The Doyle-Whiting Band – Flesh and Blood [1986]

fleshandbloodCountry USA

Style AOR

Rating 83/100

Band Members Joe Whiting – Vocals,backing vocals,percussion, Mark Doyle – Guitars,piano,vocals, Pat De Salvo – Bass,percussion, Robbie Spagnoletti – Drums,percussion, Tony Schimizzi – Keyboards,backing vocals

Tracks 01. After Hours, 02. Need Somebody, 03. Six Long Riders, 04. Raise a Hand, 05. Flesh and Blood, 06. Runnin’ Hot (Over the Top), 07. Ring of Fire, 08. A Chance Worth Taking, 09. Rockin’ Weekend, 10. My, My (Time Flies)

Profile Unknown collaboration band acted in the mid 80s release two albums in Blue Wave label, featuring guitarist Mark Doyle work with Daryl Hall & John Oates, Cindy Bullens and Meat Loaf among others and frontman Joe Whiting who worked with Savoy Brown, play the Rock N’ Roll Revival circuit with Bobby Comstock, replaces Ronnie in Elf, tours with Van Halen and gets a Grammy nomination. Their second effort “Flesh and Blood” is a fine piece of musical craftsmanship featuring some really impressive songs with a sound cross between aor and power pop with amazing keys, sonic guitar work from mark, strong songwriting and memorable chorus.

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