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MITCH MALLOY 'Best Of' (2004)

Released just in time for the recent UK acoustic tour, this is a cracking introduction to Mitch Malloy’s songs. Mitch Malloy sadly hit the music scene just as grunge was taking over in the early 90’s. But he still managed to score chart success in the US before his then record label, BMG tried to change him into a Michael Bolton (who had veered away from his melodic rock towards sanitised soul music) with the ‘Ceilings & Walls’ album.

Lots to enjoy on here including the better-than-Bon Jovi ‘Cowboy and the Ballerina’; the blissful melodic rock of ‘Anything At All’ and ‘You Lift Me’, with a catchy chorus and Mitch Malloy in fine vocal form. There is a new track on here, ‘Love Misunderstood’ and also a rare acoustic version of ‘Nobody Wins In This War’ (the album version is on here as well), which did feature on some US promos back in the 90’s. Sadly no ‘Forever’, which I rate as one of the best AOR/melodic rock tunes ever.

Mitch Malloy is a criminally underrated vocalist and those who witnessed him in acoustic mode were awe-struck by the man’s voice and songs. A fine introduction for those wishing to try Mitch Malloy’s work and for fans most tracks are remastered, plus you get a new song as well. You can order it from -


Review by Jason Ritchie

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***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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