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11 years ago
Larry
I'm doing my best though...;-)
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11 years ago
Larry
That is among the stupidest comments I have ever heard. EVER. Sure, his voice isn't what it used to be. But a new album? Do you think a new album of his would be crammed with lame, half-assed vocals? On which planet are you on? For fucks sake, I could make a decent effort with a little studio-magic (but no, I won't even try). Fact though: Perry 2011 is NOT Perry 1981. But on the other hand, Gramm
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11 years ago
Larry
Edis....look no further...:)
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11 years ago
Larry
I'd say it's a fabulous album! If anything the album wouldn't have suffered from one more mellow/poppier tune to be really dynamic....it's a bit "intense" perhaps.
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11 years ago
Larry
larry@aor.nu wrote: > > Edis wrote: > > > > I love it too. Great, great stuff on that disc Superb smooth AOR. Another band in the same vein is Norwegian Brother To Brother. Absolutely excellent and overlooked band.
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11 years ago
Larry
Edis wrote: > > I love it too. Great, great stuff on that disc!
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12 years ago
Larry
One of those "lost gems", definitely. Yes, it was released on CD (have it myself).
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12 years ago
Larry
Andrew wrote: > > theORIGINALbrent wrote: > > > I agree they owe us nothing- whether they can afford to go > > down a different path and perhaps alienate loyal fans depends > > on their bank balance. What I like to see is a band that > > challenges our preconceptions in a way that retains some of > > the best of what came before..............TNT's My Rel
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12 years ago
Larry
Edis: You're always accurate and on the spot in your comments! Loads of these so called super-rare obscurities, are indeed obscure and "rare", but not so much 100%-releases material-wise. Personally I'd say that the B-JOE & 2nd AVENUE cd is one of the better "super-rare" albums out there...very slick and well-crafted topped with a couple of killer-tracks. Still, I wouldn't
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12 years ago
Larry
...review the releases from melodicrockrecords? Just a thought. It's absolutely fabulous that you have started a label. Don't expect nothing but 100%-reviews....Feel the pressure...just kidding.
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12 years ago
Larry
glorydazemusic wrote: > > Don't they need some black guy who can sing and play bass, > and look the part? Doug Pinnick?
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12 years ago
Larry
One of the best Swedish bands. Ever. Love their debut (prefer the Kingpin-version though) as well as SC and Violent New Breed (even if its a different kind of beast).
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12 years ago
Larry
...OK...Here's a highly subjective matter...to each their own...but...bands that became better in spite of change of a signicant player...mening not your average Joe turning the knobs so to speak....:) Anyhow...YES...is the first band that springs to mind.....YES with Trevor Rabin...,I know a lot of people like Howe...but...really??
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13 years ago
Larry
killer album albeit in "synthetic". But is "Without Walls" -album is the one to grab!
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13 years ago
Larry
SHOCKING news to say the least! In a positive way though...:) Can't wait to hear the finished product
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13 years ago
Larry
ahhh..brilliant album. It was originally intended to be the new HEADPINS-album at the time (with Chrissy replacing the departed Darby Mills...all according to the late and great Bryan MacLeod). She wrote for a second album with Tim Feehan (amongst others) and some songs can be found on Feehan's Tracks I Forgot About (on MTM) pretty much in the same vein as her debut.
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13 years ago
Larry
YES with Trevor Rabin, Chris Squire & Jon Anderson....and heck...Schon, Cain and Perry......
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13 years ago
Larry
He was one-of-a-kind and created his own style and edge as a musician. Many artists I have interviewed and talked to who worked with Jeff often mentions his "ghost-snare" (or to others...his groove) as a prime example of his identity. He will be...he IS dearly missed. I am glad I got to see his last ever performance on stage in Luleå (Sweden) 1991. R.I.P.
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13 years ago
Larry
stevebme wrote: > > OMG, I really have to question Rock Candy's choice of > releases Sorry to say I'm a bit disappointed with Rock Candy. I seriously thought they were to re-release nothing but quality (AOR) records, but lately there have been lots of dull re-releases...I'm afraid Rock Candy will end up on its ass just like the (once-upon-a-time) brilliant Long Island label due to qua
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13 years ago
Larry
ehh...well...some band's demos are just rough scetches so to speak (i.e. bands with a contract) and some are a matter of getting one if you know what I mean. hence the difference in "balls"....:)
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13 years ago
Larry
ahh...one of my most-unlikely-favorites-but-still-one-of-my-most-precious-albums...:) yeah, as it's been said, new band-name, still no success, bassplayer went on to Stevie Salas (Colorcode)-debut (killer-album if I recall correctly) and singer turns into A&R-man, and their What's the world coming to...was featured on Fleetwood Macs Say You Will-album
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14 years ago
Larry
Not sure this will help....(as it's not a "classic rock track"), but to one track that comes to my mind is Man On The Run with Norwegian Westcoast-rocker (Pal) Thowsen off his Call Me Stranger-album from 1986....Brilliant up-tempo Westcoast-bordering-to-AOR.
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14 years ago
Larry
....and as a conclusion..the last GREAT record JRNY made was Trial By Fire. No, I LOVE Arrival, and think Pineda's new one is the best "pro-perry"....But what the f**k is this talking about Perry losing his voice? Absolutely, Perry did "lose" his voice...So did Gramm....so did Free...so did...ah..., you get my picture... Cheers, Larry
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14 years ago
Larry
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....and old...Not much to keep my opnion heard all over the place, but the new JRNY is....actually f***king great! New Leppard, whom I love, and √°ctually had a hard time dealing with the mr.com-incident....(I think you're a wonderful guy Andrew; but both sides fucked up....I Think...It was a no-win situation...call or write for further explanation)...is NOT...HECK...the first soundbites (of Lepp
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14 years ago
Larry
Absolutely. Don't get me wrong...I LOVE HS, but their latest couple of efforts have all sounded lame...in MY opinion...as if the're trying "too hard" recreating the past and, in MY opinion, failing relentlessly....as I said, I have nothing against the band in question, and they should get credit for trying, but the result is lame...at least in my ears. Another band is LEPPARD (did I j
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14 years ago
Larry
As I'm on a roll here so to speak....what's the fuss about HS? GREAT band....GREATS songwriters...GREAT people....but why don't I LOVE their albums? Just a thought Cheers, Larry
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14 years ago
Larry
Agreed to a certian extent. You're right when saying that it is "80's sounding generic pop west coast" etc, but still has a few great tracks on offer. On the other hand it offers a some really great tracks most AOR-borders-to-westcoast fans like.
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14 years ago
Larry
Roger wrote: > > Vendetta - self-titled (with Nikki Buzz) Epic/1982 > > Cellarful Of Noise - self-titled (with Marc Avsec from Donnie > Iris's band) CBS/1985 Cellarful Of Noise, absolutely....Great record. Any Donnie Iris-record /(or related) is... But what about Joe Bruce & The 2nd Avenue? GREAT album....very rare and certainly overlooked, or talked about. Overlooked mig
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14 years ago
Larry
rocknut wrote: > > Author: larry@aor.nu (---.customer.telia.com) > Date: 05-24-08 05:22 > > I do remember having a hard time "getting" Queensryche's Rage > for Order when it initially was released. It was so intense, > so intricate...(I bought it because of NM156 on The > Warning-album...(the best they'v
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14 years ago
Larry
Andrew wrote: > Bloody hell...you have been busier than I!! Good work Larry. > I'm calling it quits at 3! So did I, but soon you'll be there....see what happened to me, accidents will happen?!! :) (I love my kids btw...just in case...) Anyhow, keep up the good work Andrew Best regards and cheers. Larry
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