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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.

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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. The album is a mix of pure smooth and laid back westcoast with some more guitar driven pure rock. Tracks like “Working Man”, “Don't Call My Name”, “Lovin' Arms” and “Smack Dab” are some of the best examples of pure American FM rock you could find on this planet. Tracklist: 1.Working Man 4:45 2.In So Many Words 4:21 3.Don’t Call My Name 4:59 4.Smack Dab (In The Middle Of Love) 4:14 5.Remember When 4:58 6.Hold On To Love 4:40 7.Under The Gun 4:16 8.Lovin’ Arms 4:46 9.Was It Good For You 3:52 10.Everyday 4:22 11.King Of Hearts 6:01

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