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  1. Dennis Deyoung Desert Moon Sp Vinyl Lp $ 0 bids + $ shipping. LAURIE ANDERSON 'Mr. Heartbreak' Near Mint Never played Audiophile Promo LP. $ Near Mint: Our highest grade for an opened vinyl. Record will be close to perfect in the playing area. May have minor scuffs on edges from decades of storage, Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. Suspicious Lyrics: Babe, there's something suspicious / I can sense there's a change in you / You give me your loving, kissing / Say everything's all right / I know something ain't cool / 'Cause when.
  3. Label: A&M Records - SP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album RCA-Indianapolis Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock Dennis DeYoung - Desert Moon (, RCA-Indianapolis Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(59).
  4. Released in the wake of Styx's dissolution, Desert Moon is a grand attempt to establish Dennis DeYoung as a major solo star in his own right. With the title track, a glorious power ballad in the vein of "Don't Let It End" that showcases every aspect of DeYoung's wide range, he seemed poised to conquer the charts, and the song did deservedly crack Billboard's Top
  5. And it really has to do with this man here Mr. dennis Deyoung. All of my favorite styx songs are sung by him. Come sail away, Im OK, First time, best of times and dont let it end. So when dennis released his first solo album I was impressed. The album does have some tame moments but all in all its a .
  6. Desert Moon (Vinyl): erinquigabilltalnalifeedtiasangoa.coinfo: Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Music. Go Search.
  7. Incredible album from Dennis DeYoung again, but it’s sad knowing this is his final venture in the recording world (until Vol. 2 releases), but his voice is at full strength for this release. Tracks like “East of Midnight”, “With All Due Respect”, “You My Love”, “Unbroken”, and /5().
  8. Aug 09,  · "Desert Moon" and "Don't Wait For Heroes" see Dennis writing and singing at Stygian levels. But a throwaway track is always around the corner, and, over the course of a stingy 8 tracks, we get a useless cover of Jimi Hendrix's "Fire" plus a ridiculous number called "Boys Will Be Boys". Problem is: this is Dennis' best solo album.

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