1984—Imported. Available in the US for the first time ever! Recorded in the mid-’80s, and released only in Canada and Australia. This CD is particularly notable for some of its hybrid fusion influences on songs like “Nothing Is Forever” and “The Fixer.” Other songs: Watch Your Innocence, You’re The Only One, Give Me News I Can Use, Only The Strong Survive, Ain’t Nothin’ Like It Used To Be, Slender Thread Of Hope, Tell Me It’s Allright, Circles of Confusion.
This was the last project recorded at the old American Recording Studio in Studio City, CA. It was there that we recorded six of our previous albums with Richard Podolor and Bill Cooper as engineer and producer and where our recording success had been launched. After the completion of “Paradox” the studio was moved to Woodland Hills, CA. The album title “Paradox” was derived from the fact that it’s music was unusually varied and contained songs some of which were total opposites, such as the tongue in cheek “The Fixer” (about a hit man for hire) and the more compassionate “Slender Thread of Hope”. In addition I also like “Nothing Is Forever” and “Watch Your Innocence” on which Jackie DeShannon (who co-wrote the tune) sings harmony.
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