Conductor – Conductor [1982]

conductorCountry USA

Style Melodic Rock/AOR

Rating 82/100

Band Members Judy Comden – Vocals, Philip Minardi – Piano,backing vocals

Additional Musicians Alan Pasqua – Synthesizer, Phil Kenzie – Saxophone,  John Hartman – Guitars, Tim Pierce – Guitars, Chas Sanford – Guitars, Nicholas Reed – Bass, Dan Marfisi – Drums, Lenny Castro – Percussion

Tracks 01. Voice On The Radio (2:50), 02. Night After Night (3:14), 03. Taken Away (3:53), 04. Buried Alive (3:51), 05. Love’s Sake (3:07)

Profile Conductor was a band out of Los Angeles who mustered one self-titled album in 1982 through Montage Records. The band formed in the early 80s when Judy Comden and Philip Minardi joined their forces after left Gaslight Square band. The band debuted with the single “Voice On The Radio/Buried Alive” in 1982 that peaked at #63 that year. This mini album contain five well arranged and performed melodic rock tunes with some poppy and westcoast influences, prominent keyboards while the sound was very polished, with solid instrumental work complementing Judy Comden’s mellifluous vocals. With simiraties to Scandal, Quaterflash and The Breaks, worth your attention.

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