Silver Condor (band)

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Silver Condor was an Album Oriented Rock (AOR) band in the early 1980s. They released two albums, Silver Condor (1981) and Trouble at Home (1983). They made their only Billboard Hot 100 appearance with a track off their first album, "You Could Take My Heart Away," which reached #32 in 1981.


The band's line-up shifted considerably between their first and second albums, with lead singer Joe Cerisano being the only constant member. The first incarnation of the band also featured the renowned guitarist Earl Slick. The second album featured well-known bassist Kenny Aaronson as well as future Autograph frontman Steve Plunkett on rhythm guitar.


Personnel for debut album[edit]

Personnel for Trouble at Home[edit]

Also features several guest appearances

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