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Artist: Jeff Healey Band
Album: Get Me Some
Released: 2000
Source: Eagle Rock/Eagle
Genre: Blues
Format: eac-ape.covers

In case you didn't know, Jeff Healey's fame came with his 1988 hit single 'Angel Eyes', and you might have seen him performing AND acting one of Patrick Swayze's forgettable movies, Road House. While "Angel Eyes" was a terrific song, it only scratches the surface of Healey's extortionary talents.

Get Me Some came after a 5-year hiatus in which the band lost it's contract with it's record company, so this album was released under his own Canadian label, Forte Records. It received little prom ... Read more »

Category: Classic rock | Views: 596 | Added: Rat | Data: 20.02.2010 | Comments (0)

Artist: Loverboy
Album: Lovin' Every Minute of It
Released: 1985
Source: Columbia
Genre: hard rock/aor
Format: eac.ape.226mb


Lacking Paul Dean's amicable guitar chug or Mike Reno's excitable vocal pounce, 1985's Lovin' Every Minute of It fails to sport anything as catchy as "Working for the Weekend" or as rock steady as "The Kid Is Hot Tonite," and because of this, the album comes off as one of the band's poorest releases. Although the title track cracked the Top Ten, its lethargic, see-saw pace fell short of what the band had put into past hits. Even in ballad form, Loverboy sounds uni ... Read more »
Category: Classic rock | Views: 600 | Added: Rat | Data: 20.02.2010 | Comments (0)

Category: AOR
Artist: Billy Squier
Album: Signs Of Life
Year: 1984
Label: Capitol Records
Quality: eac-ape
Reliser: unknown


Squier adds a little bit of keyboard color to his otherwise guitar-driven repertoire on 1984's Signs of Life, his fourth album that comes on the heels of his solid Emotions In Motion release two years prior. His highest charting single, "Rock Me Tonite," is a pulsating array of Squier's pent up energy amidst the cliched candor of bright synth and electric guitar. Although it's well worth its number 15 chart setting thanks to its explosive chorus, the remaining offerings from the artist quickl ... Read more »
Category: Classic rock | Views: 608 | Added: Rat | Data: 20.02.2010 | Comments (0)

Artist: Billy Joel
Album: The Stranger
Released: 1977
Source: CBS Records
Genre: soft.rock
Format: eac/ape.208mb


Billy Joel teamed with Phil Ramone, a famed engineer who had just scored his first producing hits with Art Garfunkel's Breakaway and Paul Simon's Still Crazy After All These Years for The Stranger, his follow-up to Turnstiles. Joel still favored big, sweeping melodies, but Ramone convinced him to streamline his arrangements and clean up the production. The results aren't necessarily revelatory, since he covered so much ground on Turnstiles, but the commercialism of The Stranger is a bit of ... Read more »
Category: Classic rock | Views: 575 | Added: Rat | Data: 20.02.2010 | Comments (0)

Artist: Loverboy
Album: Temperature's Rising
Released: 1994
Source: Sony Special Products
Genre: Hard Rock
Format: eac.ape.300mb


This Loverboy compilation includes a few moderate hits (but not the best-known "Lovin' Every Minute of It" or "Hot Girls in Love"), along with album tracks from the early '80s. It's good for fans wishing to pick up rarely anthologized tracks, but there are several better Loverboy retrospectives available.

Track List:
1 When It's Over Dean, Reno 5:08
2 Too Much Too Soon Dean, Sigerson, Wr ... Read more »
Category: Classic rock | Views: 558 | Added: Rat | Data: 20.02.2010 | Comments (0)

Artist: Van Morrison
Album: Keep It Smile
Released: 2008
Source: Exile
Genre: Blues
Format: eac/ape.298mb


Keep It Simple is a mantra for Van Morrison, as he stripped his music down to the bare basics years ago and then comfortably rode that groove, comprised in equal parts of blues, soul, jazz, and country. Van has been riding this groove so long that it's hard to pinpoint exactly when he settled into it, but looking back, things started to shift in the mid-'90s, as understated R&B rhythms took precedence and he started to punctuate them with country songs (or in the case of Pay the Devil, an entire LP of country tu ... Read more »
Category: Classic rock | Views: 549 | Added: Rat | Data: 20.02.2010 | Comments (0)

Artist: Dire Straits
Album: Sultans of Swing: The Very Best of Dire Straits
Released: 1998
Source: Vertigo
Genre: Album Rock
Format: eac/ape.470mb


Exactly ten years after Dire Straits' first compilation, Money for Nothing, appeared in the stores, their second, Sultans of Swing: The Very Best of Dire Straits, was released. Though a decade is a significant span of time, Dire Straits had released just two subsequent albums — 1991's On Every Street and 1993's On the Night, a live album culled from tapes of the record's supporting tour. Not quite enough material for a new greatest-hits album, but it ... Read more »
Category: Classic rock | Views: 562 | Added: Rat | Data: 19.02.2010 | Comments (0)

Artist: Alex Harvey Band
Album:The Impossible Dream
Original Date: 1974
Size: 271mb
Number of Discs: 1
Format: eac-ape
Label: Polygram Int'l


Wow! Explaination may be needed. I am a child (wannabe musian) of the 80's (born circa 68). I have always loved hard, integral, but grooving rock. Needless to say we didn't see enough solid old school hard rock bands during my high school years. We had to step back and wonder. During one of my attempts to scratch the soil of the almost forgotten early 70's UK rock bands, I came across Alex Harvey and his Sensational Band...Now for my comments.
Whe ... Read more »
Category: Classic rock | Views: 623 | Added: Rat | Data: 19.02.2010 | Comments (0)

Released: 2008
Style: rock/power pop/rock

It seems that any veteran recording artist eventually winds up recording their own holiday album, so it makes perfect sense that Rick Springfield finally got around to releasing his own in 2007 with Christmas with You. Apart from the original title song, Springfield relies on standards here, with traditional carols far outweighing relatively recent secular holiday tunes; in fact, only "I'll Be Home for Christmas" can qualify in the latter category. Springfield not only sticks to the classics, he gives many of these spare, baroque acoustic treatments that empha ... Read more »
Category: Classic rock | Views: 561 | Added: Rat | Data: 19.02.2010 | Comments (0)

Label: Mercury
Catalog#: 818 633-2
Format: CD, Album,
Country: USA
Released: Audio CD October 25, 1990

There aren't too many CDs you can listen to all the way through without a bad patch. For me, this is one of those golden records. Cale is awesome, and I recommend it to anyone. From easy listeners to rock and rollers to country kickers, all will enjoy this one.

01. Cocaine [0:02:52.32]
02. Don't Wait [0:03:09.30]
03. Magniola [0:03:24.50]
04. Devil In Disguise [0:02:03.50]
05. Sensitive Kind [0:03:38.63]
06. Carry On [0:02:20.62]
07. After Midnight [0: ... Read more »

Category: Classic rock | Views: 539 | Added: Rat | Data: 19.02.2010 | Comments (0)

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