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Terry K.
I dug some/most of that album. But I LOVE the Rise Up album! Awesome stuff! T
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Terry K.
All I recall with that album and BA is..zero bass guitar! Yuk! T
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Yesterday
Terry K.
Not much time right now-- I'll read the interview later...But-- Does everyone agree that DE was a pretty stellar album? Maybe just that cut above with Schon involved? Wellll....it seems that perhaps JG knows he/they can't top/equal that album (they haven't yet). So maybe he's just a tad frustrated over the whole deal as obviously ol' Neal was just in/out. Seems a tad sour grapes but couldn't real
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Yesterday
Terry K.
Somebody made the relate,so I assumed they read it someplace? I haven't seen that. It'd be nice,but if they ARE making that claim, I hope they aren't over-hyping the cd. Wouldn't be the first time it's ever happened tho.. T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
AND..... you're a pretty damn good comedian,too! LOL T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Again....it's one track. Let's wait & see... T PS: I'll take anything HoL has done since World Upside Down (the reformation) to any of their earlier albums. Those seemed a cheap attempt at Whitesnake to me..just didn't click.
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Me neither,Andy--save a couple tracks. Brigade was the one of those three I dig a lot. T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Or...we could just join the 'hot sauce club' and bitch/moan from one track.. ;-) T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Why do you always insist on sugar-coating your opinion,hs? Try to remember what opinions are like--you'll fare a bit better with your approach... ;-) T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
You go,Kauna!! How cool is that! There aren't many tracks from RS you couldn't spin on rock radio. That cd has 'legs' for miles! ;-) T PS: and how many other releases from the past 15-20 years,eh?! Arrrghh..
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Yeah-- it'd be interesting to know how the big machine works there.. T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
I dug most of Passionworks. Sort of a 'midway' sound before their 80's material/output. The diff was that it's not so shlocky/commercial as what came after.. T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Ok--cool! Never heard of him,but I'll check out the links. I was never doubting his abilities,btw.. ;-) T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Good examples,Troy. I agree that a lot of this 'ilk' is WAY too similar. That said...if there's folks who dig that style,let them be content with it.. just gets too mediocre quickly for me and some others,obviously. T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Or--how about this... a band/project/whatever you want to refer Hardline as..that actually sounds just that bit different each time? I know-- heaven forbid!! I agree that DE was and likely will always be regarded as the nadir when it comes to Hardline. But let's not forget that one Neal Schon was involved with that record. His stamp/classy style is all over it. There's your difference,folks. But
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2 days ago
Terry K.
I dug the REv. Saints cd a lot. And that last Voodoo Circle is mainly strong. That's two off the top of my head...but then,we already know that me & mr. sauce disagree in our musical opines... T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Just listened to the two samples. He has lots of guests dueting and on backgrounds,it seems. But everything I hear him singing himself in these two tracks is just fine. The guy has the kind of voice that can show wear and tear on the road easily. It's high and perfectly clear,so when any issues develop--of course it's easily noticed. I get that he wasn't faring well on tours as he got older. But
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3 days ago
Terry K.
I'd love to see him/them release a good,solid sounding cd. We'll see. He's been off the road,so maybe his voice has strengthened up some. T
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3 days ago
Terry K.
Not so bad..might set well within the context of the rest of the album. It'll need lots of real solid tracks,perhaps a bit stronger than this one. Not tossing in the towel on this--it's a starting point. T PS: most of the comments on y-tube love it.just sayin'...
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3 days ago
Terry K.
If it's anything like 'Rise Up!' then I'm interested.. T
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3 days ago
Terry K.
How cool! Thought it looked like him. Wonder when was the last time he toured with them? Maybe a long time... T
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3 days ago
Terry K.
We've agreed to disagree on this before, tbob. I suppose my bad for lighting your fuse over it again. But neither of us is right or wrong here,guy. Either there are better editions w/o issues or some of us hear the cd differently. There are plenty of them out there that sound similarly. So I'm not simply 'targetting' the Toto cd. Or....I could have just replied- 'Yes SIR,sir!' ;-) T
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3 days ago
Terry K.
Plan B was mainly a more bluesy affair. I liked most of it,if different from their halcyon days. That opening track and Rhythm Ranch are both killer tracks--and huge hits undiscovered! T
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3 days ago
Terry K.
Was that album '82,by chance? I seem to recall seeing it in every record shop window whilst on my honeymoon in Toronto that May of '82. That and Kim Mitchell's Akimbo Alogo (got the original blue cover on vinyl. Not sure why they changed it). T
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3 days ago
Terry K.
Yup-- that's them. One of my top fav local bands from the day. They played great covers of current poprock bands (Journey/Loverboy/April Wine,etcetc) along with 70's greats like Zeppelin,etc. But they also mixed in a lot of their solid originals,which were sort of in a Journey-ish vibe-but no clone of them. Didn't know Barry Connors replaced Jimmi Fox in Toronto. I saw Coney Hatch for the 1st tim
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4 days ago
Terry K.
Heart were more adventurous in their early days. That material is much more preferred (by me) than their radio friendly 80's stuff--very dated. As per Toronto--they were around early 80's,right? They always seemed a more 'radio/commercial' style of melrock from what I've heard of them. There's really no comparison UNLESS you are more an 80's Heart fan. Then the similarities become more apparent.
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4 days ago
Terry K.
I can't imagine why I'd expect such a constant rebuttle from someone with a username of totobob. That's just odd. ;-) T PS: I know you think I've just senselessly targeted them about XIV,but it's NOT the music. And.. I MAY be going to see them this Friday. So despite your intuitions,I am a pretty big fan of the band. I saw them at this venue before FIB was released--one of the best sounding
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4 days ago
Terry K.
Oh,DEF some great tunes on that Hard At Play album. I dug some of Small World too,tho there were a couple or more clunkers on that one.. I need to break that stuff out sometime soon. Haven't listened to it in a few years now.. T
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4 days ago
Terry K.
But not the newest one then,eh? Wasn't aware they'd replaced yet another guy... T
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4 days ago
Terry K.
Like I'm the only one here that agrees about this? I just happen to bring it up on occasion because it reeeeely bugs me. I'm done,so...you can relax now,bro.. maybe spin that incredible sounding XIV cd. ;-) T
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