Courage – Wind in the Manes [1991]

R-3963939-1350726059-4785Country Russia          Style Hard Rock/AOR

Rating 82/100

Band Members
Michael Saushev – Bass, Andrew Shatunovskii – Drums, Dmitry Chetvergov – Guitar, Michael Trays – Keyboards, Andrew Kolchugin – Vocals

Tracks
1. Eternal Holiday, 2. Russian Blues Snow, 3. Sweet and Scary, 4. Fata Morgana, 5. Goes the Night, 6. I’m not Dead, 7. Mom, 8. Dreams by the Sea, 9. Marmoset, 10. Adieu

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Profile Melodic guitar oriented hard rock. The Scorpions and Led Zeppelin mixed with some AOR keys. All lyrics in Russian. For the first time the band appeared on stage April 26th, 1989 in concerts, on the Thirtieth Beatles. In the program they played two songs: “Blues Russian Snow” and “Sweet and Scary,” well met by the public and critics. After that the band disappeared for a long time in the studio and in the beginning of 1990, they released their debut album titled “Wind in the Manes.”  This album is both interesting and surprising, thanks to a wonderful, slightly weighted melodic hits, blues and solo instrumentalist skills, and at the same time – quite traditional: with sharpened arrangements, elegant melodic, beautiful, sometimes polyphonic vocals, rich, dense sound – all that is inherent in the leaders of “software” – Jon Bon Jovi, Europe and Def Leppard….

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