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Everybodys Crazy (CD)
These days Michael Bolton is synonymous with easy listening and a super slick middle of the road sound, but there was a time, not so long ago, when his mandate was far more in your face. During the mid eighties, Michael Bolton was at the forefront of the burgeoning melodic hard rock brigade rubbing shoulders (and most often leaving them in the dust) with contemporaries such as Bryan Adams, Billy Squier and Jon Bon Jovi to name but just a few. 'Eveybody's Crazy', originally released in 1985, has been recognised as one of the greatest albums of its kind, a record so full of melodic rock goodness that it seems entirely implausible that it didn't propel him to fame and fortune on the spot. Sadly and utterly inexplicably the album failed to make any commercial impact, forcing him to re-evaluate his musical horizons which, of course, resulted in a massively successful string of hit albums but in an entirely different and far more relaxed style. With musical support from the cream of the New York session world including Kiss guitarist Bruce Kulick, Rainbow drummer Chuck Burgi, keyboardist Mark Mangold and various members of Kansas, Foreigner and Balance, 'Everybody's Crazy' remains one of the most essential, if criminally ignored, AOR release of the eighties.
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Liknande artister: KIM MITCHELL