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Leroy – Electric [1988]

Country Austria

Style Hi-Tech AOR

Rating 76/100

Band Members Leroy Bocchieri – Vocals,guitars,bass,keyboards,percussion,backing vocals

Additional Musicians John Murphy – Backing vocals, Frank Defino – Drums, Jeff Murphy – Guitars,backing vocals, Larry Mikeska – Saxophone

Tracks 01. Holdja Closa, 02. Ain’t Nothin’, 03. Take Heart, 04. Thought It Was A Dream, 05. I Gotta Know, 06. Feel Electric, 07. I Be Shakin’, 08. One More Piece, 09. Shadow Of A Doubt, 10. They Said, 11. When In Rome

Profile Obscure release from 1988 by multi instrumentalist artist Leroy Bocchieri came out from Spectre Records. You’ll get a full service of Hi-Tech AOR here with big keyboards, great arrangements, a pretty crisp production and excellent songs with big hooklines. Just think of the Austrians Mindwork, Valet Parking, Chris Cramer and Andy Baum or the German Hi-Tech band EZ Money or the Swiss Taboo and you might have a clue how Leroy sounds like!

“Hold You Closer” opens the album with great keys and a huge chorus in the vein of Mindwork, while the second song “Ain’t Nothing” reminds a lot of Chris Cramer and the catchy “Take Heart” with its big chorus sounds like Andy Baum as his best! A little bit of Taboo can be found at the quirky “Thought It Was A Dream” while Mindwork meets Valet Parking shines through at the melodic “I Gotta Know”, that comes along with swirling keyboards and a memorable hookline.

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