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20 days ago
SEAN1
Always been a huge fan of this man's voice. After his brain tumour his voice seemed as though it was completely gone when he was touring around 2008 or so. I have been watching some youtube clips from his tour last year and wow! His voice sounds a million times better! He's lost some weight and obviously is on less meds-steroids etc. What an inspiration-hell of a trooper.
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5 weeks ago
SEAN1
They are an acquired taste admittedly, I love all their stuff however. They are like Saga-very original sounding, so bound to divide opinion.
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6 weeks ago
SEAN1
Any day above ground is brilliant. James Reyne and Daryl Braithwaite are both great.
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6 weeks ago
SEAN1
All of J R Richards solo stuff is outstanding.
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7 weeks ago
SEAN1
Really talented guy-and the first 2 Shout albums are excellent.
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7 weeks ago
SEAN1
Yup love this band too. Have the demos of the 2nd cd as well and as previously mentioned the sound quality is very poor. I will be interested to hear a more polished version.
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2 months ago
SEAN1
Their best yet to my ears-more varied than previous releases and not a filler in sight.
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2 months ago
SEAN1
Steve Perry- Vocals Steve Morse-Guitar Geddy Lee-Bass Neil Peart-Drums Roy Bittan-Keys
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2 months ago
SEAN1
Both Streets albums and steelhouse Lane slaves... Love the Slamer album and all 3 Seventh Key too. The guys a genius.
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4 months ago
SEAN1
Sounds great-Rick along with Night Ranger must be the most consistently excellent act in melodic rock- never fails to deliver.
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4 months ago
SEAN1
I'll be going as it is only 3 miles from home
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5 months ago
SEAN1
Got mine too.
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5 months ago
SEAN1
Why this obsession with a man who by his own admission never listens to anyone else's music, remains locked in his basement studio and has only released 2 albums in the last quarter of a century-and they were both dire!
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5 months ago
SEAN1
Jimmy Davis and Junction-Going the Distance ( unreleased 2nd album ).
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5 months ago
SEAN1
That is a cracking list by someone with a real knowledge of the scene.
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5 months ago
SEAN1
His behaviour was ridiculous and he certainly doesn't deserve any financial support. A shame because everything he has been involved with musically is pure class. That Fortune album is a bona fide classic.
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6 months ago
SEAN1
Life...has Somme excellent material on it. The earth.....is one of their strongest and most consistent albums. Building.... is patchy but has some decent tunes on it. Victims of the musical landscape at the time so received little record company support and slipped under most people's radar.
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7 months ago
SEAN1
Linda Rondstadt Cry like a Rainstorm album is great. Lots of songs on that written by Jimmy Webb who wrote some amazing songs for Glen Campbell-another guilty pleasure. Also anything by the Indigo Girls.
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7 months ago
SEAN1
I have Arrival's "Point of origin "-very good album and Mark Free sounds fantastic on it.
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7 months ago
SEAN1
I will be purchasing this-Runaway is an all time classic.
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7 months ago
SEAN1
Billy Satellite
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7 months ago
SEAN1
Michael Bolton-Everybody's Crazy
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7 months ago
SEAN1
Journey-Captured Reo Speedwagon-You get what you play for Dan Reed Network-Live at Last
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7 months ago
SEAN1
Sounds great-will be getting this.
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7 months ago
SEAN1
It just shows how much quality Canadian music is out there. Picking just 5 was very hard-I could easily have listed albums by Loverboy, Red Rider, Saga, Chrissy Steele, Triumph....
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7 months ago
SEAN1
Canadian bands have often had a certain quirkiness that separates them from their counterparts in other parts of the world. As a result some of my all time favourite albums have been produced by Canucks.Rush have been a huge part of my musical life, but it is some of the more AOR Canadian bands that have produced some real classics. Here are my top 5- in no particular order. Zappacosta- 1st al
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7 months ago
SEAN1
Great guitarist. You get what you play for is one of the best live albums ever. RIP.
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7 months ago
SEAN1
I like it-it's not in the same league as native son for sure, but it's a good pop rock song.
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7 months ago
SEAN1
I have often thought my ears needed waxing-apparently I am not alone. Some vitriolic posts about production on some releases ( notably Toto's latest ) have had me scratching my head thinking " really !? ". I concentrate on the songs and the way an album flows- the production has to be really dire for me to notice-guess I'm a heathen!
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7 months ago
SEAN1
Sounds great- will be buying the album.
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