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Michael White and The White

Michael White and The White

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1987/2003

Label: Atlantic

Catalog Number: CD 81753

Average Rating: 86 / 100 (6 ratings)

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Personnel
Michael White Lead Vocals
Danny Bilan Drums
Curt Cress Drums
Bobby Chouinard Drums
Scot Gaines Bass
Steven Wissnet Bass
Rick Dellefield Keys
Alan St.Jon Keys
Randy Piper Guitars
Claus Heuser Guitars
Paul Vincent Guitars
Phil Bolenz Guitars
Tracks
1.  Fantasy  
2.  I Know You Need Someone  
3.  Bring On The Night  
4.  Matriarch  
5.  One Good Turn  
6.  Psychometry  
7.  Deja Vu  
8.  Jumpin' The Fence  
9.  Radio  
10.  Dirty Dancer  

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From: Jez Date: January 23, 2005 at 11:15
With this finally on cd, i had to add it here at HH. All i can say is that this is MONSTER of a disc from start to finish.I remember when i first heard this, couldn't believe that anyone could sound exactly like Robert Plant. All the tracks on here are immense, from the Led Zepp sounding 'Matriarch' to the more radio friendly material like the mega 'Fantasy' & 'Radio'. Top this off with a great production from Queen man 'Mack' and a great list of musos, you have one of my all time greatest album

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 11, 2006 at 21:56
I thought that the music was more aorish and is a hard rock album.dind't kill me at all.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 22, 2011 at 22:12
Undusted this again...gave it 2 spins more and...my mind changed!!!...quite pleasant album to be honest,not a killer one,i'm clear with that and maybe is the only thing i can say that is similar to my comment way back in 2006 but surely it has its hooks...vocally White reminds me of a low range Robert Plant or Lenny Wolf(Kingdom Come) at certain songs("Psychometry" for instance)...my favourites along with the aforementioned one are "Deja Vu","Jumpin' The Fence" & "Dirty Dancer"...add to that "Fantasy","I Know You Need Someone"(nice smoothie) & "Bring On The Night"(nice too)...87/100...at the end,a worthy album...


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