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9 thoughts on “ Hand Me Down - Cry Of Love - Brother (CD, Album)

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Cry Of Love - Brother at Discogs. Complete your Cry Of Love collection/5(86).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Brother on Discogs. Label: Columbia - CK • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Cry Of Love - Brother (, CD) | Discogs/5(6).
  3. Cry of Love was an American rock band formed in in Raleigh, North Carolina. The group released their debut album in , Brother, produced by John Custer before hitting the road for the next 17 months. After completing their –94 touring cycle frontman Kelly Holland quit the band, saying he could no longer handle the rigors of the road. They scored a number-one hit on Billboard's Genres: Hard rock, Southern rock.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Brother on Discogs/5(17).
  5. A: Cry of Love's debut album 'Brother'. That is the simplistic view anyway but what you should really have had was a group launching themselves into superstar status. Especially when you consider that in vocalist Kelly Holland they had probably the most gifted 'new' vocalist rock had seen for years.
  6. Hand me down Lyrics: Brother, can you call me by my name? / Sister, can you look at me the same? / Mama, I'll never be that strong / You've always had the answers, but where did I go wrong? / Ain't no.
  7. There was a follow up effort called Diamonds and Debris, that was just as good, but a little different formula and vocalist, in Robert Mason (current Warrant vocalist). The lack of great music today has led me back to Cry Of Love. Brother is great album and highly recommended for those looking for that classic rock guitar onslaught/5(86).
  8. Jul 21,  · 06 - Cry of Love - Gotta Love Me del album "Brother" Audley Freed es el fundador de esta banda de North Carolina, más tarde reemplazaría durante una tem.
  9. Cry of Love's debut was a near-perfect fusion of classic British hard-rock influences (read Free) and Southern rock sensibility, bringing a refreshing honesty to the dreary radio landscape of the early 'cimiterpoiflamliu.isskysedpiedweezithomtamamjewltranbe.cost Kelly Holland's gritty delivery (at times reminiscent of Billy Squier) is a perfect foil for the Hendrix flourishes of guitarist Audley Freed, resulting in stellar moments like.

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