Frédéric Slama’ s AOR – New remastered compilation “The heart of L.A”

Perris Records is proud to announce the worldwide release of AOR  “The Heart Of L.A” CD. Frédéric Slama’ s AOR all star project is back with a remastered compilation called “The Heart Of L.A” featuring some of the best singers from the Melodic Rock world.  Imagine in the same album the incredible voices of Jeff Scott Soto (Yngwie Malmsteem, Talisman, W.E.T), Kevin Chalfant (The Storm, Two Fires, Journey, Shooting Star), Steve Overland (FM, The Ladder), Jesse Damon (Silent Rage, Kiss), Paul Sabu (Only Child, Kidd Glove, John Waite), Philip Bardowell (Unruly Child, Places Of Power), David Forbes (Boulevard), Sarah & Mélissa Fontaine (Chasing Violets), Bill Champlin (Chicago), Fergie Frederiksen (Toto), Paul Shortino (Quiet Riot) & many more stars. 2 unreleased tracks have been added to what might be the ultimate AOR album in the vein of Survivor, Foreigner, Giant & Toto. 16 tracks of pure Melodic Rock heaven like you’ve never heard them before.
A must have for any serious collector! For fans of Journey, Foreigner, Giant & Toto.

AOR - The Heart Of L.A websize

TRACKLIST:

1) Angels Never Sleep

2) The Smartest Girl In L.A.

3) On The Edge Of Glory

4) Deep Whirlpool

5) The Main Attraction

6) Heart In Pawn

7) Jenny At Midnight

8) Silent Victory

9) Dangerous To Know

10) One Foot In Heaven

11) Closer To Zero

12) Secrets In The Shadows

13) You’re My Obsession

14)  From L.A. To Paris

Unreleased Bonus tracks:

15) Don’t Turn Back

16) When The Darkness Falls

 

CD is available for purchase direct from label:

http://www.perrisrecords.com/new_releases/aor___the_heart_of_l.a/

 

Catalogue No. CD: PER5452

UPC Barcode No.: 670573054528

Boulevard – New album on the way….

blvdCanadian AORsters BOULEVARD strikes back 27 years later with a new album soon to be released.

-“After 21 months of recordings in Abbey Road in London and Almacen in Vancouver the final mix it’s almost ready” – the band says.

*The last record from Boulevard was released back in 1990 and is called “Into the Streets”