LEE SMALL – The Last Man On Earth (2023) *HQ*

LEE SMALL - The Last Man On Earth (2023) - lossless full

The Last Man On Earth” is the new solo album from stupendous vocalist LEE SMALL. ‘The man with the golden tonsils’ has been often compared to artists like Glenn Hughes, Bobby Kimball or Steve Walsh because of his melodic soulful voice. Lee first came to light singing with Tom Galley’s Phenomena project, later on SHY’s self-titled acclaimed album SHY 2011, then Lionheart, as well as releasing solo albums and many projects & session work.
This new album is a melodic rock feast in a classic style in the vein of Journey & Toto. It was recorded in London, Los Angeles and Texas gracing a wealth of the best musicians around including a duet with the great Dan Reed (Dan Reed Network).
Lee’s band mate Steve Mann from Lionheart play guitars as well renowned Tommy Denander, Edu Cominato (Geoff Tate Band) drums, Micke Nilsson (Bonafide) appears on bass, and many more musicians were involved to create a wonderful collection of songs.


01 – The Last Man On Earth
02 – Neon Heartbeat
03 – Let’s Go Together
04 – You’re Not The Only One
05 – Here We Go Again
06 – In And Out Of Love
07 – Midnight Rain
08 – Heaven Sent
09 – Silhouettes
10 – Revolution Road (feat Dan Reed)
11 – Wings of Destiny
12 – The Nakatomi Heist
13 – The Big Unknown

Lee Small (lead vocals)
Dan Reed (guest vocals on 10)
Steve Man (guitars)
Tommy Denander (guitars)
Fabrizo Sgattoni (guitars)
Mika Gronholm (guitars)
Marshall Harrison (guitars)
Charles Berthoud (bass)
Micke Nilsson (bass)
Edu Cominato (drums)
Sony Stevan (keyboards)
Rossano Capriotti (keyboards)


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1 Response

  1. John Doe says:

    Ahoy there,

    Sorry to say, but ‘The man with the golden tonsils’ is the one and only Chris Oasey, though.
    Needless to say, probably it’s the best solo album from this terrific and one of the most underrated rock singers ever. Pity we’re in the 20’s and not the 80’s …
    Make yourself a favour and grab a copy of this album, you’ll never regret ever.

    Greetings to all the freaks that still, like me, bang our heads crankin’ up the mobile’s app (Walkmans or Discmans count too …)

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