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4 hours ago, Invisible_man said:

I never heard of  Robert Hart, nice track and good vocals, discogs says a few of his songs are written by Russ Ballard :)

Oh wow,really? then you need to check him out, in particular his 2 solo albums Robert Hart - Cries and Whispers [1989] and his ST from  [1992] and of course  Distance - Under The One Sky [1989] which every AOR fan should own,a must have.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Mr.AOR said:

Oh wow,really? then you need to check him out, in particular his 2 solo albums Robert Hart - Cries and Whispers [1989] and his ST from  [1992] and of course The Distance - Under The One Sky [1989] which every AOR fan should own,a must have.

 

Distance "Under the One Sky" does have some nice AOR tunes on it, but I prefer The Distance S/T from '97 with Chris Ousey and Kenny Kaos.

 

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On 4/30/2018 at 2:47 PM, Mr.AOR said:

 

Very nice.

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Was listening to a bit of RATT today. 

 

 

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classic AOR from Denmark, love the video too, especially when the guys are running across the street :)

Skagarack - Don't turn me upside down (1987)

 

 

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1000 posts and every one a gem. 😆

 

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Type O  Negative- their cover of Seals & Croft's Summer Breeze.

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Always loved this track.

 

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I think i've posted this one before, but it popped up today and still gives me goosebumps. Perfect AOR?

 

 

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I'm going to go with this one.
Opener off the album and I thought it was ok on first listen, since them has grown a lot on me

 

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Great track. Quite profound in hindsight. The significance of the lyrics was not apparent at the time. Who knew?

 

 

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