|ojotigre||Fecha: Miércoles, 2013-07-31, 5:23 PM | Mensaje # 1|
1997 → Collaboration
2000 → Transition
2002 → Restoration
2004 → Destination
2006 → V
Format → 320k
STREET TALK, essentially mentored by former SHAPE keyboard player Fredrik Bergh, deal
in unashamed, polished AOR. STREET TALK’s 1997 debut ‘Collaboration’
witnessed a core band unit comprising Andreas Lindberg and guitarist
Tomas Olsson, keyboard player Fredrik Bergh and SHAPE drummer Jon
Persson joined by session singers Daniel Jonsson, Kristian Andren of TAD
MOROSE and erstwhile MADISON, GLORY and YNGWIE MALMSTEEN Göran Edman.
Studio bass came courtesy of Mikael Bermer, of ROCK TOOLS, SAIGON and
GLORY repute, and Jorgen Andersson. The 2000 follow up ‘Transition’
would find STREET TALK in a completely new guise with only Bergh and
Edman surviving from the prior sessions. New faces included MADRIGAL and
GALLEON guitarist Sven Larsson and a rhythm section of bassist Mikael
Berner and drummer Christian Johansson.
STREET TALK would sign to the MTM Music label for a 2002 album
‘Restoration’. This outing featured the song ‘In The Arms Of Love’, a
co-composition credited to TOMMY DENANDER of RADIOACTIVE and former
ALIEN vocalist JIM JIDHED. The band announced the employment of two lead
vocalists to session on the album in Goran Edman once again and the
American ex-VALENTINE and OPEN SKYZ AOR star HUGO.
The 2004 compilation ‘Destination’ would include two new tracks recorded
during 2003. Fredrik Bergh took time out during 2004 to session for the
German melodic rock outfit BRUNOROCK. STREET TALK, retaining the same
line-up as the ‘Restoration’ album, was revived in 2005, recording a new
album in May.
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