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Frank Marino (And Mahogany Rush) - 1977 World Anthem
There's nothing here that truly stands out as being exceptional. From my perspective, the material here was too much of a mixed bag.

Mahogany Rush - 1976 Mahogany Rush IV
Alongside Rush, Pat Travers Band pre Pat Thrall, Robin Trower, Truth And Janey, Mahogany Rush were one of the pre-eminent power trios of the 70's bar none, and I'll admit to finding and appreciating some of their earlier works, like this one.

Marino, Frank - 1982 Juggernaut
'Juggernaut' is an interesting affair due to the style changes Frank exhibits here. This is no longer wah-wah crazy antics from years gone by. No, this is carefully crafted melodic rock, with a focus on songs, cool arrangements and selective solos with the trigger pulled at the appropriate time.

Marino, Frank (and Mahogany Rush) - 1980 Whats Next
Excellent studio set from Canadian guitar ace Frank Marino. Probably his best effort.

Marino, Frank (and Mahogany Rush) - 1981 The Power Of Rock and Roll
Wasn't 1981 a great year for hard rock? I thought so. Many excellent LP's found their way into my collection, but it would be many years later that Frank Marino's 'The Power Of Rock N Roll' would find its way to my vinyl pile.

Marino, Frank (And Mahogany Rush) - 2000 Eye Of The Storm
The material is nothing like the barnstorming stuff from his glory days. Frank's sound fuses jazz, psychedelic, fusion, blues and progressive angles, and tone wise, his guitar has a bit of Eric Johnson, Pat Thrall, Joe Satriani, Carlos Santana and other modern day axe-slingers in it.