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Category: Lite AOR
Label: EMI Music Canada
Catalog Number: 29339
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Freddy Curci Vocals|
Steve Demarchi Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Vocals
Abraham Laboriel Bass
Rick Neigher Bass, Vocals
Marco Mendozza 6-String Fretless Bass
Jim Lang Keyboards
Robert O'Hearn Keyboards
Dennis Demarchi Piano, Hammond Organ, Keyboards, Bass
Kevin Savigar Hammond Organ, Accordian, Acoustic Piano, Electric Piano
Brooke Lizotte Acoustic Piano
C.J. Vanston Keyboards, Drum Programming
Ross Stewart Guitar
Mike Baird Drums,
arry Aberman Drums, Percussion
Carlos Vega Drums, Percussion
Debra Dobkin Percussion
Eric Troyer Backing Vocals
Randy Nicklaus Backing Vocals
Lewis Kovac Backing Vocals
Tommy Manzi Backing Vocals
|1. ||Brown Eyed Girl ||3:59|| ||Cover: Van Morrison|
|2. ||Dreamer's Road ||4:29|
|3. ||Give Me A Reason To Stay ||4:35|
|4. ||Just To Be Close ||4:34|
|5. ||Perfect World ||4:33|
|6. ||I Don't Want To Live Without You ||4:08|
|7. ||All I Want Is You ||5:02|
|8. ||Real Love ||4:52|
|9. ||Into The Fire ||4:36|
|10. ||Diamonds ||4:14|
|11. ||Life Goes On ||4:54|
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|Total Running Time:|| 49:56|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: AOR freaky
||Date: July 17, 2004 at 14:54|
|Disappointing stuff from mr. Curci ! This is way to laidback to grab and hold your attention for a while. No, the man can better, he proved it !
||Date: July 17, 2004 at 15:28|
|I agree. Freddy Curci can do much better than this. It is way too laid back and seems like he is just going through the motions. He has shown what talent he has and let's hope he can release something better.
|From: TIM (2)
||Date: July 19, 2004 at 5:08|
|Agree with the other comments here, very laid-back and pretty weak material. Only the track "Perfect World" offers up anything close to the Alias stuff, the rest is (despite the usual vocal excellence) pretty average. 5/10.
||Date: July 27, 2004 at 10:59|
|Alias really missed a great chance. Their debut went 4 singles deep & had huge success. Why did they pull a Nelson & not release a followup in the next couple years? In the case of Alias, the closest thing to a follow-up was this CD: "Dreamer's Road". This is Alias lite. "Brown Eyed Girl" was a bad choice for leadoff track & 1st single (Alanis Morissette sings on it BTW). Some mid-album highlights, a good title track and the previously released "Into the Fire" & "Perfect World" salvage this one.
||Date: November 15, 2004 at 20:49|
|According to melodicrock.com: "Freddy Curci has finally completed the recording of the Zion debut album. Some of the songs that will appear on the album are Crash The Mirror (Devil's Doing Me), No Surprise, Coming Home, Who Do You Think You Are, Sky Is Falling and Avalon." They also have a 1:30 soundbyte of a song called "Dangerous". It's raw and unmixed but sounds pretty good.
|From: peter poland
||Date: December 5, 2004 at 5:35|
|What a graet voice... It's not Alias, but not a bad album though. Tracks like ''Perfect world'' or recorded but GREGG TRIPP ''I Don't Want To Live Without You '' for the KUFFS movie before, show how good Cruci is.''Diamonds'' is a nice ballad.
||Date: March 8, 2005 at 19:44|
|Unfortunately this is almost as weak as everyone above says. Obviously the debut Alias is much better and the unreleased 2nd CD is also much better than this, and also features two of this album's best tracks - 'All I want is you' and 'Diamonds'. Both are done much better by Alias, espeically 'Diamonds', but both are nice ballads. 'Dreamers road' and 'Perfect world' are good too. But as everyone above says, way too laid back overall.
|From: juan carlos
||Date: April 25, 2007 at 20:40|
|No es Alias ni es AOR pero es un disco bien tranquilo donde se puede disfrutar y mucho, está la voz de Freddy Curci y con una excelente producción y eso dice mucho, lástima que a muchos no le agrade, quizas se esperaban algo como el famoso disco-debut de Alias. "Dreamer´s Road", "Perfect World" (escrita por Glen Burtnick, su versión original en el "Talking in Code" es muy buena como ésta de Curci), "I Don´t Want..", "All I Want Is You", "Real Love" y "Into the Fire" las mejores. 8.5/10
||Date: September 6, 2007 at 0:05|
|A few of these songs were set to be released on the second Alias album. Those tracks being Diamonds, All I Want Is You, and Life Goes On. Alias II - now that should have been released!!
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