I hate it when record companies put the same song on a CD twice (unless one is a demo or LIVE version) but back to back? Regardless this was my first vynyl album of April Wine. My brother had “Nature of the Beast” and that one had some cool cuts but this one rocked. I worked at a record store as a clerk and played the hell outta this one. “If You See Kay” was my favorite because it was a double entendre meaning and yet a love song of sorts. Regardless the other cuts off this CD rock too. April Wine with three guitar players just rocked! Three dudes up there trading licks all night long was cool as all get out! Loved it!
Originally Released Through Capitol Records in 1982, this is the 1998 Imported Reissue on the Aquarius Label. Features Much Power-Pop-Metal Tunege, I.e. ”Waiting for a Miracle”, ”Enough is Enough” and Eight More.
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APRIL WINE IS A GREAT CLASSIC BAND THEY MAKE GOOD SOLID ROCK N ROLL. I AGREE IF YOU SEE KAY IS ONE HELLUVA SONG.GOOD WINE!
If you want the essential april wine you have to have nature ofthe beast – bar none the 80est sounding pop metal band. This albumwas the coolest back in 1981 and 82 when it first came out power play is a distant second compared to nature of the beast. This is the album that defines april wine END
Great classic collection of vintage April Wine! An absolute excellent addition to any music collection favoring classic rock and roll! You won’t be disappointed.
Two of my favorite April Wine songs are on this album: “Waiting on a Miracle” and “Enough is Enough”. Both of these songs are examples of power pop songwriting at its best. Myles Goodwyn is at his best writing, singing and playing guitar on the album. Other songs like the power ballad “What if We Fall In Love” and the double entendre meaning behind “If You See Kay” – make for a great album.