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Delicate Balance

by Wonderwall

Catchy Pop Rock tunes with a retro Beatlesque sound production
Genre: Pop: Beatles-pop
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1. Tears of Joy
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2. Sad, Down and Lonely Blue
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3. Paperboy
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4. I'm Going Back
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5. School Bells
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6. Blue Day
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7. Long Time Rambler
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8. Dull It All
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9. Changing Your Own Road Down
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10. Get Up On Your Horse
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11. Aint Gonna Be No Fool For You
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12. The Rest to Shame
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13. Falls Apart
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Album Notes
Wonderwall captures the energy of the music and the sound you remember to transport you back in time! Comprised of four accomplished musicians and vocalists: Chuck Martin, Stan Bullock, Marc Diffendal and Ronald Tucker, Wonderwall has performed at the Mathew Street Festival in Liverpool as well as many other venues stateside. For these guys, it's all about the music.
The secret to Wonderwall? You guys love the music for music's sake. When another band at Abbey Road on the River needed a drummer, Stan volunteered and made their day! When Cream gets together to play a four concert set in England, Marc makes the trip to see them -- for the love of the music. When Lisa Dames needs a sound to project her onto the top 40 scene, Chuck steps in and takes her to the next level. When I need some good music to do my treadmill at the gym, Ron steps up and provides me with Clone Farm. And when performing at the Barn Dinner Theater, the band invites the drummer from Guess Who to join them on stage for an encore performance. This Wonderwall band is all about the music. And it is great music they give to their fans. A famous line sums up Wonderwall better than I possibly can. . . "in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make!" And Wonderwall loves the music . . . and through them, "The Beat Lives!" David Jenks



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Biff Krouden

They Love Music!
This collection captures a very distinct sound in that British pop history of 1998-1973. It sounds to my ears, as if Lennon and Harrison joined Badfinger after Pete Ham passed away. And that, my friends, is a cool idea.


Beatles reborn - well maybe not, but still terrific.
Good variety, all with those excellent pop hooks and harmonies. I'm not really a words person, so the words could be good too, I just didn't notice!!

If you like the bands mentioned below, I could certainly recommend this album.

Yvonne Eve Evans

Beatles reborn
A new exciting sound. It takes me back to the days of the Beatles and ELO when they were at the top. I find the music totally refreshing, the harmony the words, this album screams success. It pulls up that excitment that I had when I was so in love with the Beatles and adored ELO, not that I don't still love them - we just don't get that kind of entertainment anymore until now.

A. Sanchez

Great and Inventive Music!
This band has a lot of talent! The slide guitar is amazing and adds so much character to the songs! As a musician, I find myself wondering about how inventive the slide guitar parts sound - it sounds as if George Harrison literally played on this CD. The songs are interesting and melodic. To be honest, they don't sound like a band from 60's. Their sound is semi-original which is their main appeal - especially the first song on the CD as well as many others. Can't wait for their next CD!