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The Michael Stanley Band: Right Back at Ya' (1971-1983)

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Rosewood Bitters
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Let's Get The Show On The Road
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One Good Reason
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Strike Up The Band
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Midwest Midnight
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Nothing's Gonna Change My Mind
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Why Should Love Be This Way
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We're Not Strangers Anymore
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Lover
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He Can't Love You
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In The Heartland
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Somewhere In The Night
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Falling In Love Again
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In Between The Lines
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Someone Like You
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My Town
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Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 73:57

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04.22.11
Michael Stanley, The Michael Stanley Band: Right Back at Ya' (1971-1983)
2004 | Label: Its About Music.com / The Orchard

Heartland rocker Michael Stanley was a hero in his native Cleveland throughout the '70s and early '80s, but didn't fare as well nationally, landing a few top 30 singles but never really connecting with the mainstream. It wasn't from a lack of quality material, as this 1992 career retrospective clearly illustrates. Stanley's early solo work was intimate, introspective and filled with high-profile guest musicians like Joe Walsh, David Sanborn and Todd Rundgren; his post-1975 songs… read more »

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KSHE classics

downtownsteve

This little old school gem is chock full of KSHE classics, all original studio versions. The 1st three songs are my faves, still lots of other stuff that KSHE used to play often like One Good Reason, My Town, In Between the Lines, to name a few. I think David Sanborne did the sax on Let's Get The Show On The Road, gawd I love that song. Hey Ohio, he was big in St. Louis too.

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oh ya, this is good

alivenkickn2

I've got chills. Originally from Canton, I grew up hearing MSB regularly. I still don't know why they didn't get the commercial success that they so diserved. If you haven't heard of MSB, take a listen, you will be glad you did!