The Tram – Jericho Rose [1996]

the-tram-jericho-rose-fCountry Switzerland

Style AOR

Rating 77/100

Band Members Ernesto Opiasa – Vocals,guitars, Roland Dobler – Keyboards, Hanst Nussbanmer, Heroe Dobler – Bass, Roland Widmer – Drums,percussion, Yves Dobler – Flute,saxophone

Tracks 01. Desert Heart (4:27), 02. Justify Me (3:40), 03. Love Of My Life (4:33), 04. Step Out (3:26), 05. Love Isn’t Easy To Explain (4:04), 06. He Sacrificed (3:28), 07. Honestly, 08. Rich Man’s Reggae (4:03), 09. Take A Tram (3:05), 10. The Answer (5:01)

Profile Riehen based rock outfit The Tram formed in the early 90s, in a difficulty period with music changes. Indeed they manage to release two worthly melodic albums blend their music with some bluesy and “ethnic” elements that fix perfectly. Their debut “Stranger In Paradise”came out in 1993 with the second release “Jericho Rose” to be released in 1996. The album has really impressive tunes like the aorish anthem “Justify me” and the bluesy melodious piece “Honestly” that worth your attention. The album gain points cause most of the songs peened but also produced by Paul Janz, with backing vocals on last track. The band also appeared in the 1995 compilation “Best Of Bä-Go”. Both album are rare nowdays and remarkable.

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