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From FB/Peter Friestedt:

Playin on 3 tracks of the New Tom Hansen album ”Matters of The Heart” - On the title track I do a kind of a Graydon style solo - Lots of fun to do ”My Lady” where Nathan East sings lead vocal and plays along with JR Robinson and myself!!! I also play the solo on ”Time to move on”. I have finished up Guitars for a New track of the band Page 99 - great track and Iots of Guitars - Bill Champlin also sings on the album and itll be released in the summer!!!

 

 

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The debut was fabulous. Can't wait for this

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Coming June 24, 2022

Featuring (in no particular order) Bill Champlin, Tamara Champlin, Carlos Severiche, Andrea Di Puccio, Colton Weatherston, Duane Allen Harlick, Paul Pesco, Russ Fitzpatrick, and Peter Friestedt.

 

 

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Hmm...

Not overly excited about that. 

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On 6/5/2022 at 5:13 PM, KarpetRydOFunk said:

Hmm...

Not overly excited about that. 

I am ;)

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8 minutes ago, Jez said:

I am ;)

I generally trust your ears, especially when it comes to Westcoast, and I did listen to this song through my phone speakers, so maybe I should give it another try on my proper system. That said, I still think it was a fairly basic chorus and song structure, altogether. Bill sounded like he was staining a bit, too. 

I also thought this was a proper, full band. Must have got the wrong idea, but I was a little confused as to why Bill sang the entire track. 

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18 minutes ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

I generally trust your ears, especially when it comes to Westcoast, and I did listen to this song through my phone speakers, so maybe I should give it another try on my proper system. That said, I still think it was a fairly basic chorus and song structure, altogether. Bill sounded like he was staining a bit, too. 

I also thought this was a proper, full band. Must have got the wrong idea, but I was a little confused as to why Bill sang the entire track. 

I agree, Old Billy boy has sounded a bit ropey to my ears for quite a while and tbh has never been my favourite vocalist anyway and this song doesn't change my mind. This sounds pretty much like a continuation from the fab debut, although not as strong as the best tracks on that one. Really looking forward to the full album though as I am sure you are.

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New album out now.

Listen to the rest of the album here.

Page 99 :
* John H. Nixon (Drums, Rhodes, Piano, Synths, Synth Solo on 7, Guitar, Lead & Background Vocals)
* Russ Fitzpatrick (Lead & Background Vocals, Vocal Arrangements)
* Duane Harlick (Lead & Background Vocals, Guitars, Guitar Solo on 9)

Additional Musicians :
* Bill Salisbury (Bass)
* Colton Weatherston (Guitars, Guitar Solo on 6, 11)
* Andrea Di Puccio (Guitars, Guitar Solo on 2, 10)
* Carlos Severiche (Guitars, Guitar Solo on 3)
* Chip Kipps (Acoustic Guitar)
* Chase Baird (Tenor Sax, Tenor Sax Solo on 1, 4, 5)

Special Guests :
* Bill Champlin (Lead & Background Vocals on 1, 12)
* Tamara Champlin (Background Vocals on 2, 12)
* Peter Friestedt (Lead, Rhythm Guitar & Guitar Solo on 8)
* Paul Pesco (Rhythm Guitar on 1)

Tracks:

1. For Imagination's Sake 02:51 

2. The Only Thing That Matters 04:28

3. Lifeline 04:07

4. Indian Summer 03:55

5. Inside Voice 04:39

6. Dance With Me 04:05

7. Tickin' Away 03:45

8. Can't Stop 04:37

9. Never Recover 04:10

10. Sara (Restless Heart) 04:32

11. You Owe It All To Love 03:32

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Stefan said:

Bill Champlin (Lead & Background Vocals on 1, 12)

Track 12 not even listed. ;}

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I'm excited to give this a quick listen after work. Extra long weekend for me, too!

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16 minutes ago, Stefan said:

That is the Japanese bonus track:

12. For Imagination's Sake (Mr. Radio Pure 80s Mix)

I assumed as much. That mix sounds interesting. I might have to track down a Japanese pressing. 

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Very nice album. Not as good as the first, but still good. Perfect for Summer. 

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The entire album is solid, but “The Only Thing That Matters” is Yacht Rock perfection! One of my favorite songs of 2022 so far. 😎

*Yes, this was already posted above, but I’m re-posting to highlight how f’n good it is 😜

 

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