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Kimball Jamison

Definitely the best material I've heard from the both of these artists in quite some time. Full, lush harmonies reign thruout. Boiling hot band backing them up. Sizzling guitar work. It's nice to know this music lives on while all the other artists are busy releasing "remixes". Pure Arena Rock. A very enjoyable piece of work.


Nearly as good as Jimi's "Never Too Late." The addition of Bobby Kimball's vocals is great. I never listened a ton to Toto, but there is no mistaking his voice. Jimi jamison is my favorite vocalist when he has great songs to get into. That's not always been the case outside of Survivor. But "Kimball-Jamison," "History," and "Never Too Late" are a brilliant run of music late in his career.


Great music


Born: March 29, 1947 in Vinton, LA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Bobby Kimball is a singer whose career has been highlighted by million-selling and Grammy-winning triumphs, and tragic personal missteps followed by redemption. He was born in 1947 and grew up in Vinton, Louisiana. As early as age five he manifested an interest in music, and started singing. He later learned the piano and he listened to a lot of Dixieland jazz, which was undergoing a revival in the early and mid-'50s. His later influences were mostly from the world of R&B, especially Ray Charles...
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