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Rob Frazier - This town

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Reviewer:
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 1986
Label: Light
Genre: Westcoast
Producer: Steve Camp
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Rob Frazier was a member of Petra in 1979, he played keyboards and shared lead vocals with Greg X.Volz on the album "Washes whiter than".
Rob also co-wrote many songs for artists like Steve Camp, Rick Cua, Geoff Moore as well as Kansas hit "Play the game tonight" together with Livgren and Co.
His solo debut "Cut it away" came out in 1984 and his latest album with the Blues farmers in 1999, but the album that caught my attention was "This town" from 1986.
This westcoast adventure took me for a ride with John Cafferty sounding AOR and David Foster-like ballads, the production may sound dated today but the songs gets me in a nostalgic mood.
Especially the great ballad "Break my heart" that deserves an award of any kind, another great song on this album is "Army of love" that couldĀ“ve been a Petra song.
Pure nostalgia!



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