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2 days ago
bmg
Hi Don Big thks - never heard of Kutless - will give them a listen shortly
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3 days ago
bmg
got that one wrong too
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3 days ago
bmg
Just been relistening to Chris Tomlin's 'Not to Us' album - which is the first CT album I listened to, over 10 years ago. I really cant recommend, or rate, this album highly enough - its so good right through, no fillers, great production and great tunes, without being too commercial (or too instant). It is a moving album (for me anyway) and is rich in feeling and Spiritual / Biblical truth - li
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3 days ago
bmg
its ok - nothing special - i havent liked much of their stuff since the classic Future World album
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3 days ago
bmg
27 here
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6 days ago
bmg
Amazing contrasting views on this album - seems you either love it. I'm still struggling with it - wish it was as 'instant' as 'Raised on Radio'
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6 days ago
bmg
just a great song by both artists / bands
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8 days ago
bmg
Stevebme & Carl1 - I want to join u in your love for this album but I'm struggling - will listen again to those songs mentioned above. It seems that Perry (or his record company) wanted to move in the same direction as Michael Bolton - more 'soul' less 'rock' - having said that I always felt that 'Raised On Radio' was quite a 'soulful' Journey album and I loved it.
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8 days ago
bmg
Stevebme - see my post after Carl1's post below
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8 days ago
bmg
Ouch - missed this album back in the day - thought this would be a brill album - very disappointed - one or two good songs only anybody else any thoughts? is it a 'grower'? how many listens until it 'grows'? I actually think its utter drivel (there I said it) apart from Tuesday Heartache
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12 days ago
bmg
Thanks for that Bridgeofsighs
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12 days ago
bmg
saw what u did there Illimey - sneaked in 2 songs by BJH - super . I'm just listening to The Poet now thks
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12 days ago
bmg
Faded by Alan Walker Momma Dont Love Papa Anymore by Resurrection Band On The Wings Of Love by Barclay James Harvest The Dunnes Store Girl by John Spillane Broken by Terry Brock Tuesday Heartache by Steve Perry Missing You by Barclay James Harvest feat Les Holroyd Best Laid Plans by James Blunt Dont Leave Me Now by Supertramp Ultraviolet by U2
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12 days ago
bmg
What/who are they like and what songs would you recommend?
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12 days ago
bmg
Interesting read - brought back memories - my best mate (Peter) picked out their debut album from the Britannia Music Club mag at high school- we loved it and also loved 7800. SWW was great too and BJ spearheaded the rock movement into the mainstream at that time - paving the way for loads of other rock bands to be accepted and, I suppose, making them more accessible to the masses and rock f
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12 days ago
bmg
THanks for that link Darren - 'Still Of the Night' is such a class song - I used to watch it on You Tube years ago when it was a 'live' performance from Hammersmith Odeon (i think) - sadly Coverdale's vocals are just not what they used to be. Its tough for singers - guitarists just get a new guitar or retune if the guitar sounds off - singers cant just get a new voice so easily.
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12 days ago
bmg
Just heard about this group in some of the recent threads (thanks guys / girls?) - I Know nothing about them - think they are from the 70s are they aslo known as Rez? Anyway this song , 'Momma Dont Love Daddy Anymore' is really exceptional - musically its brill, but the lyrics are very 'poignant' - its not just cliched rock lyrics like 'I want you all night long and love you Forever with my
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16 days ago
bmg
actually T i agree - I never linked Tesla to Aerosmith before, either When Mech Resonance was realised in the 80s they were likened to a mixture of D Lep / Van Halen & Led Zep. I think the vocals on this song have a Steve Tyler sound to them, if that makes sense
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16 days ago
bmg
very good list Adolfo (although I havent heard a lot of those albums u mention - wasnt into AoR scene in 90s) - in light of that I reworded my last entry there - maybe the 90s wasnt that bad, but that top ten list seemed very poor - that's what I meant to say
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17 days ago
bmg
Haaaa Haaaa it really does sound like Aerosmith (try another pair of ears Terry) its OK - I love Tesla, but this is average - not in the same class as the Mechanical Resonance songs
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17 days ago
bmg
well if that is the top ten, then the 90s really was bad for AOR - nearly all second rate AOR albums sorry - thats MHO
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18 days ago
bmg
yes Don the same Chris Tomlin - most of his songs are biblical and, as a Christian, they have been of much encouragement to me over the years. I can relate better to CT than, say, Stryper - although I do have a soft spot for White Heart.
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18 days ago
bmg
Hi Illimey Re. ELO - probably start with the Time or Discovery albums you will wish you had started earlier
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18 days ago
bmg
Illimey - great to see Barclay James Harvest in your list - they would be well up mine I'm 50 in about 2 months Here's some bands/artist I would definitely include ELO Def Leppard Magnum Kacey Musgraves Fleetwood Mac Iron Maiden Eagles Tesla Michael Schencker Scorpions Rush Queensryche Dare FM Dire Straits James Blunt Abba Chris Tomlin Y&T Triumph Great White Jars
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18 days ago
bmg
no Def Leppard or ELO?
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21 days ago
bmg
sad - they had some great stuff - and he could sing
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21 days ago
bmg
Yes - v good album, but like Vega, slightly weak vocalist (not bad but not distinctive)
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22 days ago
bmg
well done Don - sound like a good charity shop there - maybe we could open a sort of online bargain bin or 'swap shop' to pool all our resources / sources etc. I actually used to be almost addicted to going round the local charity shops every other day checking out all their CDs - just remembered I didnt purchase DOn Dokkens - 'Up From The Ashes' when I saw it going for about £1 - had to give
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22 days ago
bmg
have to admit this is one great song from Tate - wasnt expecting it to be so good better than the other song I heard 'Left for Dead'
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23 days ago
bmg
Not really 'into' BJ these days (Pardon the Pun), but Burning Bridges was quite good - at least I sort of got into it whereas some of their recent albums were a struggle. I think their ballads have become really bland affairs and they seem to do a lot of ballads I also feel I cant judge them fairly because I havent listened to much of their recent albums - it a catch 22 situation - i find i
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