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Bob Catley - Live At The Gods
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Bob Catley - Live At The Gods

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Pär Winberg Format: Album
Year: 1999
Label: Now & Then
Genre: AOR
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Here is an official bootleg with Former Magnum vocalist Catley. Magnum used to be my all time fave band in the mid 80s. Geeh, I collected all kinda stuff with them and they sure have done some classic stuff on record. Well live as well. Bob have a fantastic voice and Magnum was always very tight on stage. Here is his first solo livealbum and its actually a nice piece of plastic. It sounds good and is really wellplayed by the backup band with Vinny Burns among others. He does stuff from his soloalbum and some older Magnum stuff in really nice versions. Check this up if you like me is a big freak of Magnum and Bobs voice.


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