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Ironically, 'Man In Between' and 'Cover Me' are Storm/Two Fires-meets Survivor matter that despite a catchy chorus on both units, begin to delve into the averageness department, especially the former - a shame since Alias's Freddy Curci is involved in said composition. 'Turn Away' turns us back right on track again - a number that will keep many tided over til the Tyketto reunion in late '04. 'Glory Day', another Blades-penned tune, this time assisted by prolific Italian scenester Farizio Grossi is another laid-back seaside-flavoured cut, ink formed almost purely again by Night Ranger-ous and Survivor-ous substances.At the end of the day, another good d. several month' work by this 'team' and one hell of a team at that, too, with Thomas's voice impressing many, alone.
Freddy Curci - Then & Now
A big surprise it was when Frontiers Records announced they had signed former ALIAS and SHERIFF singer FREDDY CURCI - click him for further info and preview cover. But good news from Frontiers Records are that they have signed HURRICANE featuring KELLY HANSEN, PRAYING MANTIS featuring DENNIS STRATTON, FREDDY CURCI from ALIAS and SHERIFF fame and UNDER SUSPICION wich is a group rising from the ashes of JIMI JAMISONS SURVIVOR - exciting! Freddy CurciFreddy Curci - He's back!Tracklisting: When I'm With You (live)*; Haunted Heart; More Than Words Can Say; Waiting For Love; The Power; Into The Fire; Perfect World; Brown Eyed Girl; Dreamer's Road; Senza Te (Give Me A Reason To Stay); Just To Be Close; Bare Necessity*; Finally*; Ti Sposerò (Real Love); Diamonds; Un Amore Tutto Mio (Finally). * previously unreleased Press from Frontiers Records 05-August-00: Freddy Curci started his career in a band called SHERIFF back in 1979, which recorded a classic album and (four years later!) had a number one song in the USA charts, called "When I'm With You".That song put Freddy into the World Records Book for holding a note for almost 30 seconds!After SHERIFF's demise, a few years later he became involved in the band ALIAS, together with his former Sheriff bandmate Steve DeMarchi on guitar and ex HEART members Steve Fossen, Mike Derosier and Roger Fisher.Alias released one album in 1989 for EMI worldwide.That record had two U.S. top ten hits: "More Than Words Can Say" and "Waiting For Love", which was penned by famed songwriters Brett Walker and Jeff Paris.In 1994 Freddy Curci debuted as a solo artist with a cd called "Dreamer's Road" achieving good success in Canada.Freddy is arguably one of the best vocalists in Rock History.He's got the combination of vocal talents that all singers strive for.He can sing a ballad with a beautiful, smooth voice like Steve Perry of Journey or Kevin Cronin of REO Speedwagon and then turn around and belt out rocker with a rough edge on his voice like Brad Delp of Boston.Of Italian descent, Freddy grew up in Canada listening to nothing but Classical Opera music until he was 13 years old.At that point he started listening to Black Sabbath and other rock bands.Aside from his Opera background, some of Freddy's other biggest influences musically were Lou Gramm of Foreigner and Tom Johnston of the Doobie Brothers.He was even offered Lou Gramm's spot in Foreigner when Lou left in the late 80's.He chose not to do it so he could work with his best friend and musical counterpart, Steve DeMarchi to form Alias. This compilation features some of his best songs ever, along with two never released tracks "Bare Necessity" and "Finally" along with a unique live rendition of "When I'm With You" and a few songs rerecorded in Italian as a homage to his roots!
The Best Of What I've Got features songs written by Jesse for the album and also for others over the years such as Sammy Hagar, John Waite, Eddie Money and Freddy Curci.Alias singer Freddy Curci has finally completed the recording of the Zion debut album.
AOR Heaven ::: N E W S L E T T E R 25/03/2011
A few tracks has been already released by singer Freddy Curci on his solo album "Dreamer's Road", but here's the real deal with classic AOR stuff of the highest order!
Shipwreck Island Studios.com - Album Review 2005 - Line Of Fire
To compare Shawn's vocals I'd say they are a combo of Bobby Loux (Vision 180) & Freddy Curci (Alias & Sheriff).