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5.0 out of 5 stars The legend returns with his 6th solo album, 8 Sep 2010
This review is from: All's Well That Ends Well (Audio CD)
Steve's sixth solo album has a heavier edge to it than many of his previous albums, reminiscent of his 1989 debut solo album "Lukather" in places but with a more updated sound and guitar tones that have guitarists like me drooling. It still has the jazzy pop tracks too that are very Steely Dan sounding with great vocals from Steve but my favourite tracks are the Hendrixy blues rock tracks like "Flash In The Pan" which is amazing, "You'll Remember" and the final two tracks on the album "Brodie's" and "Tumescent". All of those tracks make me want to immediately pick up my guitar, Steve is inspirational.
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Initial post: 10 Sep 2010 16:59:56 BDT
Isn't it a bit to soon to review this album when it is not released for another month?

In reply to an earlier post on 10 Sep 2010 23:30:29 BDT
Well I thought some people would like to know before they pre-order and Steve sent me a copy to review.

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Sep 2010 15:35:34 BDT
If that is true, for transparency it would be better to write that in your review. Otherwise it gives the impression that you either are listening to an illegal copy or just making it up.
I don't hold a grudge, and your review is certainly very positive, but im just trying to put your review into a more clear context.
I have pre-ordered it as the sound clips sounds promising and I loved the previous album. Lookking very much forward to receiving it.

In reply to an earlier post on 20 Sep 2010 01:51:17 BDT
Yes it is true, I run guitarnoize.com and I was sent a promo copy. I actually didn't realise the release date was so far away when I posted this review.
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