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Thursday, 18 February 2016

The Raz Band Review

http://www.musicnewsnashville.com/strong-releases-should-bring-attention-to-under-the-radar-artists/

Raz-BandArtist: The Raz Band
Title: Madison Park (Gonzo Multimedia)
You might like if you enjoy: Joey Molland, Joe Vitale, Traveling Wilburys
Tell me more: The Raz Band’s “Madison Park” recalls a simpler time when rock ‘n’ roll records could be lots of fun. On “Madison Park,” band leader Michael Raz Rescigno is joined by Joey Molland (Badfinger), Joe Vitale (Joe Walsh, The Eagles, Crosby, Stills & Nash) and others for a spirited straight-ahead collection of ’70s-styled rockers and tuneful ballads.
Highlights on the 16-track album include the rollicking “$1.50 For Your Love,” the heavy blues-rocker “Say Ya Love Me,” and the George Harrison-honoring “Time Marches On” (a reworked version Rescigno’s track featured on the “The Best of Los Angeles 1987” compilation) and powerful early rock-mining “Love Me Do.” Information: gonzomultimedia.co.uk.

CURRENTLY AVAILABLE FROM GONZO

The Best of RAZ
CD - £9.99

Madison Park
CD - £9.99

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