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For You
Tony Carey
For You
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
 
1989 album for American hard rock guitarist, formerly of Rainbow.

      
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All Artists: Tony Carey
Title: For You
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Polygram Int'l
Release Date: 1/1/1992
Album Type: Import
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 042284132824, 766489317427, 042284132824

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1989 album for American hard rock guitarist, formerly of Rainbow.
 

CD Reviews

One Can Only Say "Hurrah"
Rick Coley | Los Angeles, CA | 03/28/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This cd, also only available as an import , but its worth double that for the price offered. Beginning with a beautiful ballad "I Feel Good", then into a great song "No Mans Land" a track featuring Eric Burdon of the Animals fame and German songstress and star, in Europe, joins in on this song, and is truley a perfect mix of voices. "For You" an incredible song which has been released in so many versions its unbelievable, but only meaning 12 inch, extended remix, and each version a masterpiece. "Down on Happy Street" is probably my least favorite track, but nothing else is out of place. This another must have by a true songwriter, Tony Carey. So I review and give 5 stars."
Where's the enthusiasm?
L. B. Ivarsson | Rock City | 03/11/2003
(2 out of 5 stars)

"Tony Carey has a beautiful voice and his singing is rather laid back in a very pleasant way. He has written many very good songs over the years, but this album is sadly not one of his better. The main problem is that the material is quite flat and can't be saved by Carey's great voice. To me it seems as Carey lack enthusiasm on too many songs. But it's not all bad, in fact the song "No man's land" is in my opinion so good it's easily worth the money. Then you got some songs that stands out a bit from the rest: "Heard it on the radio", "For you" and "I can't talk to you". This is an album you have to play time after time, since there's no immediate tunes (except "No man's land) that will capture your attention.I'd say that "For you" is an album worth having, but it might not be the best first choice. Try to get "Storyville" - that's Tony Carey in his prime!"
A Music for a Change
caligary | 07/09/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Who's Tony Carey? He was in charge of keyboard in Blackmore's Rainbow (See "Rainbow Rising"). But this album is far from heavy metal or hard rock. Of course it contains somwaht hard rock songs like "Heard it on the Raio" but mostly has slow yet beautiful songs like "For You" and "I Feel Good." It's a good album filled with Carey's soulful efforts."