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I actually enjoyed the song a lot. I do have to say that I was kind of disappointed by the closing song on the first side of the album. The title track of the album opens up side two and while it had some really ballsy guitar work, I thought it failed to establish what seemed to be a moody atmospheric feel to the song. It left me cold no pun intended and I instantly hoped things would not be headed in the wrong direction with the rest of Side Two.
I really liked how the lyrics were so defiant and in your face. I enjoyed the song then and now. But whether it was the song or myself that matured over the last Take Me Back - Cinderella (3) - Long Cold Winter (Cassette decades, the track has grown on me. While Fred Coury was the drummer for Cinderella, like the first album, he did not play a single note on Long Cold Winter. Instead, the drums were recorded by Denny Carmassi Heart and Cozy Powell Rainbow, amongst a host of other notable bands.
You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. I saw them a couple of times in concert…. Like Like. I saw them once, with Slaughter opening, and they were great.
They were the 26th! A very good write-up for band I know probably nothing about. I like your descriptions, though. To the youtubes! Yeah this is a Album) followup,I like it better than Night Songs…good band always evolved ,too bad there image got tagged as hair band. I wonder about his voice though. The guy did so much damage to his voice singing this way, I wonder what it sounds like now? Yeah for sure Mike. Remember there Once Upon A Time …., Album). Check out the song War Stories back in 97 he sang it in a different register,still cool but different….
I should see if I can find a cheap used one. He makes Brian Johnson sound like a choirboy haha. Yeah I love the first three but, like Deke says, they really kept progressing and changing. I think they got the Blues and Metal mix spot on with this one.
Album) fell in love with it immediately. It is a shame that changing tastes have relegated this one to an also-ran status.
If history had unfolded different, this one would be still be a popular one to have in your collection, like Appetite. Check out Heartbreak again. I think it has some outstanding material on it. I saw them on the Heartbreak tour and they were amazing. The thing I dug the most was with Kiefer his vocals in the studio were what ya would get live ,whereas a guy like Joe Elliott live was like ……what????
Live Keifer shredded! I guess this is why he has had so many problems with his voice? Who knows about Coury? I think Kenny Aranoff did Still Climbing? Cinderella were a 3-piece on that album. He sure is. Shitloads of groove. And he makes it look so, so easy.
I agree. They were just two different bands. I do not have the live record yet. Had eighth row at the aforementioned show at the Aud Album) Slaughter opening, and bagged off the afternoon to go to the in-store at HMV on University Ave in Waterloo. Good times.
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