After having recorded a couple of solo albums and having produced some French and American artists, Frédéric Slama decided to start a "one man band". This marked the birth of his project AOR, always using the cream of US session players. In 2000, the first album L.A. concession was released and gave Frédéric big respect in the Westcoast / AOR music scene. The second album Next stop L.A. was released one year later. It was in 2002 that Frédéric Slama released his third album L.A. reflection, which was considered to be the best Westcoast CD of the year by many journalists and fans. In 2003, Frédéric Slama returned with Dreaming of L.A. and in 2004, Frédéric released Nothing but the best, a compilation album featuring the best songs from his previous CD's with unreleased tracks. AOR was back again in 2006 on MTM with a new cd called L.A. attraction featuring as always the cream of L.A session players. The current album L.A concession was actually released in 2000 as a strictly limited "private pressing" on CD-R only. when this album appeared on eBay, prices usually ranged around € 150,-. Finally, this extraordinary production is presented as an official release. The fully remastered CD now includes 4 previously unreleased bonus tracks.