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4 weeks ago
Alfie2
Saw them once, at the Marquee in London, when they were promoting "Listen Like Thieves". Recall it being excellent, and they were a great live band. Enjoyed their albums up to "Kick", less so their later albums. I'll have to revisit "Elegantly Wasted" given the comments above.
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5 weeks ago
Alfie2
I remember buying a few of their albums, Attitudes as mentioned being the best, but I can't claim to have listened to any of them for years. Will have to have another listen some time. The one track I have returned to is "Room in Your Life" from "V". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TY89ikL7d3I
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2 months ago
Alfie2
1957 Tail Fin Fiasco: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tw1VgoTvslw
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3 months ago
Alfie2
Great band. Saw them support Saga in London, & then play a smaller gig a few years later. Would be good if there's more new music to come from them.
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3 months ago
Alfie2
Russia & Force 10 are both excellent, & quirky at times. Russia is the better of the two for me.
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4 months ago
Alfie2
In my experience "professional" is usually any camera with a detachable lens, failing to distinguish between professional and enthusiast. A relaxed approach as before would be welcome, though I've no idea if this will be the case.
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4 months ago
Alfie2
Indeed - a photo I took at Firefest a few years ago.
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4 months ago
Alfie2
Great track. Love Pugwash.
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4 months ago
Alfie2
Zappacosta - s/t Saga - Silent Knight Zon - Astral Projector Sheriff - s/t Von Groove - s/t
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1 year ago
Alfie2
Mick Wilson currently in 10CC was on percussion & backing vocals, and Iain Hornal, who's also been playing with Graham Gouldman, was also on backing vocals. Below is a link to an excellent track from Iain's old band which was sadly never released. https://myspace.com/thegeniusband/music/song/everybody-needs-a-helping-hand-24927065-24728250
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1 year ago
Alfie2
They're also due to play the Borderline in London on Tuesday 9th September.
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2 years ago
Alfie2
Bookmarks has some great songs, but I find its predecessor Slice a bit more consistent throughout. I may just need to live with Bookmarks for longer. Have enjoyed all their albums though.
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2 years ago
Alfie2
Keith was excellent when I saw him with 7th Heaven in Chicago a couple of years ago. Looking forward to seeing him play at the Water Rats in London while he's over here.
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2 years ago
Alfie2
Great gig. A couple of other tracks I'd rather have heard, but that's trivial given the chance to see them play in London. There was a great atmosphere there.
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2 years ago
Alfie2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYz_7gq6jYQ - The Rosenbergs - Sucking on a Plum https://soundcloud.com/dave-hill-10/if-it-takes-all-night-by - Valley Lodge - If It Takes All Night http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hYwDmcXQig - Frisbie -SFB http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEwvbrKj5zg - The Dreaming Spires - Everything All the Time
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2 years ago
Alfie2
Great shame. Was looking forward to seeing him in Gravesend & Camden. Damo seemed to have put great effort into bring RT over.
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2 years ago
Alfie2
Christian Phillips playing a track on his own from the gorgeous Sonic Executive Sessions album from a few years ago. For those who like Jellyfish/Bleu etc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsEBghExrPQ
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2 years ago
Alfie2
Been playing Memory in the Making quite a bit recently. Its better than I had remembered.
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2 years ago
Alfie2
Definitely prefer Billy Satellite's original of "I Wanna Go Back" to Eddie Money's cover. "Runnin' Away" would be one of my favourite tracks of his, from my favourite album, No Control.
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2 years ago
Alfie2
Very sad news.
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2 years ago
Alfie2
Saw that video earlier & its a good track. Maybe not quite another "Meeting Mr Miandad". Looking forward to seeing them at Lords in a couple of weeks on the Monday before the Ashes start.
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2 years ago
Alfie2
Read about this on Robert Tepper's Twitter account. Surprised, but looking forward to it. Hopefully he won't just play the one gig.
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2 years ago
Alfie2
Saw them play a gig at the Marquee around the same time. Excellent.
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2 years ago
Alfie2
Bought it when it was released, but hadn't played for ages until last Saturday, prompted by the Fireworks inteview with EM. Remembered it being good, but had forgotten how good.
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3 years ago
Alfie2
Annoyingly missed out when the instrumental albums were released recently, but CD versions are being released on 12 March. Looking forward to hearing the tracks.
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3 years ago
Alfie2
Love both bands, but Jellyfish in particular. I can't think of an album I enjoy listening to more than Spilt Milk.
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3 years ago
Alfie2
Just to echo the comments above. Looking forward to hearing the tracks.
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3 years ago
Alfie2
Talc are recording a 3rd album. Could be a while before its finished, but I like the first two. http://talconline.com/music/ Looking forward to the next State Cows' album. The first one was excellent.
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3 years ago
Alfie2
Difficult choice, but I'd opt for Michael McDermott in the Montrose Room, Chicago in August.
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3 years ago
Alfie2
The Dreaming Spires - Brothers In Brooklyn
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