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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Blazer, Apr 14, 2019.
Loudness, Yngwie and Frehley’s Comet. Bark at the moon was also in heavy rotation.
Here's a goodie from that era... I don't think they did much after this (at least as this group).
Industry's keyboardist/lead singer/songwriter was Jon Carin, who also played with Bryan Ferry around the same time. He was in Ferry's band at Live Aid, which also included David Gilmour. That then led to Gilmour tapping Carin to play in his next big project, which was of course, reviving Pink Floyd. Carin played on everything Pink Floyd did from 1987 onwards, including the Live 8 concert. He also toured with Roger Waters, making him one of only two musicians (guitarist Tim Renwick being the other) to tour with both Waters as a solo artist and the post-Waters Pink Floyd. And he played keyboards on The Who's 1996 Quadrophenia tour.
I looked, and I didn't see any mention yet of Mr. Mister.
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maybe posted earlier?
depending on the style many of them sound the same, maybe that's why we forgot about them
"Without You" is my personal favorite of theirs, but there's fine body of work with Asia including:
"Heat of the Moment"
"Rock and Roll Dream"
"The Smile Has Left Your Eyes"
Asia was a great 80s band.
Dude, now you're just posting every song from the eighties. George Michael was a huge star for nearly three decades. He is definitely not forgotten.
When do you start posting U2 or Michael Jackson videos? How about Bruce Springsteen?
I'll bet when Sade was young she listened to Astrud Gilberto...very similar style.
I forget forgetful bands, or maybe I forget to remember them?
Astrud reminds me of Audrey Hepburn.