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Love Can Make You Happy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Mercy is made up of of Jack Sigler, Jr. (guitar and vocals), Brenda Mcnish (piano and vocals), Debbie Lewis (organ and vocals), Jamie Marvell (12 string rhythm guitar and vocals), Buddy Goods (bass guitar and vocals), Rodg... more »
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Mercy is made up of of Jack Sigler, Jr. (guitar and vocals), Brenda Mcnish (piano and vocals), Debbie Lewis (organ and vocals), Jamie Marvell (12 string rhythm guitar and vocals), Buddy Goods (bass guitar and vocals), Rodger Fuentes (drums), and Ronnie Caudill (lead guitar). Jack Sigler, Jr., who is from Tampa, Florida, decided to form his own group, so Mercy was born and the rebels from Brandon High start gigging at local dances, making good sounds. A producer from Hollywood, a friend of Jack Sigler s dad, heard the group and decided to use Jack Sigler, Jr. s original song called Love Can Make You Happy for the film Fireball Jungle. A couple of silver-eared DJs from Miami picked up on the band and, as they say, the rest is history. Produced by Brad Shapiro and Steve Alaimo and Supervised by Henry Stone. Arranged by The Zoo, vocal arrangements by Jack Sigler, Jr., engineer Ronnie Albert.
R. C. Weil | maryland, usa | 06/26/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I'm sorry to have to write such a negative review, and I don't do this frivolously, but I feel potential buyers should BEWARE! This is absolutely the worst editing/remastering job I have ever encountered, and I have over 1000 CD's. The CD was created from an old copy of the vinyl LP. Each track on the CD begins with a crisp click and ends with the sound of the cartridge scraping against the vinyl as it spins on the turntable. Defects on the LP (pops, scratchiness) are not edited out. THIS IS ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE! Too bad for all of us who like the album, because the music is good, but this CD is a disgrace to the performers and recording and an insult to those of us who might buy the disk. I truly hope that a more well-established company, such as Warner Bros. who issued the LP, will see fit to do at least an average job editing/remastering this music, but for now, DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS EDITION. Sorry for the brutal honesty, but companies should not think we consumers are fools and will gobble up anything, regardless. Do a better job and we'll all be happy!"