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MP3 Michael Bormann - Michael Bormann

Rerelease (2009) of Michaels very first solo-album from 2002, plus 3 bonustracks. Filled with catchy and killer songs. Michael is known as one of the best voices in Rock. The voice of Jaded Heart (1990 - 2004); RAIN; Blackmore, a.m.m

14 MP3 Songs in this album (67:00) !
Related styles: Rock: Soft Rock, Easy Listening: Soft Rock, Solo Male Artist

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1. Can''t Stop Missing You
2. The Best Is Yet To Come
3. How Many Times
4. If I Was A King
5. Sorry Is All I Can Say
6. Don''t Wanna Spend Some
7. Don''t Lie To Me
8. The One I Hate
9. Children Of The Earth
10. So What About
11. Gotta Have Some Fun

I like this album a lot. This is a classy affair. But then again, you would expect anything less from vocalist Michael Bormann.
Two things in particular help my appreciation and love of this CD. Firstly - I am a big fan of Michael Bormann in both Jaded Heart and now with Rain also. Secondly, I love moody stripped back releases in this vein.
It''s nice to have some really good quality soft and moody music to relax to after a hard day of rocking.
This is the perfect thing. You get the power of a great vocalist, but the mood of a laid back, stripped back acoustic driven ballads record.
On the Rain album, Bormann does his best softer style raspy vocals, but on this solo album he takes it back another unplugged step. It''s a cool result though. Like I said, as long as you are aware it''s very laid/stripped back.
Take the ride through the album''s 11 tracks and you won''t find any fillers. There''s a mix of electric and acoustic driven songs, with the emphasis on acoustic.
And Michael plays all instruments as well as writing and singing. Clever chap isn''t he?
Can''t Stop Missing You is all mood and soul, while Best Is Yet To Come (not the Rain demo track) sees Bormann at his powerful raspy best.
How Many Times is mid tempo and features some cool eclectric guitar. This is about as upbeat as it gets and is the closest to Jaded Heart as this release comes.
BOTTOM LINE: I won''t recommend this to every Jaded Heart fan, but I will recommend it to anyone who has heard and loved the Rain release. If you are already a Bormann fan, don''t be afraid of the nature of this release. It might be soft and acoustic based, but it is built on a foundation of great catchy melodic rock songs.

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