Teresa Straley – Never Enough [1982]

FrontCountry USA          

Style WestCoast AOR/Pop/Rock

Rating 77/100

Band Members Teresa Straley – Vocals,percussion,guitar,keyboards, Michael Bruman,Rick Vito – Guitar, David White – Bass, Michael Cavanaugh – Keyboards, Tony Braunagel – Drums, Gabriel Black, onna Hardt,David White – Percussion, Cal Tempo Horn Section – Saxophone, Jim Ed Norman – Strings, Gabriel Black,Sally Blackburn,Tina Halverson,Teresa Straley,David White – Backing vocals, Lance Ong – Synthesizer

Tracks 01. RadioActive Love, 02. Love’s A Compromise, 03. Dreams On The Line, 04. Never Enough, 05. Love By Numbers, 06. Ladies Like To Rock ‘N’ Roll Too, 07. Unintentional, 08. Roving Eyes, 09. Over The Edge, 10. Give In To Your Heart

Profile One and only album from the later singer of Harlow, Teresa Straley released in 1982 on Alfa Records and produced by Jim Ed Norman. The production is good but it’s hard to find songs that stand out. The guitar work is good as the song writing but luck of catchy melodies. The rockin’ “Love’s A Compromise” with great guitar rhythm and catchy tunes as the punchy “RadioActive Love” are the best moments here. Teresa Straley is the voice behind the haunting lullaby “Sleep Baby Sleep” from the independent horror motion picture, Sleepstalker. Similar to Susi Quatro, Toronto, 3 Thrills and Bonnie Raitt.

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