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Listened to this yesterday and loved it, but with people like Steve Newman,Michael Palace,Soren Kronquist,Stephen Chesney, and moe involved what's not to like.


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Good stuff.

Released by AorBlvdRecords as Forget-Me-Not feat. Jane Gould.

Jane Gould (Iconic Eye) - vocals 
Stephen Chesney - guitar
Steve Newman - bass, keys, guitars - See also: ex-Acacia Avenue, ex-Newman
Rob McEwen - drums

+ Steve Newman, Dave Bartlett - backing vocals


01. Fire in Wonderland
02. Darkness into Dawn
03. Dangerous
04. For Both of Us
05. Moving Mountains with My Mind
06. Shoot for the Heart
07. Maybe I Believe
08. I Pretend
09. Time to Let Go
10. Forget Me Not
11. Every Time I See Your Picture I Cry
12. Don't Be Afraid of Your Dreams














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With Steve Newman at the helm, you know this is going to be well produced and solid throughout, which it is

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