Sounds very 1986. It's probably a little more pop than rock. I guess it's not an album you would claim had an organic sound :) I like the follow up to this one too by Burtnick, not that exci
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1 year ago
Edis
You need some songs added to that list off of his Talking In Code album! Some superb songs on that one IMO.
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1 year ago
Edis
Jimmy Degrasso is on Contagious as well, which came out 1987 and Steve did actually replace Jimmy Degrasso on those tracks on Ten. I did an interview with Dave Meniketti way back in 1997 and this is what he said about that: "That was an unfortunate situation. I mean it was fortunate as in as much that we played with Steve Smith, whose a great drummer and we had a good time with that, and
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