Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
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Guess Who carries on in the 90's
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Of course the '90's Guess Who didn't sound like the '70's Guess Who. Without Burton Cummings, how could it? But thats not to say that Kale and co. couldn't produce first-rate rock music that, had it gotten airplay, could've been loved by millions. So don't believe the bad reviews by a bunch of bitter Cummings loyalists."
An okay effort by some guys who aren't really the Guess Who
PFMarvel@aol.com | FLA USA | 02/18/1999
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I saw the website these guys had and was always curious about the album, as I had only rarely seen it in record stores. But in a Best Buy one day I picked up a copy for about $4 and took it home. The first thing that hits you is that this is not the music of the Guess Who of the '70's. This is only the original bass player, Jim Kale and the original drummer, Garry Peterson, and three newcomers who, while talented, in no way continue the sound, style or character of the previous band sound. Like when the Doobie Brothers went through a big change with Michael McDonald, this is on the same order. The songs are well produced and have their own special sound, but it does tend to be a little undistinctive as rock songs go. I found it listenable, but not for old Guess Who fans."
PFMarvel@aol.com | 11/03/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"great cd, "amy" a real rocker with a great hook."rockand roll classic" is one of the better tribute songs out there, it really rocks. very good pop ballads, in the old guess who vein. an excellent cd."