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Martin Page - In the temple of the muse

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Reviewer:
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2008
Label: IroningBoard
Genre: Westcoast
Producer: Martin Page
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Review

Wohoo, Martin Page is still alive and kicking and making music, the man behind super hits with artists like Starship, Go West, Kim Carnes and Heart.
This is a true hallelujah moment because "In the temple of the muse" is the first album from Page in 14 years, yes we haven´t heard anything from this excellent songwriter since the fabolous "In the house of stone and light" in 1994.
Don´t you just love the term adult pop/rock that bring thoughts to Sting, Peter Gabriel and Larry Gowan because that´s where we find Martin Page and his magical compositions.
You will find elements from world music and jazz on the new album just like his first solo album that was released on Mercury records, except now Martin releases the new record on his independent label IroningBoard but the production is still first class.
If you want your westcoast rock to be luxurious, order this album without hesitating.
Guess if I´m happy!

Tracklisting 1. I Guess I Will
2. Everything You Do
3. Mi Morena
4. Try
5. Man in the Moon
6. Blessed
7. The Long Walk Home
8. Song for Ruth
9. When Johnny Sang the Blues
10. Where the Sun Is Buried


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