Hello amazing John Kilzer fans. In this uncertain time let's do something positive. This is something fun to do while socially distancing-- Make a music video! If you're interested, head to the link below for all the details. Check it out. Attention John Kilzer fans! John Kilzer 's album release show at Crosstown Arts January 19, All of us at the Levitt Shell were saddened to hear of John Kilzer 's passing. He played our stage in the fall of and it was one of our favorites.
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If Sidewalks Talked When Fools Say Love Dirty Dishes There are so many pieces of music throughout time and genre that I like. Somewhere along the line, it lost its soul or something. I did post on that one a while back. I have the range. Then, the dislocations started.
Mostly my left knee but, a few times, my right. That went on for 3 yrs. I had to be very careful about what I did. Arthroscopic was new then. I went to Greensboro. A decade later, same Doc, same knee. He said the inside looked like shredded crab meat. Mild form of a birth defect? My right knee stopped dislocating on its own…no surgery. You can see where the cap is higher than the left one. No sports for me! Bad knees beget a bad back which begets bad hips. That early geez.
I pulled a floor jack from a pallet when I was 18 and out went my back…ever since then…if I sleep wrong or walk off a curb wrong…I walk around like Groucho Marx. Is it because you grew too fast? That sounds like a herniation. Ever had an MRI? The man needs no introduction. This is his first, also known as 'Comeback Album', a wonderful EP. You can be sure of one thing before listening any Champlin album: Perfect Production.
He's a studio wizard, and this time with the help of maestro Joey Carbone has rounded one of the best produced AOR recording ever. The sound is incredibly pristine. Impeccable musicianship as usual and very good songs, being my favorite "The City".
Very rare Japan-only release. High Class Music. Lovers Tonight 2. No Wasted Moments 3. Sticky Situation 4. Before You Go 5. Published by Camelblue on Wednesday, December 05, 2 Comments. At the end of the eighties the band played every Sunset Blvd venue while their fan base grewn considerably, but the musical climate was changing and labels said 'no' to sign new bands of the genre. So Paradise contacted a small German label and they agreed to record and release the band's debut. Renowned producer Jay Baumgardner Ugly Kid Joe was hired and they spent almost a year to give the recording the final touches.
There was too late in for "Do Or Die" in the US, but the band moved to Europe and presented the album live on many gigs, even being the opening act for the first leg of the Bon Jovi and Extreme tours that year.
Paradise was still in a position to make some waves in the old continent but due unspecified internal troubles they decided to part ways. Paradise's style is like a crunchier version of Danger Danger, some Warrant, XYZ, etc, with catchy melodies and flashy guitar work. The long year spent to record the album paid its dividends, at least sonically. Only released in Germany and never reissued, "Do Or Die" is quite unknown to fans of the genre, specially Americans.
And it's a very good one, believe me. Published by Camelblue on Monday, December 03, 3 Comments. Since the late seventies she has sung on US national jingles, TV shows and movie soundtracks, wrote songs for publishing companies, arranged and recorded for many major artists like Michael McDonald or Christopher Cross, and also pursued a solo career.
Producer Philip Giffin not only fell in love with Karen's gifted voice, he became her husband as well.
Giffin got a label contract, the cream of the L. This is that kind of albums with pristine production and refined arrangements that only could have been crafted during the '80s. Both were LP-vinyl releases only. My file is taken from the very rare, first ever CD Japanese editon year by the specialized Cool Sound label. Published by Camelblue on Wednesday, November 28, 3 Comments. Now this is a real treat.
Roxanne plays partying American melodic hard rock music at it's finest with cleverly well written songs and excellent musicianship. The difference with other bands in the genre is their sense of fun, adding to their hard rockin' tunes some kind of 'go to the dancefloor' vibe that makes you tap your foot. They played extensively the local club circuit, and in one gig a Scotti Bros executive saw their potential and quickly signed them.
The debut was finely produced by Geoff Workman Journey, Foreigner in but the album was not released immediately. The first 2 tracks are from a different, early recording session and are exclusive to this Asian edition which has become very rare.
The CD back cover presents several print errors such as first track name "Nothing To Loose" instead of "Lose" or stating the release year as EPs and CD-singles from John Kilzer are also welcome to be added, as long as they are at least 4 songs in length. See all All rights reserved.Sep 13, · This album was never released in Brazil, but a local radio station had it as an import in the late 70's. My brother used to work there and he taped "Pale Fire" for me. I love that song. I remember mentioning this album in one of those "wish list" threads on this forum.