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Subject: True, but to go back thru the 70'S and 80's catalog it's hard to understand why


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Date Posted: Sunday, March 07, 08:24:47am
In reply to: Dead at 72 's message, "Cleveland rocker/radio personality Michael Stanley" on Saturday, March 06, 09:54:40am

A good place to start is the live album Stagepass. 80's releases Heartland found him just on the cusp of breaking out,while Northcoast and MSB have a few good tunes but don't continue the momentum found on Heartland. The 70's albums following Stagepass, Cabin Fever and Greatest Hints have some excellent moments as well. These are the albums for anyone wondering who the hell this guy is that is garnering all this coverage. 1st 2 albums are singer songwriter affairs. Jonah Koslen his guitarist thru Stagepass left to form Breathless and had a minor hit with "Taking It Back". Joe Walsh covered and had a hit with the Stanley penned Rosewood Bitters

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“He Can’t Love You” had everything going for it. Never understood why it wasn’t a bigger hit. It should have propelled Stanley to stardom (NT)RolandSunday, March 07, 08:41:58am


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