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2 months ago
Ayup
Arrived from CD Japan today. First impression, like it a lot, more instant than What If, heavier and grooves all the way through. Only thing not to like, is the mastering, very loud with noticeable digital distortion/clipping in several places. Could be me my system and the high spec HQCD on my system, but its not enough to detract from this being a good album (on my second spin now) N
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5 months ago
Ayup
Don't mind him packing in touring, hope he continues to record and produce albums to stand alongside Glossolalia, Shadowman and Streets. Which to me are preferable to his Kansas stuff (apart from the Morse albums)
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1 year ago
Ayup
This band may appeal to folks on here, went to see them at the Plug in Sheffield last night, and they were excellent. They've got a Black Crowes/Cry of Love/Americana vibe and the songs are really good, topped off with a great singer. Also, their drummer is a lefty, can't recall ever seeing a drummer with a kit the other way round. There's a few clips on youtube including their debut EP.
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1 year ago
Ayup
Not seen any mention of this album on here. A new Greg Howe Project, great stuff similar to Sass Jordon/SUN with a great Funk/Rock/Blues vibe. Really good stuff, not an instant thing but the songs have really grown on my over the last few weeks. Its not Howe II (which I really liked) but for me it preferable to the style he's been realeasing in recent years. It's available on Itunes and
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1 year ago
Ayup
My 2 penneth on of last night in Sheffield Well attended show (not a sell out) Thunder - Solid set played key favourites. Overall an enjoyable set, the sound was good. Whitesnake - very good, for what they are these days, set was varied with Gambler included. His voice is what it is these days, he could wander around the stage say "yes indeed" 'ere's a song for yer" Make s
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1 year ago
Ayup
Ahh ok, it's how we colloquially sometime say " hello" in Yorkshire Cheers Rich
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1 year ago
Ayup
Nay, I'm from Sheffield, ironically the home town of the band that Loud Lion pay homage to Cheers Rich
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1 year ago
Ayup
If you've only heard a few tracks, check Bleu's website as its got 7 tracks on there. http://www.bleutopia.com/music/ cheers Rich
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1 year ago
Ayup
The UFO Box is close to the Bootleg Boxset (it adds a Dvd, and couple of Sessions which are on the Chrysalis years Box and the Knebworth set which was download only before, but misses out a couple of great Schenker shows) http://www.amazon.co.uk/Official-Bootleg-Collection-UFO/dp/B0027HB9UE/ref=sr_1_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1360321897&sr=1-1 Though was suprised at the silly money thi
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2 years ago
Ayup
Two Fires is a great album. Does anyone know if there was another album planned album after FTH, that eventually became TF ? There's a gig on youtube with a quite few unreleased tracks that seem to be from around that time. http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=jimmy+barnes+live+1989&oq=jimmy+barnes+live+1989&gs_l=youtube-reduced.3...889.2438.0.3440.5.3.0.2.2.0.371.712.3-2.2.
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2 years ago
Ayup
Cyndi Lauper live in Japan on True Colors tour - Aldo Nova playing guitar and David Rosenthal Keys. Great gig.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hluQ3hgzb7Q Always thaought Aldo's hair from the the Blood on the Bricks era had a "certain" synthetic look... Wonder what he's hiding under the hat in this vid.
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2 years ago
Ayup
Excellent album, its been available as a download only for sometime, will defo get a copy on cd when it comes out. IMO its got the edge on the MTB album, (it's essentially the same band) Songs are all consistently excellent (if slight cheesy lyrically at times) and I'm hard pressed to think of a bigger tear jerker than Goodnight Irene. Glad to see some extra tracks include from the S
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2 years ago
Ayup
Another great catchy song, cheers for the link. I know he's not unknown to the folks on this board, but I'd not picked up on him previously. But thanks to Amazon for steering me towards Bleu, usually I ignore the Amazon "like that try this" links they give you, but the one that I got off the Jellyfish live album came up trumps this time.
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2 years ago
Ayup
Cheers for the link I'll check it out later.
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2 years ago
Ayup
As a bit of fun the Loud Lion stuff is great, but its little too close to the orginal source to carry a full album. Didn't realise it was soundtrack stuff, thought its was just part of the "parody" that it references old horror films for the majority of its titles. All the samples on Soundcloud are great, the Blizzard of 05, stuff is really good too.
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2 years ago
Ayup
Yes, forgot about LEO, already got that one. At the time I never picked up that he had solo stuff out too, I picked LEO up for the Jellyfish connection. The Aquavila album is good too, same sort of things as Loud Lion and LEO but influenced by McCartney, but I like Aquavila and have have never really liked Macca
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2 years ago
Ayup
Yeah, late to the party with this one, he has a new album out called 4. But I was so impressed by the stuff, thought I'd post about him in case anyone was interested. I also did search for any previous posts and couldn't find any, so thought I was safe in not raking over old ground Also, the Loud Lion stuff is fairly recent, so I'm not completely geriatric with my posting : )
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2 years ago
Ayup
Great song. Still waiting for Watched Pot to arrive, so not sure how that album holds up against Redhead. I ordered the cd off his website, as the prices on Amazon for that album are steep.
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2 years ago
Ayup
Ayup I'm a frequent lurker and occasional poster here. But I came accross a album by a bloke called Bleu that I thought might appeal to those who like powerpop and Jellyfish. The album I got was called Redhead (its a quid on Amazon UK) and its really good, catchy powerpop that's not shallow. Liked it so much I've ordered a load of other stuff off his page. He has a load of sample songs
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3 years ago
Ayup
Glen released some demo cd's via his website a while ago (they're no longer available) which were : - Welcome to Hollywood Demos - Songs you can hardly hear and - You Bought You Name it - A&M Demos for Heroes and Zero's follow up that was never released - Ed Sciaky Radio Broadcast All are excellent quality and would warrant a reissue as they were CDR's. - Ages ago, I sent Queenie,
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3 years ago
Ayup
Hi I'd also recommend : JOJO - Self titled Prisoner - Tommy Denander
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3 years ago
Ayup
Got my copy yesterday, great stuff. Thanks Andrew
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