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Bonham – The Disregard Of Timekeeping [1989]

Let’s say it’s Sunday morning and your ears are still ringing from Saturday night. Your head is pounding from all the booze you drank. Obviously, you still need to listen to some rock while you to try to recover with a cup of coffee and some aspirin. (You require rock whenever you are conscious.) But Slayer’s Reign In Blood isn’t going to be apropos at this early hour given your condition. You’re going to need something a little more chill and relaxing. I’ve got just the album for you — Bonham’s The Disregard Of Timekeeping.

Bonham gets their name from their drummer Jason Bonham — the son of Led Zeppelin’s John Bonham. The Disregard Of Timekeeping is an excellent commercial hard rock album. It cools like a breeze as it soothes your weary bones. Tons of keyboards are used on the album, giving these songs a smooth (albeit corporate) touch. Bonham hada little Zep in their step, which is not surprising given Jason’s lineage.

But The Disregard Of Timekeeping is hardly a wholesale copy of Led Zeppelin (like Kingdom Come). Vocalist Daniel MacMaster (R.I.P.) was an excellent vocal talent that may remind some of Robert Plant just a bit. Superb tracks such as Wait For You, Holding On Forever, and Dreams have outstanding hooks that ‘ll keep you coming back for more.

Band Members
Daniel MacMaster – Vocals
Ian Hatton – Guitars
Jason Bonham – Drums, Percussion
John Smithson – Keyboards, Bass, Violin

01. The Disregard Of Timekeeping (2:09)
02. Wait For You (5:02)
03. Bringing Me Down (4:18)
04. Guilty (4:37)
05. Holding On Forever (4:56)
06. Dreams (7:50)
07. Don’t Walk Away (4:43)
08. Playing To Win (6:55)
09. Cross Me And See (5:27)
10. Just Another Day (4:26)
11. Room For Us All (7:13)

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