ARC ANGEL – ArcAngel [digitally remastered +1] Out of Print

ARC ANGEL - ArcAngel [digitally remastered +1] Out of Print Cannata

And here’s a rarity for all of you: ARC ANGEL first self-titled album remastered plus a bonus track. Simply put, Arc Angel, founded together by vocalist Jeff Cannata and keyboard player Michael Soldan, created in 1983 this masterpiece regarded as one of the greatest AOR albums of all time.
Some time ago Jeff Cannata remastered the album by himself (released through his own record label) adding as well the awesome bonus track “Court of The Crimson King”.
The sound quality is terrific, something this pearl needed to be enjoyed in all its glory.

Arc Angel was dismissed by stupid U.S. critics as a Boston / Kansas clone, but became a huge hit album in Europe, and today is considered a timeless classic.

ARC ANGEL - ArcAngel [remastered +1] back

You do not need more details, “Arc Angel” is a MUST HAVE, a MANDATORY album in your collection.



01 – Stars
02 – Tragedy
03 – Wanted : Dead Or Alive
04 – Used To Think I’d Never Fall In Love
05 – Rock Me Tonight
06 – Before The Storm
07 – Sidelines
08 – Confession
09 – Just Another Romance
10 – King Of The Mountain
11 – Court Of The Crimson King

Jeff Cannata – vocals, drums, bass, guitars
Michael Soldan – keyboards, backing vocals
Scott Spray, Jim Gregory, Hugh McDonald, Chuck Burgi – bass
Jay Johnson, David Coe, Lance Quinn – guitar
Kevin Nugent – guest guitar solo
Jeff Batter, Doug Katsaros – piano
Jeff Bova – Oberheim
Brent Diamond – synthesizer
James Christian, Frank Simms, Tony Airdo – backing vocals


Out of Print

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3 Responses

  1. RA Feutz says:

    Fantastic! I recently purchased the Japanese CD import of this. Happy to have this remaster version as well. Back in 1983, the track ‘Tragedy’ was played in rotation on my local aor/rock radio station. I only had it recorded on tape way back then! A real classic track that still transports me back to that summer! ‘Too many vultures on patrol.’ šŸ™‚

  2. AOR Fan says:

    Do you have the Stephen Bishop – Bowling For Paris (1989) remastered edition from 2015.

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