Goddo – King Of Broken Hearts [1992]

GODDO_KOBHCountry Canada

Style Bluesy Hard Rock/Southern Rock

Rating 75/100

Band Members Greg Godovitz – Bass,vocals,rhythm guitar,acoustic guitar,12-string guitar, Gino Scarpelli – Guitars,bass,slide guitar,backwards guitar and solo, Doug Inglis – Drums,percussion,tympani, Rick Hopkins – B3 Hammond organ, piano, Marty Morin – Percussion,background vocals, Terry Brown – Tambourine,keyboards,percussion, John Ferreira – Tenor sax,soprano sax, Mike Mocak – Baritone sax,tenor sax, Bob Gray – Strings, Colina Philips, Vivienne Williams,Colina Philips,Kenny Maclean background vocals, Dr. John Bjarnason – Harmonica, Dennis Marcenko – Bass, Chris Yost – Rhythm guitar,acoustic guitar, Drew Winters – Keyboards

Tracks 01. Mirror Mirror (3:01), 02. Say You Will (4:03), 03. Just Don’t Know (4:00), 04. King of Broken Hearts (4:31), 05. Was It Somethin’ I Said? (3:59), 06. Dreams of New York City (4:33), 07. It’s Good To Be Alive (3:54), 08. The Quest (4:51), 09. Quicksand (4:27), 10. Lost Without Your Love (4:43), 11. You Can’t Do That (3:19), 12. Egypt (5:37), 13. You Must Fight Back (4:21), 14. Please Baby Please 5:09

Profile Goddo is a Canadian band formed in Scarborough, Ontario in 1975. King Of Broken Hearts was a reunion disc released by the superb Canadian label Bullseye. The power trio consists of Godovitz on bass and vocals, guitarist Gino Scatpelli and drummer Doug Inglis. The results of the reunion are superb – 11 rock tracks that should appeal to fans of power trio hard rock, that was co-produced and mixed by legendary producer Terry Brown. The album spawned what would be the band’s only official music video – “Was It Something I Said?” – giving Goddo recognition across Canada on Much Music and, soon, overseas through a distribution deal with Germany’s Mausoleum Records.


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