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Luminescence - Boulevard CD
Luminescence - Boulevard CD

Luminescence
Boulevard

Format: CD
MelodicRock Records is proud to announce the AOR masterpiece that is the first Boulevard album in 27 years, "Boulevard IV - Luminescence". It took just one listen to this supremely recorded album for MRR to realise that the guys had to be signed immediately. For those fans of the band?s first two MCA released records, "Boulevard IV - Luminescence" is so worth the wait.\nFrom the breezy AOR perfection of "Out Of The Blue" to the more intense and layered first single "Life Is A Beautiful Thing" and one of the best ballads you?ll hear in "What I?d Give", to the moody essence that is "I Can?t Tell You Why" that features an outstanding lead vocal and accompanying saxophone, "Luminescence" is a very diverse album, gelled by the performance of a lifetime and the best possible production and mix studios like Abbey Road can offer.\nBoulevard is a Canadian band that got their start in Germany with the release of their first single ?Rainy Day in London? in 1984 which went to #45 on the Billboard charts in Europe. Known for their solid rhythms, layered melodies and vocal textures, the band enjoyed success overseas prior to landing back in Canada. In 1987 the band signed a deal with MCA/Universal, which would see their first internationally released album "Blvd.", producing the hit singles ?Never Give Up? and ?Far From Over? establishing them as a fixture of the Canadian music scene in the 80s. Their self-titled debut album was recorded at Ocean Sound and Little Mountain Sound in Vancouver by producer Pierre 'Baz' Bazinet and was mixed by notable rock producers Bob Rock, Mike Fraser and Umberto Gatica. Following two very successful tours with Glass Tiger and Boston in 1988, Boulevard was awarded the coveted People's Choice Award by Music Express Magazine as ?Best new group?. Following the success of their first album, the band released "Into The Street" in 1990, produced by John Punter who produced the singles ?Crazy Life? and ?Lead Me On?.\nIn 2014 the band was invited to perform at Firefest in Nottingham England and played their first show in over 25 years, in front of many diehard fans. Many consider this to be one of the best shows ever at Firefest. In 2015 the band released ?Boulevard - Live From Gastown?, a DVD which features all five of the band's Canadian top 40 singles, as well as some classic tracks from the bands repertoire. The DVD was filmed live on February 27, 2015 at Vancouver?s legendary Warehouse Studio.\nBoulevard is back, bigger and better than ever with a brand-new album titled "Boulevard IV - Luminescence", the band's first studio album in 27 years. The band stays true to their passion charged rhythms, textured melodic landscapes and powerful lyrics in this this beautifully crafted body of work that will take the listener down the Boulevard of what is possible.\nSource: melodicrock.com
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MelodicRock Records is proud to announce the AOR masterpiece that is the first Boulevard album in 27 years, "Boulevard IV - Luminescence". It took just one listen to this supremely recorded album for MRR to realise that the guys had to be signed immediately. For those fans of the band?s first two MCA released records, "Boulevard IV - Luminescence" is so worth the wait.\nFrom the breezy AOR perfection of "Out Of The Blue" to the more intense and layered first single "Life Is A Beautiful Thing" and one of the best ballads you?ll hear in "What I?d Give", to the moody essence that is "I Can?t Tell You Why" that features an outstanding lead vocal and accompanying saxophone, "Luminescence" is a very diverse album, gelled by the performance of a lifetime and the best possible production and mix studios like Abbey Road can offer.\nBoulevard is a Canadian band that got their start in Germany with the release of their first single ?Rainy Day in London? in 1984 which went to #45 on the Billboard charts in Europe. Known for their solid rhythms, layered melodies and vocal textures, the band enjoyed success overseas prior to landing back in Canada. In 1987 the band signed a deal with MCA/Universal, which would see their first internationally released album "Blvd.", producing the hit singles ?Never Give Up? and ?Far From Over? establishing them as a fixture of the Canadian music scene in the 80s. Their self-titled debut album was recorded at Ocean Sound and Little Mountain Sound in Vancouver by producer Pierre 'Baz' Bazinet and was mixed by notable rock producers Bob Rock, Mike Fraser and Umberto Gatica. Following two very successful tours with Glass Tiger and Boston in 1988, Boulevard was awarded the coveted People's Choice Award by Music Express Magazine as ?Best new group?. Following the success of their first album, the band released "Into The Street" in 1990, produced by John Punter who produced the singles ?Crazy Life? and ?Lead Me On?.\nIn 2014 the band was invited to perform at Firefest in Nottingham England and played their first show in over 25 years, in front of many diehard fans. Many consider this to be one of the best shows ever at Firefest. In 2015 the band released ?Boulevard - Live From Gastown?, a DVD which features all five of the band's Canadian top 40 singles, as well as some classic tracks from the bands repertoire. The DVD was filmed live on February 27, 2015 at Vancouver?s legendary Warehouse Studio.\nBoulevard is back, bigger and better than ever with a brand-new album titled "Boulevard IV - Luminescence", the band's first studio album in 27 years. The band stays true to their passion charged rhythms, textured melodic landscapes and powerful lyrics in this this beautifully crafted body of work that will take the listener down the Boulevard of what is possible.\nSource: melodicrock.com

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Artist
Boulevard
Format
CD
Reference:
PRO1808-2423
Availability date:
2017-09-22

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