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Buddy Love (2011)

by Buddy Love

A departure away from the DIY PowerPop that brought Buddy Love their notoriety in the 1980's, the band demonstrates that becoming more mature adult contemporary rock artists isn't a bad thing!
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Crying Town
3:59 album only
2. Almost In Tears
3:48 album only
3. Tearing You Down
2:48 album only
4. Intersection
3:35 album only
5. Set You Free (Let You Go)
2:58 album only
6. Hard To Get
2:42 album only
7. Idle Hands
2:48 album only
8. Tell Me
3:44 album only
9. Crying Town (Reprise)
3:24 album only
10. Waiting
3:01 album only
11. Crying Town (Live)
4:03 album only


Album Notes
This is the second CD since the 2006 reformation of the original line up of Buddy Love, featuring Joey Kelly on vocals, Doug Khazzam on guitar and vocals, Scott Nevin "Killer" Schiller on bass, Rich "Starr" Stirrat on drums and vocals and newest member David Stoler on keyboards.

The song "Crying Town", produced by Broadway's "Moving Out" musical director Tommy Byrnes and co-written by Tommy with Doug Khazzam, represents a departure from Buddy Love's 80's new wave/pop formula into adult contemporary rock, more fitting to their current personal and musical maturity. In other words, all grown up!

Other standout tracks are "Almost In Tears" featuring the blistering saxophone of guest player Danny Ray and "Set You Free (Let You Go)" (featuring Doug Khazzam on lead vocals). The CD twists and turns through many 60's cum 80's flavors, ending right here in 2011.

Buddy Love is alive and well in the new millennium!



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