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3 months ago
IC
He was to play in Sweden Rock in 2009 but for some reason cancelled the show later. http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/aldo-nova-confirmed-for-sweden-rock-festival/
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3 months ago
IC
Both. Jamo sang his own recorded material and Dave his own. Together they performed Eye of The Tiger. This was the case at least in Sweden Rock last year.
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3 months ago
IC
Jamo was my all time fave vocalist and I was really shocked when I read that he's no longer with us. The 2-man show worked out all right when I saw Survivor last year in Sweden Rock but I'm pretty sure that Bickler can't handle the whole show let alone tours. If and when Survivor continues Rob Moratti would be an ideal main or the 2nd vocalist.
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6 months ago
IC
At least they are in Europe on October. Survivor will be playing in Sweden Rock cruise on a ferry between Stockholm and Helsinki: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=789526111071127&set=a.153027958054282.31090.149323555091389&type=1&theater
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7 months ago
IC
Peter Goalby's post Uriah Heep demos. Jimi Jamison demos like a version of Atlantic's Power Over Me Kansas' Power Demos had many good excluded songs too.
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7 months ago
IC
WET - One Live In Stockholm HEAT - Tearing down the walls Brother Firetribe - Diamond in the firepit Free Spirit - All the shades of darkened light Alien - Eternity
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8 months ago
IC
Not many, but The Wizzard by Black Sabbath is quite good.
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8 months ago
IC
The new Human Temple and House of Mirrors albums are underway too.
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9 months ago
IC
I guess these include also other hard to find Europe/Tempest songs. Give A Helpin' Hand must be this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBZ2NdNR-JM
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9 months ago
IC
Reckless Love hasn't reach the precious metals here in Finland but Brother Firetribe just went gold with their 2nd album Heart Full of Fire. You have to sell 10 000 units to get gold album here. Reckless Love have been in top 10 with their last two albums, though.
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10 months ago
IC
The whole forthcoming album is outstanding, not any fillers. The 80's aor hard rock in the vein of Def Leppard with same kind of of vocal layers and guitars. Just think of Reckless Love albums with no silly glam rock songs.
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10 months ago
IC
I've listened to Gravitas couple of times now and it sounds like a big disappointment. Very laidback, boring and tired. The previous XXX was after all the best album after comeback and it even had uptempo songs again. I waited much more because Asia was quite good at Sweden Rock last summer and Sam Coulson seemed to give band new energy. I've blamed Steve Howe for no reason because of slowing
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1 year ago
IC
At least Tom has heard Kim Carnes' Bette Davis' Eyes or what do you think? Bette Davis' Eyes http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPOIS5taqA8 What's Your Name http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMNGHUf5Rks
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1 year ago
IC
It seems that digital promos were held back too at last minute. The notice e-mail included among other Frontiers newbies new Boston album, but it was not available to download.
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1 year ago
IC
I'll second that but add some, oh, I wish I was 15 again! :) 1986 was the year almost all heavy and hard rock acts went melodic. More here: http://www.aordreamer.com/index.php?action=search&page_id=year&searchstr=1986&sort_by=artist&page=0 Kansas: Power Survivor: When seconds count Accept: Russian Roulette Aviator: S/T Baby Tuckoo: Force Majeure Vinnie Vincent Invasion:
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1 year ago
IC
Eye of The Tiger!
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1 year ago
IC
Signal, Dianno: S/T (1984), Surgin, Talk of The Town, Monro, Lionheart, Demolition 23 and already mentioned Atlantic.
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1 year ago
IC
Well, he can rock a little :) The S/T album from 1990 is not a bad aor album at all. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Cassidy_%28album%29
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1 year ago
IC
Black Sabbath's non-Ozzy and non-Dio albums, UFO:s Misdemeanor, Morse- and Elefante -era by Kansas, 80's albums of Uriah Heep (from Conquest to Equator), Howe-era Bad Co., 80's Kiss to name but a few. At least some "true fans" doesn't rate them at all.
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1 year ago
IC
Snart Kommer Natten was a minor radio hit here in Finland in the early 90's. BTW, it is penned by Roxette man Per Gessle and they also made later a version of it in english; Here Comes The Weekend: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHt_zKWuYa8
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1 year ago
IC
Oh, I forgot. Don Barnes' unreleased solo album from 1989 would also fit into my cd-collection.
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1 year ago
IC
An official collection of the Survivor and Jimi Jamison demos from the 90's. Uriah Heep's second album with John Sloman and Pete Goalby's recordings from the late 80's.
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1 year ago
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Like Icon, Kix was at it´s best when Bob Halligan Jr. wrote their songs which was the case in Midnite Dynamite album. Halligan also penned their biggest and only hit Don't Close your eyes.
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1 year ago
IC
Yngwie: Marching out Talisman: S/T Eyes: S/T Eyes: Windows... WET: S/T Just like Glenn Hughes JSS is not at his best when he calls the shots.
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1 year ago
IC
Of course not, but the titles like The Wild The Willing and the Innocent aren't far from Bruce's music map + there is certain Springsteen vibe in some songs in that era.
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1 year ago
IC
Misdeameanor (1985) with Atomic Tommy M on guitar is a great AOR record. Very underrated gem, I would say. The precessor Makin' Contact (1983) is worth checking out too. Funnily the Tonka era albums remind somehow of Bruce Springsteen. Neil Carter even played saxophone on some songs.
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1 year ago
IC
Jean-Michel Byron?
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1 year ago
IC
From the first MSg album to Save Yourself. Schenker didn't do wrong in the 80's.
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1 year ago
IC
Survivor, unfortuntely Frankie sang a couple of tunes on Reach. ZZ Top's Dusty Hill has also had some lead vocals. And you should not remember the b-sides Adrian Smith sang during Iron Maiden's Somewhere in Time era. Great tracks!
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1 year ago
IC
I'll second that! Though I would also add the excellent Conquest album into Uriah Heep's AOR category. Those who appreciate the Goalby era shoud get the Peter Goalby's demos into their hands. Uriah Heep would have made a terrific successor for Equator from these songs. In fact Blood Red Rose from Raging Silence was from these demos. 80's was great time for Uriah Heep, at least musically :)
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