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Richard Epps Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Really good album,but for me Crossroads (and > Extra) Moment with the Maestro beats it.However I > really understand the love for Never Too Late and > Toby Hitchcock's debut it was a golden period for > sure. Gotta agree with you there, Richard! Crossroads Moment is the closest thing we’ll ev
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2 days ago
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I’m a Jim Steinman fan, so this is par the course for me!
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6 days ago
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This sounds great! Quick question Andrew - is the Peterik / Roberts version of Blue Highway the same recording that was on Kane’s Unsung Radio release? (Great song btw!)
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7 days ago
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The Greatest Wonder is a really good album. Some credit must go to the Martin Bros songwriting here. Were they involved in the follow up and/or the new one?
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10 days ago
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I think the songs destined for the follow up ended on Dave Kerzner and Simon Collins’ solo albums instead.
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10 days ago
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I like it! Reminds me a little of One Desire’s Shadowman (which itself had strong Separate Ways influences).
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19 days ago
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Larry King (Soleil Moon) Kyle Gordon (session vocalist) Jeff Adams (Under Suspicion, Jimi Jamison’s Survivor, Starship)
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19 days ago
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Are the choruses as melodic as Legend of the Shires? That was a great album but I’m a little reticent about investing in the new one when the press release describes it as darker.
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4 weeks ago
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Great to see James Martin on keys here. Crossfire is my favourite Issa album so it’d be great to see Tom and James doing most of the songwriting again.
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4 weeks ago
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I’ve always been fond of the extended solo in the mid 80s Japan live version of Survivor’s I See You in Everyone.
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4 weeks ago
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Another Peterik Scherer or Scherer Batten album would be marvellous too! I actually sent Marc a few suggestions for other Peterik deep cuts to consider covering a while back, so who knows?
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5 weeks ago
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What’s the timeline on this? If Walden and Mendoza were still in the band then I’m assuming this is before they diagnosed the issue with Arnel’s in-ear mix and brought in the new live sound guy (after which his vocals improved immensely). Plus Jensen brought new energy, I felt, as well as sticking closer to the established bass parts. Band look as though they’re enjoying the performance t
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Special mention to Jamison / Peterik - Extra Moments. It would have been a tragedy for these songs to have gone unheard. ( + Hearts are Gonna Roll!)
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I bought the following albums in pairs: Stan Bush - Dial 818… Lion - Trouble in Angel City (I’d just got the Transformers OST which was my intro to these two artists, so I was very pleased to find CDs from both on the same market stall!) Heartland - s/t Strangeways - Native Sons Both on cassette from the same shop, possibly with Toto - The Seventh One at the same time?
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8 weeks ago
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I highly recommend Lonely Robot (John Mitchell’s) new one - A Model Life. By far my favourite of the Lonely Robot albums. Simultaneously highly personal and epic, very accessible choruses and plenty of 80s influences that would appeal to fans of AOR. Also of special note are the guitar solos - some of John’s best (and most tasteful!) Check out Duty of Care - dark, quirky verses followed b
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8 weeks ago
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Ross S. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "Remember the Heroes" - underrated. You can hear the Jonathan Cain contribution! Great song.
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2 months ago
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I agree! Cracking album with some real lyrical depth to it along with the supremely catchy melodies. I don’t think the sequencing is ideal, and the vocals (and poppier moments) may be an acquired taste for some on this board, but I’m loving it! Thanks for the comments.
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2 months ago
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Any love for the new The Midnight album? Much more AOR in the mix this time around including nods to Van Halen, Def Leppard, Dakota and even David Coverdale’s The Last Note of Freedom. Couple of tracks aren’t quite as strong as the others but there are some corkers amongst the 13 tracks. Heartbeat Change Your Heart Or Die A Place Of Her Own
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2 months ago
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David Cassidy - s/t
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Mox1970 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I just stumbled upon this: > > Survivor - Don't Let Me Down Easy > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcBYnkXCMuE > > So if this song was not included on the album > (criminal!), was it ever released? or recorded by > anyone else? Such a great song! Better than some of the tracks that ma
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3 months ago
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Stroke of Midnight: https://youtu.be/47Dhnh3KgOY
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3 months ago
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Jamo, hands down. No one can touch him.
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3 months ago
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Jimi Jamison tribute (and he co-wrote the music according to the description ?)
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3 months ago
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Great stuff! I loved Fuse and looking forward to a follow up.
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3 months ago
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Just wanted to say that the first 101 South album was great! Never picked up Gregory Lynn Hall’s solo album - any good?
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3 months ago
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Never really got into Noiseworks (I think I’ve only got Touch) but one thing’s for sure - those backing vocals are going to be stellar with Irwin on board! What a vocalist (and all round awesome guy, if interviews are anything to go by). I know he did some Southern Sons shows a couple of years ago, but without Phil Buckle - what’s the story there? Did they fall out?
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3 months ago
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And Irwin Thomas/Jack Jones on guitar? (Not mentioned in the description)
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4 months ago
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I was really hoping that after the positivity around the Songwriters Hall of Fame induction, and Lou appearing with the original lineup, that he and Mick would be able to put some of those ghosts to rest. It sounded like they had done some of that back in 1992. I appreciate it can’t be easy for Lou though. I wonder how Mick feels about things?
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4 months ago
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From the tone of these interviews I’m guessing that we’re unlikely to see the release of the unreleased tracks that were mentioned a few years ago.
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