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A Little Misunderstood - Collection Vol. Two


Download links and information about A Little Misunderstood - Collection Vol. Two by Mike D'Abo. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:19:17 minutes.

Artist: Mike D'Abo
Release date: 2003
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:19:17
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No. Title Length
1. Rachel's Place 3:07
2. Belinda 3:33
3. Poor Man's Son 3:41
4. You Are the Singer 3:59
5. Feel the Burn 2:52
6. Broken Rainbows 3:37
7. The Last Match 3:11
8. Sittin' On a Wood Floor 3:48
9. Papa Didn't Tell Me 3:39
10. My Load 1:51
11. Salvation Song 3:34
12. My Life (Is Starting from Today) 5:46
13. Little Miss Understood 4:47
14. Battlefield 4:57
15. Stardust Serenade 3:38
16. Happy (Hollywood Symphony) 3:48
17. Runnin' Away from Love 2:54
18. Two Worlds 2:56
19. Ray of Sunshine 3:41
20. Rockin' Chair 3:21
21. Tomorrow On My Mind 6:37



This ex-Manfred Mann vocalist released a pair of estimable solo albums on A&M in the mid-‘70s and A Little Misunderstood – Collection Volume Two distills the essence of these recordings into a single package. Best known for writing the poignant Rod Stewart hit “Handbags and Gladrags,” D’Abo returns repeatedly to the themes of squandered youth and misplaced dreams in his work. As a composer, his piano-based tunes combine well-shaped melodies with unexpected chords, bringing to mind Billy Joel during his Cold Spring Harbor period. Tracks like “Battlefield,” ”My Load” and “My Life (Is Starting from Today)” reflect upon twists of fortune over music tinged with jazz, gospel and ragtime. The sonic settings here range from orchestral pop (“Salvation Song”) to scruffy country (“The Last Match”) and soulful roots-rock (“Broken Rainbows”). While D’Abo’s vocals aren’t particularly distinctive, he does turn in a powerful performance on this collection’s title track, a heart-tugging ode to a streetwalker. A Little Misunderstood makes the case that this neglected artist has more to offer than a few bags and rags.