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|1.||Jay Days - "Long Way Home" (4:28)|
|2.||Greg Yoder - "Things Were So Easy" (4:16)|
|3.||Renee Geyer Band - "Two Sides" (3:30)|
|4.||O Ji Ji - "The Shadow" (3:48)|
|1.||Robert Cotter - "Everything I'm Living For" (4:41)|
|2.||Carol Ray Band - "Quelques Mots Gentils" (4:58)|
|3.||Bobana Petrovica - "Prepad" (4:08)|
|4.||Byrne & Barnes - "Love You Out Of Your Mind" (3:17)|
Archivist, historian and dedicated crate digger Maurice continues his exploration of global AOR, a genre whose spotlight is usually hogged by successful US and UK acts. Focusing on the era's peak between 75-83 this second edition finds him striking gold in Australia (Renee Geyer Band's jazz-tickled "Two Sides"), Yugoslavia (Boban Petrovic's disco-licked "Prepad") Hawaii (Greg Yoder's Balearic Cat Stevens strummer "Things Were So Easy") and his native France (Carol Ray Band's yacht-primed boogie "Quelques Mots Gentils) Crisp production, stylistic melting pots and soft of the soul; AOR really was a global language.
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