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Shakin' Like a Human Being

Kim Mitchell

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Album Review

The partnership of Canadian guitarist Kim Mitchell and lyricist Pye Dubois produces a strong, third post-Max Webster release. Sounding more confident than ever with his singing, Mitchell demonstrates real stylistic range, all written by himself and his partner. There's the VU meter-abusing "Get Lucky" to kick things off and, later, the piquancy of budding childhood romances in "Patio Lanterns." Peter Fredette contributes sympathetic singing backup.

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Kim Mitchell

Shakin 'Like a Human Being is the second solo album by Canadian singer and guitarist Kim Mitchell. The album was released in 1986 and is 1986 and is certifed triple platinum in Canada.

Essential Canadian summer album.

If you are looking for a summer album to remind you of your 80's youth this is the one to choose. As soon as you hear "Patio Lanterns" it should and will all flood back.

Kim Mitchell

From the opening drums to Get Lucky(Boys and Girls) to the last notes of "Hitting The Ground", Mitchell's second album is one of the best sounding, well written and produced FM rock friendly albums. Only 4 years since the disbanding of Max Webster, Kim Mitchell has proved that his overall song writing and producing skills were well hidden with his former band. Five stars for this album that has sold in excess of 300, 000 albums in Canada

Biography

Born: 1952 in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Born in 1952 in Ontario, Canada, Kim Mitchell formed the band Max Webster in 1973. After splitting from the group, he became a solo artist, releasing his self-titled debut in 1982. The follow-up, Akimbo Alogo (1984), was his most successful album; featuring the single "Go for Soda," it went double platinum in Canada. Four albums followed:...
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