BRIAR: Edge of a broken Heart 7″ (Bon Jovi, Sambora song!) + La Bamba (Brilliant Mexican folk song cover) + 1. Check audio

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This is a J.Bon Jovi, R.Sambora/ D.Chils song, only the music is not as in the Bon Jovis version of the song. Its different, but it is at least as good and also melodic.

Briar – Edge of a broken heart 7″ Single, PRT Records 1987
1. Edge of a broken heart
2. La Bamba [La Bamba is a Mexican folk song, originally from the state of Veracruz, best known from a 1958 adaptation by Ritchie Valens, a top 40 hit in the U.S.]
3. Don’t forget me when you’re on your island

A new record deal with PRT was signed and a new single put out “Edge of a broken heart” was the bands first hit, No 1 in the national rock charts, ahead of the likes of Def Leppard & Whitesnake, the song eventually reached only lower reaches of top 50 in the national singles chart, owing to Gallup (chart organiser) banning it because Jonathan King had plugged it 2 weeks running in his “The Sun” national newspaper column. This is a J.Bon Jovi, R.Sambora/ D.Chils song, only the music is not as in the Bon Jovis version of the song. Its different, but it is at least as good and also melodic.


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