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3 days ago
Don
"Falling from the Moon" - Blanc Faces "That's Why God Made the Moon" - John Elefante "Restless Moon" - Metropolis "1st Band on the Moon" - Motley Crue "Followed By the Moon" - Pink Cream 69 "Between Sun & Moon" - Rush "Black Moon Rising" - Ten "Watchtower on the Moon" - Threshold "Iglo
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4 days ago
Don
I really like that! Thanks for sharing.
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4 days ago
Don
Pink Cream 69: Electrified. After the final track (the soft, romantic, heartfelt ballad, "Gone Again") is finished, there's a brief pause and then the track begins again, but this time featuring vocals that sound a little like a British Elmer Fudd.
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5 days ago
Don
I don't know how to thank you guys - all of you. Please just know that I really appreciate it all - the kind words of support, the thoughts & prayers, and the concern for someone you've never even met. It means a great deal to me. Thanks again!!!!!!
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5 days ago
Don
My pleasure. Hope you find something you enjoy!
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5 days ago
Don
Raintimes was another one-off Frontiers project. To be honest, it's probably not entirely worthy of being on my list, but I am a massive sucker for the vocals of Von Groove's Michael Shotton. Raintimes: Don't Ever Give Up Union of Sinners & Saints is a "super-group" of sorts featuring members of Christian rockers Petra and WhiteHeart. Union of Sinners and Saints: Rise
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5 days ago
Don
Actually, I think he made reference to this in the interview. Apparently, it's a Beatles-esque album tentatively called The Locusts. I'm not sure what to think of this idea.
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5 days ago
Don
I get the sense that you and I have rather similar taste in music.
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5 days ago
Don
Ahhh, I should have known this was not new, lol! I'm highly unlikely to be the first one to learn about a new release. Totally agree about the outro...it just seems to go on forever. Enjoyable track, though. Andrew, do you know if there's going to be an album? Or is it just a side-project with tracks being released independently?
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5 days ago
Don
Great call on RJD!!!
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6 days ago
Don
Great question and a tough call. A few names that come to mind are Neal Schon, Dennis Ward, and Ted Poley. I'm also a fan of David Zaffiro, who was Bloodgood's guitarist. When he started his career as a solo artist I discovered just how much I love his vocals as well. I See Red His guitar playing reminds me a little of Joe Satriani... Silas and Serai Why Me To The End
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6 days ago
Don
Just heard about this project this morning: Rick Springfield's song entitled "The Wall Will Fall." Looks to feature a good number of celebrities, and all proceeds going to the FeedingAmerica charity. Apologies if this is old and/or duplicate news. It was new to me. Rick Springfield: The Wall Will Fall
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7 days ago
Don
I had forgotten about this album. I own it and think I've only ever spun it 3-4 times. It's playing right now, and it is a great spin, indeed! I especially like "Bullets" and "Tired of Dreaming."
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7 days ago
Don
I just wanted to let you know that my mom seems to have turned a corner last night. She is now more alert, more able to communicate, and she’s even started eating small amounts of food again. In the span of a couple of days, we’ve gone from the doctor just wanting to focus on keeping her comfortable for her last few days to seeing real signs of improvement. The doctor is now indicating
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7 days ago
Don
Ooooh, I missed a few... 2010 Brian Howe: Circus Bar Pretty Maids: Pandemonium
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7 days ago
Don
Thanks, Alfie.
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7 days ago
Don
Thanks, Andrew.
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7 days ago
Don
Okay, we've done the '70s, '80s, '90s, and the first decade of the 21st century. Unless we work backwards (personally, I don't think I could do the '60s, and I know I couldn't do the '50s), the last remaining piece is the second decade into the 21st century - basically, the past ten years. So, let's have it. What are your favorites and runners-up from 2010-2019? And, lol, because I'm star
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7 days ago
Don
The older I get, the less tolerant I seem to be when it comes to country music. There was a time, back in the '90s, when "new country" was a thing, that I quite enjoyed a fair bit of it. Nowadays, much of what gets played on country radio stations just grates on my nerves. Literally every moment that I'm hearing country music, I'm thinking about how much more I'd prefer to be listenin
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7 days ago
Don
Absolutely, Not sure if you can believe this or not, but my dad's been gone for over 13 years, and there are still times when I think I'd like to pick up the phone and share something or ask him a question, only to realize that it's just not possible.
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7 days ago
Don
Thanks everybody, for the kind words, thoughts, and prayers. In truth, I had no intention of mentioning any of this on here, but given the poignancy of the song, paired with the irony of the timing of its release for me, I just had to comment. Once again, I very much appreciate the immense kindness of the folks on here. We may bicker, poke fun, and take shots at each other from time to t
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8 days ago
Don
My own mother had a stroke on Friday, and looks to be nearing the end. Meanwhile, my father-in-law is losing his battle with stage 4 cancer and doesn't have a lot of time left either. Thanks for sharing this song. It's bound to get a lot of plays in the coming days.
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8 days ago
Don
I'm surprised to see this. B.T.O. is a band whose name rarely comes up around these parts, along with a few other Canadian-radio-staples that we Canucks were raised on: Trooper, The Guess Who, Burton Cummings, etc.
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8 days ago
Don
Killer Dwarfs - Stand Tall Mass - New Birth Brighton Rock - Young, Wild, & Free Brighton Rock - Take a Deep Breath ...and then any of the following: Outfield - Play Deep Outfield - Bangin' Outfield - Voices of Babylon
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9 days ago
Don
I'm with you, Wardy. I couldn't keep the list down to a couple, and quite frankly, I don't wanna take the time to pare it down further...and I even left "non-traditional" MHR like SR-71, Simple Plan, Angels & Airwaves, etc. off the list... 2000 Crystal: Collection Fozzy: s/t HammerFall: Renegade Hugo: Time on Earth Push: On the Run Von Groove: 3 Faces Past Steelwi
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9 days ago
Don
Agreed!
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9 days ago
Don
It's true that some folks considered Dynasty to be a pop/disco sell-out, but there are still quite a few Kiss fans who rate this album. I was definitely under the impression, however, that Revenge was pretty highly regarded due to the fact that the album featured a return to a heavier sound (sort of like Creatures of the Night).
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10 days ago
Don
I'm with you on all of those, and I believe I have you to thank for my introduction into Maverick and Midnite City....so....THANKS! Additionally, I'm sure that I'm going to wind up buying Stryper - after all, it can't be any worse than the last one. And: Tokyo Motor Fist Perfect Plan Pinnacle Point Brother Firetribe 91 Suite Dukes of the Orient Lionville Guess I'd better start p
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11 days ago
Don
Great post, Hustler!
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13 days ago
Don
Great to hear, thanks Paul. And no worries about our mail delivery system - it works just fine.
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