Forrester, Rhett: Gone with the Wind

Year2001
Label/DistributionMetal Mayhem
FormatCD
Musical styleHard Rock
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Rarity grading
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Review

Impossible to forget this special voice from Rhett Forrester (R.I.P.) and this album is there for us to recall. Produced by Carl Canedy (THE RODS), this opus, although poor on the level of the sound (especially the battery which sounds more like a rhythms box !), have true jewels : "Gone with the wind" with its infernal beat, the voice of Rhett in fury, the Rhett'n'Roll songs "Cranky boy" or "Boys wanna fight" who even allows himself to take again an old piece of his idols Stones "Live with me", a ballad "The last thing I do" on which Rhett gives us shivers, just as "Voyage to nowhere" (the most beautiful title). "Gone with the wind" is the kind of timeless album which one does not weary oneself to listen. Note : On the original LP cover from 1984, it's a black and white drawing of Rhett's singing, and the CD cover is a photo of Rhett's singing but with some interesting notes in the booklet. Rhett, we miss you...

Tracks
1. Gone with the wind
2. Cranky boy
3. The last thing I do
4. Assume the position
5. Voyage to nowhere
6. Shake the shadow
7. Boys wanna fight
8. Movin' in for the kill
9. Live with me

Created / updated: 2011-01-17
Laurent Lahierle