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Images of Forever Single, Import

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 3, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Import
  • Label: Oxford Circus
  • ASIN: B000T4TP9Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #517,457 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Classic progressive, AOR melodic rock


Jeff Cannata ... what can you say about this guy, Has he made a bad record??? This is great, Sailing Ships has a fantastic soaring chorus and Will the Sky Begin to Fall is another fave on this. I haven't played this for a bit so when I get home I think I'll dig it out . Don't know how hard it is to come by these days but if you like hi tech pomp/aor then grab a copy. --Dream Weaver UK

Finnally adding this gem to my collection!!! Strongly keyboard oriented with just fine vocal lines, this work shows overall one thing: CLASS. I would't compare it with his previous work because to me are both timeless and essentials. I think this is an A.O.R. record just for those who are really into the genre: smooth, well written and being extremely picky: with a tiny lack of guitars. Guys by the way I do have to agree saying this one is FU##### hard to find on cd, and pretty expansive too!! I --Heavy Harmonies

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Justin G. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 2, 2013
Format: Audio CD
Originally released in 1988, Images of Forever was the debut recording by Cannata, essentially a solo project from former Arc Angel singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Jeff Cannata. With this debut, Cannata continued in a melodic rock direction, but this time around keyboards took center stage.

There are times when Images of Forever has an almost progressive pop sound similar to Yes (circa Big Generator), 3 and GTR, but for the most part it's more melodic than progressive. Boulevard comes to mind, as does Saga to some degree. It's an interesting mix of sounds, and with such a heavy synthesizer sound it's one that seems quite dated all these years later. Still, between the musicianship, vocals and songwriting this album is pretty hard to resist if you're a fan of the `80s AOR sound. The single "Sailing Ships" is flat out irresistible, and songs like "Fortune Teller" and the title track are also highlights.

Images of Forever is a really solid AOR offering, but at the same time it probably isn't going to appeal to a wide range of people, even among melodic rock fans. If you enjoy the lighter, more keyboard-oriented AOR and have an appetite for pomp though, Cannata's debut is not to be missed, especially now that it has been reissued.

Edition Notes: AOR Heaven reissued Images of Forever recently as part of their AOR Heaven Classix line. The new version features digitally remastered sound, two bonus tracks (an extended version of "Fortune Teller" and the studio recording "King of Zanzibar") and a booklet with an informative essay by Classic Rock contributor Dave Reynolds. It's a nice reissue all around, and it puts this previously hard to find album back into fans' hands, which is always a good thing.
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I have only recently "discovered" the works of Jeff CANNATA after hearing his latest ARC ANGEL release entitled "Harlequins of Light" (2013) which is an absolutely stunning album in itself! So after hearing that album I had to back track a few years to catch up with Cannata's previous releases. This album IMAGES OF FOREVER is an excellent '80's album for the POP/AOR genre. This album is very keyboard based punctuated with some great melodic guitar riffs. In 1983, I had just gotten out of the USAF and enrolled in college and was mired in term papers and re-learning how to learn. This album really takes me back to the progressive rock of the '80's that I really love. Jeff Cannata's style can easily be compared to a hodgepodge mixture of Moody Blues,Styx, Electric Light Orchestra, and Alan Parsons Project with a little Yes and Mister,Mister mixed in. But at the same time Cannata has a unique sound flavor all his own. His opening track "Fortune Teller" is very Moody Blues-ish and very pop-rockish probably designed to garner airplay but still is an enjoyably catchy tune that I always find myself singing along with.The version I downloaded is obviously remastered re-release of the original 1983 recording and contains a very entertaining re-mix of "Fortune Teller." Track 2 "Hand In Hand" is definitely shades of Styx and Alan Parsons but at the same time well written, arranged and produced.The album as a whole is definitely an impressive AOR/progressive art rock portrait. It is at once uplifting as well as encouraging inner thought examining life around oneself in relation to others. Lyrically Jeff Cannata can be very deep but at times shallow and mildly critical but hey I enjoy challenging lyrics that can have multiple meanings and applications.Read more ›
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By Jon Heggy on February 12, 2014
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I first heard of jeff Cannata from the group arc angel in the 80s had no idea who he was or that he had any other cds out.
This is a very good cd and easy to listen to just sit back and enjoy
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