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  1. LAVA - The Rhythm Of Love (digitally remastered)

    LAVA - The Rhythm Of Love (digitally remastered)

    €9.50
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    LAVA became the touring band of Randy Crawford, so fans had to wait six long years until their next album "The Rhythm Of Love" (1990). During the years they had in a way become the “Scandinavian Toto” for their reputations as sought after A-list studio musicians and this album clearly shows why. Simply magnificent west coast AOR next to TOTO's "The Seventh One" meets the TIME GALLERY debut. Digitally remastered, strictly limited to 500 copies. Learn More
  2. MAGNESS, CLIF - Solo +2 (digitally remastered)

    MAGNESS, CLIF - Solo +2 (digitally remastered)

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    The inevitable comparison to Planet 3 is obvious, with the style and approach being a logical extension four years on. In fact, there's not much difference, so for fans of Planet 3 there's only one rule .. get this album regardless. Learn More
  3. 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
  4. O'BANION, JOHN - John O'Banion (Japan SHM CD, digitally remastered)

    O'BANION, JOHN - John O'Banion (Japan SHM CD, digitally remastered)

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    Overall this is fantastic stuff from 1981, no doubt helped by the duo of Richie Zito and Joey Carbone, plus top notch session guys like Dennis Belfield, Bobby Kimball or Lenny Castro. Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More
  5. PAGES - Future Street (Japan CD, special edition)

    PAGES - Future Street (Japan CD, special edition)

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    The set's a great counterpart to albums by folks like Bobby Caldwell or Gino Vannelli – and titles include "I Do Believe In You", "Future Street", "Who's Right Who's Wrong", "Keep On Movin", "Two People", and "The Sailor's Song". Digitally remastered. Learn More
  6. PLAYER - Spies Of Life (Japan CD, special edition)

    PLAYER - Spies Of Life (Japan CD, special edition)

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    Peter Beckett continued with a revised line-up and Player recorded what many consider their finest record - 'Spies Of Life'. A great album for anyone into the likes of Toto, Ambrosia, David Roberts and classy Wescoast in general. Digitally remastered. Learn More
  7. POCO - Legacy (JAP CD, digitally remastered)

    POCO - Legacy (JAP CD, digitally remastered)

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    After years on the circuit, playing a country tinged West Coast type sound, Poco attempt to poke their nose into the melodic rock camp, and guess what? They do real well. This album 'Legacy' (1989) has a few things in it's favour, namely the production camp of David Cole and Richard Marx and some of the friends who helped out, like Lee Sklar, Gary Mallaber, Jeff Porcaro (RIP), C.J Vanston, Joe Chemay and Richard Marx himself. Learn More
  8. ROBERTS, DAVID - The Missing Years +2

    ROBERTS, DAVID - The Missing Years +2

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    I guess these songs were recorded between the late 80’s and the mid-90’s or so. Sure, since these are demos you’ll hear a few performances that could have been done better – but believe me, these moments are not many. All the positive sides about this album easily over-weigh this. Learn More
  9. ROLIE, GREGG - Gregg Rolie (JAP CD, digitally remastered)

    ROLIE, GREGG - Gregg Rolie (JAP CD, digitally remastered)

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    If you like it the way VAN STEPHENSON or STEVE PERRY did, then you will also dig the solo debut of Gregg Rolie. “Young Love” is a fantastic opener, “Close My Eyes” a great midpaced songt, written by Paul Janz and “I Wanna Go Back” a great version of the well known Eddie Money song. A true AOR classic and utterly essential for for every serious AOR lover. Learn More
  10. STRAIGHT LINES - Run For Cover (JAP CD, digitally remastered)

    STRAIGHT LINES - Run For Cover (JAP CD, digitally remastered)

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    Straight Lines were never over-heavy and the title track is a firm indication of where they were at musically. Nice melodic riffs and vital harmonies with smooth vocals from Sinclair. Great period AOR in the vein of PLAYER's "Spies Of Life". Just a pity that the band split after a lack of interest from overseas buyers. Bob Buckley and David Sinclair went on to form Body Electric with ex Ironhorse/Union man Frank Ludwig. Learn More

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