Haven - The Road
Frontiers Records
12 songs (60'01)
Release year: 2001
Frontiers Records
Reviewed by Dom

"The latest female fronted melodic rock sensation!" announced the record company. I must say that this angelic girl has a voice! But we are as far as a band like Witness, Laos, Heart, Private Life or Headpins.

This album should be filed in the AOR category. Good product and well done with melodies made in half tone and hue. Heavy guitar contrasts with piano and acoustic guitar. Four or five songs a little bit louder and heavier than the rest of the album. Interesting sounds, clear production. And that's it ! Nothing more to say!

This band from California is made up of Pamme (vocals), Michael Brody (bass) and John Vanselow (guitars). A lot of special guests complete the band, Matt Sorum (ex Guns N' Roses, The Cult) on drums, Robin McAuley on backing vocals (MSG) and Jimmy Hotz (who's worked with Yes, Fleetwood Mac and other bands). The band is influenced by diverse musical artists like Kansas, Heart, Deep Purple, Sting, UFO, Robin Trower and the Beatles. A great group but, unfortunately, I compare this band to a plane that can't take off !

Let's see the next one...

Killing Songs :
The Curtain, Strange Premonition, Be The One, All I Ever Need
Dom quoted 65 / 100
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