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April Wine - 1974 Live
There is plenty of material not found on previous albums making 'Live' a good sampler of what the band were capable of in their pre-80's rock days.

April Wine - 1979 Harder.. Faster..
This is an extremely likeable album, and along with their next pairing: 'The Nature Of The Beast' and 'Power Play', things became a whole lot more interesting from this Canadian band.

April Wine - 1981 The Nature Of The Beast
Recorded in England not long after their 1980 European tour, the LP was co-produced by Myles Goodwyn and Mike Stone (Asia, Journey, New England, Whitesnake), and it would become the band's biggest selling LP to that point.

April Wine - 1982 Power Play
After taking considerable time off after the 'Nature Of The Beast' tour, the band reconvened for 'Power Play'. The album sold nearly as well as '..Beast' but the album is nowhere near as fiery as their previous work, suggesting the band had found some sort of corporate convenience in their mid-life crisis.

April Wine - 1984 Animal Grace
'Animal Grace' got a pretty rough deal from fans and critics alike when it came out. Upon reflection it's well produced (Mike Stone) with abundant hooks and melodies.

April Wine - 1985 Walking Through Fire
This was the end of the line for the band, and their Capitol/Aquarius deal was at an end. As an album, it's ok, but you can tell that the desire wasn't there nor the soul.

April Wine - 2006 Roughly Speaking
Roughly speaking (excuse the pun), this is April Wine celebrating their career with a quick short sharp blast of classic rock. This is beer coaster stained rock with an emphasis on 70's values, rather than their flashy 80's melodic rock/AOR back catalogue.

Goodwyn, Myles - 1988 Myles Goodwyn
This is the first and only solo album from April Wine's Myles Goodwyn.

Greenway - 1988 Serious Business
I've seen this album go for top prices on Ebay. It's had some very good raps from reviewers/writers out there over the years, so upon investigation I set out to see if 'Serious Business' was all that it was cracked up to be. Sadly, no. Not the class act I was expecting to hear, but admittedly, it had some very good moments.