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Think Out Loud
Think Out Loud
Price: £17.39

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5.0 out of 5 stars Tracks, 6 Feb. 2010
This review is from: Think Out Loud (Audio CD)
1. In a Perfect World
2. Stranger Things Have Happened
3. Original Sin (Jumpin' In)
4. Deep End
5. Raise You Up
6. After All This Time
7. Faithful Love
8. Body and Soul (Lost in the Rhythm)
9. In No Uncertain Terms
10. Talk to Yourself


All Dressed Up
All Dressed Up
Offered by samurai media
Price: £40.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars All Dressed Pop, 28 Mar. 2008
This review is from: All Dressed Up (Audio CD)
David Roberts have made an excellent record and with the pioneers of west coast music like the crew of Toto (Lukather, Jeff Porcaro, Mike Porcaro), Jay Graydon, Bill Champlin and David Foster. He has a musician crew so complete that it is hard to see any mistakes. Roberts comes through with a great voice and even greater songwriting with highlights as Anywhere You Run To, Boys of Autumn and Too Good To Last it is an essential album for west coast/AOR music lovers. The album was made in 1982, which is to hear on the sound - especially when you know the co-musicians and take a look on the year of production. Toto's "IV" also came out in 1982 as a grand record of the genre and David Roberts ought to enjoy the work.

The record itself starts out with the track "All in the name of love", which is kind of up beat and therefore a great introduction. He scales it down a bit on the second track "Too Good To Last", which is about love and a relationship which goes too fast. And so on and so forth.. It is a very good album of it's time and it can only grow. It has been a legendary and beloved album to the fans of west coast music ever since 1982 and it will always be one of my favorite albums.
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Falling Into Infinity
Falling Into Infinity
Price: £5.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What's wrong with you?, 9 Feb. 2008
This review is from: Falling Into Infinity (Audio CD)
This is a great album! How can anyone say that it is so bad? Said shortly: Hollow Years is one of many good reasons to buy this album. It is probably the best song I've ever heard. So beautiful, so many harmonies, so great instrumental performance. It is just improved on the "live at Budokan" with Petrucci's solo. I cried when I heard it live in Copenhagen some years ago.

All the other tracks are great too, especially Anna Lee, Take Away My Pain, Just Let Me Breathe and so forth.. But if you want just ONE good reason to buy it - Hollow Years would be my answer.


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