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Nevertheless, SHY fans will definitely love this album! However, for a first album, this Greek musician shows he is able to come up with some great old fashioned Melodic Rock. In total 12 tracks are included and I am quite convinced that this ONE SOUL THRUST might have a big break someday soon, because if you have such a great singer in your line-up, then you simply can not go wrong, especially when you are backed up by a strong guitarplayer and a tight rhythm section.
Any fan of female fronted rock must check this sensational band out at: www. Well, there it is guys, I hope you all enjoyed this latest edition of Mind Scans and hopefully some of you may have discovered a release or two that you may have missed otherwise. Sure I waste a lot of time listening to bad albums - I admit that - but it is all for a point in the end.
I have to listen to any CD a minimum of 4 times before I decide how much I like it, which are my favourite songs, etc. There are albums I've had and not liked after 2 listens, but come to really like after 4 or 5. Having said that, I can only afford to pick up a maximum of around 20 new releases in any given year, so I try to be really picky with what I buy and don't have as much as you do to listen to.
Yeah, I have to admit that through the years the length of time I need to decide if I like an album or not has changed dramatically. These days I can literally tell within the opening song if I'll like an album or not sometimes two songs are required.
I obviously can't tell how good it'll be or how much I'll like or dislike it of course, but I can definitely tell very quickly these days if it's worth a lot of my time or not. But yeah, because I do try to listen to every potentially good album I see, I do need some sort of registry to tell what I've listened to and what I thought of it It's just impossible.
But personally if I hear even samples that dont sound up to scratch I just bin that release from my mind and it will usually take someone on here ratning and raving about how good it is before I will revisit and give it another chance. Quite often I will skip through on Spotify but there's no way I will lay a rating on it just for the sake of it Such a great album which gets better with every spin - but if you only spun a few times maybe even just once or twice, that's such a shame.
Sometimes the 'desire' to hear every release leaves you missing out on enjoying the ones which deserve the time. Definitely mate. I know I waste way too much time listening to sub-par releases, and I'm actually trying to cut it back. Just call me a nosey bastard, I guess.
There are still plenty of releases I discard almost immediately, based on the first few songs. And for the record, I did hear the JSS disc quite a lot. Probably not as much as I should have, but I do spin the good ones, especially the ones I buy on CD, plenty of times.
Not rocket science but I like to get my top 20 dead right. I wish I could think of examples as I know there are a lot of albums I wasn't impressed with on first or second spin, but came to really like after 4 or 5 plays. What happens more often and I have alluded to previously is that I listen to a few songs online and they sound really good, I buy the CD and find it really average.
However, after a few spins of the CDs, they are nothing special at all. This is why I have to get seriously cautious about what I buy from now on. I just can't trust my first instincts. You can post now and register later.
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The band, while popular in Europe and Japan, had not reached the same level of success in the US before Turner joined. With his contributions largely considered more pop-oriented , the group was catapulted to a new level of American success. Several tracks from albums with Turner reached the Top 20 on rock radio charts in the early to mid's. Rainbow disbanded in He co-wrote most of the songs with keyboardist Al Greenwood Foreigner.
The first single, "Endlessly," received extensive airplay on radio and MTV. He appeared on the tracks "Hot Love" and "Gina".
The brief tour that followed the release of the album included a concert in Leningrad which was recorded and then released as Trial by Fire In , he left the band and then joined Deep Purple. Turner recorded one album, Slaves and Masters The album peaked at No. After his stints with Rising Force and Deep Purple , Turner spent the mids through , working on his solo career. It was during that time, Turner released an additional nine studio albums and two live albums, to go along with his offering, Rescue You.
Turner also fronted the band for a majority of their live performances in Bulgaria. In , the pair formed Hughes Turner Project. Subsequent albums were released under the name, Sunstorm. Turner was a guest performer in the Voices of Classic Rock shows.
He was also a member of the touring band Big Noize from Drummer, Simon Wright , replaced Appice temporarily due to other touring commitments. Turner also worked with Norwegian bassist and composer Jan Holberg. The two first joined forces on Holberg's album Sense of Time which saw Turner performing a more funk-orientated repertoire, showcasing his vocal versatility.
The collaboration also resulted in Turner's appearance in a documentary film Street of Dreams which follows Holberg from Norway as he gets his first real chance of a major breakthrough on tour with his childhood hero Joe Lynn Turner.
Any fan Album) female fronted rock must check this sensational band out at: www. Friday 17 April Saturday 27 June Saturday 2 May Thursday 30 April Awesome awesome awesome!!!! Songs that start with engines. Sunday 9 August I wonder how many charges he will face after his term is up?
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