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Category: CCM Hard Rock
Catalog Number: CD09071
Lary Melby lead vocals, guitars, bass, backing vocals, keyboards|
Tim Melby guitars, backing vocals, keyboards
Kelly Burns bass
Several guests including Jeff Porcaro and Dave Koz.
|1. ||When the Kingdom Comes Down ||4:25|
|2. ||You Are His Main Concern ||3:48|
|3. ||Go And Sin No More ||3:31|
|4. ||Man With a Mission ||4:55|
|5. ||The Way, The Truth, and Life ||4:20|
|6. ||Kick it Down ||3:19|
|7. ||The Light is On ||4:10|
|8. ||He Lives ||4:15|
|9. ||Give Me One Day at a Time ||3:25|
|10. ||You've Got My Heart in Your Hands ||3:26|
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|Total Running Time:|| 39:34|
Existing comments about this CD
|From: Harry Ebbeson (IP unknown)
||Date: May 7, 2003 at 18:21|
|I really like this album too. They seem to have fallen in the AOR category though 1/3 of the disc is soft music. This is not a bad thing. The last track is fantastic and shows how versatile these guys are. If you look at the liner notes, you will also see a who's who list of musicians. That is neat too. They do remind me of a little more guitar oriented White Heart, and that is good. White Heart (to me anyway) wrote the book on studio musicians on their albums. I like their music.
|From: Stuart (---.lan.jcnth.naxs.com)
||Date: October 28, 2004 at 13:31|
|This CD is definitely in the AOR category. It has the classic catchy tunes, great musicianship & the big chorus to sing along with. Some of the highlights are: You Are His Main Concern, Kick It Down, Give Me One Day At A Time & When the Kingdom Comes Down. The only reason I don't rate it higher is because the saxaphone gets played more than the guitar in a few songs. This is more in the vein of Richard Marx - Self Titled & Repeat Offender. A must listen if you have not heard it.
|From: Simon (---.atm2-0-51217.0x50c4e44a.hknxx1.customer.tele.dk)
||Date: January 12, 2005 at 16:51|
|I've only first this album today and I was totally blown away by the opening song, "When The Kingdom Comes Down" - what an awesome track with big 80's AOR sound and a very melodic and recognizable chorus with great backing vocals. The whole album is great and features great musicians such as Jeff Porcaro and Mike Landau. Definitely a must for everybody who loves AOR/Westcoast music in the style of TOTO, Richard Marx, Mr. Mister and Chicago!
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