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  1. JORDAN, MARC - Blue Desert (LP mini sleeve, digitally remastered)

    JORDAN, MARC - Blue Desert (LP mini sleeve, digitally remastered)

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    All that and the whole is still greater than the sum of its parts. Overall an instant classic for west coast lovers into Steve Kipner's "Knock The Walls Down", Pages and Bill Champlin's "Runaway". Learn More
  2. JORDAN, MARC - Cow (JAP CD, digitally remastered)

    JORDAN, MARC - Cow (JAP CD, digitally remastered)

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    'Cow' is a fine album from the waning days of AOR's golden era. 'Big Love' and 'Edge Of The World' is classic Jordan and should send hi tech fans in a tizzy. 'Guns Of Belfast' has all the ingredients of big spacious pop made popular by bands like U2 and Simple Minds. Marc Jordan moved into jazzier territories in recent years and is still active in political causes. Learn More
  3. JORDAN, MARC - Talking Through Pictures (JAP CD,digitally remastered)

    JORDAN, MARC - Talking Through Pictures (JAP CD,digitally remastered)

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    By the 80's, Jordan had moved across to RCA. Here he would release two exceptional albums. 1983's 'Hole In The Wall' and this one, 87's Talking Through Pictures'. This is a high-class production job from Jordan, Kim Bullard and Paul DeVilliers, with no expense spared as to the ensemble cast. Imagine a mixture of Mike & The Mechanics, Ian Thomas, The Arrows and Mr. Mister and you'll get the picture. Learn More
  4. KING OF HEARTS - 1989

    KING OF HEARTS - 1989

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    The group KING OF HEARTS were born during Richard Marx's "Repeat Offender" recording sessions in 1988. In fact, this is a duo comprising the talents of Bruce Gaitsch and Tommy Funderburk, supported by a dream team: Kelly Keagy (Night Ranger) George Hawkins and Bill Champlin. This one, their debut, was recorded for a major US label in 1989 but got rejected, until it got released by a small Japanese label in 1999. Learn More
  5. LAVA - Alibi

    LAVA - Alibi

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    We didn’t had to wait another 14 years for a new album from the Norwegian super pro’s, just 2 years has gone by since their critically acclaimed comeback “Polarity”, which contained a superb mixture of west coast and AOR. Their new effort “Alibi” sees a slight change of direction, cause the AOR influences are nearly gone and has been replaced by a pure slick and smooth west coast sound Learn More
  6. LAVA - Polarity

    LAVA - Polarity

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    Nearly 14 years after their Norwegian #2 album “Rhythm Of Love” the legendary west coasters returned with a vengeance. Led by ace players Rolf Graf and Sven Dag Hauge (best known for his production with the classic Fate album “Matter Of Attitude”) “Polarity” will please every west coast AOR related fan with a range from the pure AOR of “Aquilo Blow” or “Fly Like An Arrow” (pure genius – like Stage Dolls on heat). Learn More
  7. LEE, LARRY - Marooned (Japan CD, special edition)

    LEE, LARRY - Marooned (Japan CD, special edition)

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    Toto's David Hungate on bass, , David Sanborn, drummer Mike Baird and no other than the likes of Bill Champlin, Tom Kelly, Richard Page (among others) contributing harmony vocals. As you possibly can imagine, "Marooned" is a breezy slice of classic US West Coast AOR with that lovely sound from the first half of the '80s. Digitally remastered. Learn More
  8. LOGGINS, KENNY - High Adventure (Japan CD, special edition)

    LOGGINS, KENNY - High Adventure (Japan CD, special edition)

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    1982's “High Adventure” is brimming with great pop rock tunes and spawned 3 top 40 hits including “Don’t Fight It” a duet featuring Journey vocalist Steve Perry with the added bonus of Neil Giraldo (Pat Benatar) on guitar, “Heart To Heart” and “Welcome To Heartlight.” (one of the ultimate pop songs of the 80s). "High Adventure" still stands as one of his finest solo releases ever. Learn More
  9. MAXUS - Maxus (JAP SHM CD, digitally remastered)

    MAXUS - Maxus (JAP SHM CD, digitally remastered)

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    Maxus was like the second coming of Toto, but alas, they only recorded this one album in 1981. Most of the musicians would go on from Maxus to studio fame. Believe it or not, but it is actually very hard to single out any tracks from this album – the high quality is so consistent from start to finish. A must have for very West Coast AOR lover into Airplay & cohorts ! Learn More
  10. MR. MISTER - Pull (JAP CD, digitally remastered)

    MR. MISTER - Pull (JAP CD, digitally remastered)

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    It is pure magic and I dare even to say that it is Mr. Mister's best album. The band took a step back to a more hi-tech sound towards the "Go On" disc (1987). It's easier to say that I more understand the collaboration Richard did with Pat Leonard a couple of years later after the "Pull"-album called Third Matinee. Pure magic from a phenomenal band ! Learn More

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