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20 days ago
mhenders
24 days ago
mhenders
Wildside's "Under the Influence" is a good workout album!
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5 weeks ago
mhenders
From Poison? Yeah - "Ride Child Ride" was a great song from "Native Tongue". It would have been a good single IMO.
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6 weeks ago
mhenders
daveok Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > You can also quite a bit of the 80's era Heart. > Seems like they try to distance themselves from > that period. Although they might be getting a clue - recent 2015 setlists show them playing "If Looks Could Kill", "There's the Girl", and "Wild Child".
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6 weeks ago
mhenders
Loverboy "Love Will Rise Again" Slaughter - anything from Fear No Evil Poison "So Tell Me Why" Firehouse "Home is Where the Heart Is" Kansas "One Man One Heart"
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7 weeks ago
mhenders
Agreed! Last song on the CD - "One and Only" - is the best IMO!
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2 months ago
mhenders
The Radio Sun - Summer Girl
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3 months ago
mhenders
Is he still the new vocalist in Tango Down as well?
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3 months ago
mhenders
The song "Father Time" from the soundtrack to Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure is just all-around awesomeness!
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5 months ago
mhenders
Voting for: Work of Art S/T from 2008 - with the two best tracks bookending the album: "Why Do I" and "One Hour". H.E.A.T S/T - love the new albums too, but this is the one I always go back to; not a single bad track.
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6 months ago
mhenders
"Learn To Live Again" by W.E.T. gets my vote.
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8 months ago
mhenders
How about INXS's "Shabooh Shoobah"?
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9 months ago
mhenders
Pressure Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Grand Design - Another good band. I am sure these > guys were a highlight for some. I can't get past > the super high pitched vocals, but the music and > songs are definitely good. Beyond that, they were > another great bunch of guys like Radio Sun. They > were at the event the entire two day
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9 months ago
mhenders
mhenders Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I got a really good capture of the first song they > did acoustically, "Camelia". I'll put it on > YouTube in a few days. Here it is: Work of Art - Camelia acoustically
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9 months ago
mhenders
I got a really good capture of the first song they did acoustically, "Camelia". I'll put it on YouTube in a few days.
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9 months ago
mhenders
I vote for Vixen covering Jeff Paris' - "Cryin" that originally appeared on his "Wired Up" album
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9 months ago
mhenders
Pretty bad air traffic delays; also looks like some serious thunderstorms are hitting Chicago right now - I'm stuck in New Mexico and my flight has been delayed 4 hours so far. Looks like I'm going to miss the H.E.A.T acoustic show tonight. (:
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11 months ago
mhenders
That's disappointing news - Who will be playing guitar then?
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11 months ago
mhenders
How about David Victor? I think he would be a good fit and he's available after being dismissed from Boston last month.
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11 months ago
mhenders
I would like to know this as well - loved the "Hurry Up and Wait" album and the song "Tears in the Sky".
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1 year ago
mhenders
Starrider Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Here is a message board thread regarding David > Victor's absence: > http://www.gonnahitcharide.com/thejourney/viewtopi > c.php?f=4&t=8086 > > You'll probably need an account to view it. > > He is apparently gone from the tour and no reason > has been given. Everyone involved is
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1 year ago
mhenders
Tommy De Carlo did all the lead vocals aside from "Walk On" - which were sung by American Idol Season 9 Finalist Siobhan Magnus Kimberly Dahme also sang lead on one song.
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1 year ago
mhenders
So I saw Boston's Heaven and Earth tour on Tuesday in Albuquerque, NM and was surprised to see David Victor wasn't on stage with them. Is he still in the band? Great show regardless - just somewhat disappointed since I'm a huge David Victor/Velocity fan.
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1 year ago
mhenders
1212corey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Well, I went to see them in Oklahoma. Boston > played a great set list. Great show for me. Lots > of classics and only a few songs post 80's. There > were several instrumentals throughout the set too. > Kimberly does sing a song and Siobhan Magnus comes > out and sings some parts during a few songs
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1 year ago
mhenders
Here is the set-list they've been playing this tour. I'm seeing them this coming Tuesday with Cheap Trick opening: Rock & Roll Band Smokin' Feelin' Satisfied Last Day of School Life, Love & Hope Peace of Mind It's Been Such a Long Time Interlude Cool the Engines Surrender to Me Don't Look Back Something About You Amanda The Launch More Than a Feeling Guitar Solo/Drum Sol
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1 year ago
mhenders
Very sad to hear. Didn't he play live with Mecca at Melodicrockfest 2 in 2010?
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1 year ago
mhenders
rocinante_uk Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > No one has mentioned Wildest Dreams, top AOR album Oh wow you're right! "Only Time Will Tell" is stellar with a great keyboard hook!
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1 year ago
mhenders
"Worlds Apart" and "Behavior" are my two favorites.
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1 year ago
mhenders
"Learn to Live Again" - W.E.T.
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