is the fourth album by the American Keel glam metal band Keel, released on June 21, 1987. This was the last album to feature guitarists Marc Ferrari and Brian Jay, as they left the band a year later. They eventually re-joined Keel in 1998 to release and again in 2008 for the band's 25th anniversary. Keel VI: Back in Action [4 ]
This was the band's first album since their 1984 debut
to be produced by someone other than Lay Down the Law Gene Simmons.
Track listing [ edit ]
- 4:05 ( Ron Keel) "Somebody's Waiting"
- 3:09 ( Jack Ponti, Russ Arcara) "Cherry Lane"
- 3:25 (R. Keel, Kenny Chaisson, Dwain Miller) "Calm Before the Storm"
- 4:28 (R. Keel, Jimmy Bain) "King of the Rock"
- 3:22 (R. Keel, Chaisson, Marc Ferrari, Miller)
"It's a Jungle Out There"
- 3:46 (R. Keel, Chaisson, Miller) "I Said the Wrong Thing to the Right Girl"
- 4:20 (R. Keel, Ferrari) "Don't Say You Love Me"
- 3:37 (Ponti, Arcara) "If Love Is a Crime (I Wanna Be Convicted)"
- 3:45 (Ferrari, Chaisson) "4th of July"
- 3:50 (Bryan Jay, R. Keel, Chaisson, Miller)
"Calm Before the Storm" was co-written by
Jimmy Bain of Dio and Rainbow fame.
Personnel [ edit ]
Ron Keel – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Marc Ferrari – guitars, backing vocals Bryan Jay – guitars, backing vocals
Kenny Chaisson – bass, backing vocals
Dwain Miller – drums, backing vocals
Singles [ edit ]
"Somebody's Waiting" / "I Said the Wrong Thing to the Right Girl"
References [ edit ]