Avion – Avion – 1983

Randall Waller released a couple solo albums before leading Avion. This great 80’s album has an excellent 80’s rock pop feel and had some secular success. The guitar work is strong and on some songs the album leans more to Rock. Avion was originally called Lionheart but changed names early in their run. The band had 2 studio albums and a live album. The band disbanded in 1987 after the untimely death of the keyboard player Evan Murray. Randall Waller has continued on to play with many big stars including, Keith Urban, Shania Twain, and Rose Tattoo. This is a great album that should have sold better but at least we can continue to enjoy it today.

1 – I Need You – 3:51
2 – Diamond Eyes – 4:17
3 – Lady Of The Night – 2:58
4 – We Can Try – 3:24
5 – Warrior – 4:34
6 – Never Let Me Go – 4:27
7 – Where Do We Go From Here – 3:40
8 – Always Waiting – 3:32
9 – Who’s Crying Now – 3:06
10 – Once Bitten, Twice Shy – 3:19

Bass, Backing Vocals – Kendall Waller
Drums, Backing Vocals – John Waller
Guitar – Martyn Toole
Keyboards – Evan Murray
Producer – Chris Gilbey
Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Randall Waller

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Ray Mansfield

Author: Ray Mansfield

One of the founding cowboys of Real 80s CCM. Been listening to this stuff since 1978.

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