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Prince of the Deep Water
Prince of the Deep Water
Genres: Pop, Rock
  •  Track Listings (11) - Disc #1

1991 album for MCA, deleted in the U.S. Contains 11 tracks, including 'Highway 5', 'Flames' and 'Deep Water'.


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All Artists: Blessing
Title: Prince of the Deep Water
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Mca
Release Date: 3/19/1991
Genres: Pop, Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 008811007027


Album Description
1991 album for MCA, deleted in the U.S. Contains 11 tracks, including 'Highway 5', 'Flames' and 'Deep Water'.

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paintpop | london england | 11/16/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This band were rated by Dire Straits as one of the best bands ever. The singer William Topley was described by Aretha Franklin's producer as "the best vocal I have ever heard"

Hurricane room is a work of genius. Shame the record company that dropped this band had no idea what they really had. An absolutely magnificient peice of work."
The first time I heard this
C Davis | Atlanta | 07/28/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Was around 1990 when I worked at a recording studio in New York called The Power Station. a producer name Niel Dorfsman (Dire Straits, Sting, Springsteen etc) was working on some project (cant remember what it was) in studio A, after they wrapped for the day Niel threaded a tape of a guy called Little William (that was the project name at the time). I remember as we were breaking down the studio we all ended up making our way into the control room and listening, thinking this guy had an insturment and would be huge someday. Then again we saw so many great bands come thru and never heard anything from them afterwards, and so much crap that was huge. When Dorfsman is involved with a project it always sounds awesome like this album does so many years later, and your expecting to hear about it. Unfortunately almost nobody knows who The Blessing were. Of all the people that Ive told to buy this album, Ive never heard anyone complain. Ive even told people that I would pay for their wasted money if they didnt like it. Everyone knows of a band that never got the attention they deserved: this one tops my list."
Outstanding disk, even better live!
WNC John | western North Carolina | 08/06/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I believe it was 1991, and we were living in St. Louis. I was in a low paying job, and my wife was not working, as she had just had our child a couple of months earlier. We had very little money, and weren't going to concerts at the time, something we both missed very much. One of the local radio stations came on with an ad that said they were hosting a FREE concert by some group called "The Blessing" at our favorite local concert venue/club. Even though I had not heard of the group the FREE part got my attention. I surprised my wife with tickets and we went. It turned out to be one of the best concerts we've ever been to. The songs were fantastic and the playing was first-rate. What made this show stand out, though, was William Topley. His voice was probably the best live voice I have ever heard. What was most amazing of all was that I have seen other singers who sang their lungs out and raised the roof - and when they were done, they looked like they had spent eight hours swinging an axe! Not Topley! He sang with this powerful voice, and when the show was done, he looked like he wasn't even breaking a sweat! Amazing! We now live in another part of the country, but I keep looking for when he might come this way in concert. We will go in a heartbeat, and now, we can even afford the tickets!!!"