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Barry Goudreau
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on September 2, 2009
Barry Goudreau first solo album released back in 1980 is a very good album overall. This album was recorded with help from Boston's members Brad Delp, Sib Hashian & Fran Cosmo. At first, you will think that you are hearing a new Boston album!!! It's the distinctive "Boston" guitar sound from Goudreau, who also produce is solo project, that gives you that impression. There is a total of nine decent rock & roll songs including the radio single "Dreams".

Barry Goudreau solo album should be considered as a pleasant surprise.
The Razor & Tie release has also new annotation by Barry Goudreau with the original packaging.
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on April 10, 2000
No offense to Tom Scholz, but if you didn't know that this was a solo album you'd swear that Boston put out a third album in the 70's (well, ok, it came out in 1980). Mean Woman Blues is by far one of the best this lineup (minus Tom S.) recorded. Get it, it's great!
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on August 22, 1998
This album features band members from the group Boston, and is very similar in sound. If you like power chords and rock and roll, this album is a must have.
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on May 4, 1999
Barry has done a better job with this album than with Orion The Hunter. Would love to hear new material from him.
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