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4 days ago
PJayBe
Yet again UFO have made an amazing album. The roll the band are on of late is unreal. It really makes me wonder what they could have achieved if they had been "with it" through their heyday and been able to keep up the tremendous workrate they had back then rather than falling apart as sadly happened. Philip
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13 days ago
PJayBe
Loving it more everytime I play it!! The missus yesterday pointed out the similarities between Black Water and Oasis' The Importance Of Being Idle........ Philip
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17 days ago
PJayBe
Landed this morninjg (just as I was leaving for work). Home for a quick beak, so a chance for a rapid listen. Sounds amazing, can't wait to get my ears on it properly. Philip
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17 days ago
PJayBe
Wardy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hey Sean, can you list the tracklist for that live > CD? > > The 3 new tunes live is pretty much the decider > already, but the magazine is a heft price > DownUnder (early import too so may need wait for > the regular edition to hit shelves in several > weeks time). If there's a couple differ
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25 days ago
PJayBe
Many thanks for your remarkably prompt reply. Will reach the other one (Volume Seven unless my memory is paying its usual tricks on me) in due course and enjoy!!!!! Here's hoping for more. Philip
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25 days ago
PJayBe
Hi - I am having one of my sessions where I am working my Andrew's compilation CDs a disc a day, and have just reched Volume Three. I love the Mike Tharin & Danny Vaughn track, and was wondering if any album was ever released by the pair?? Philip
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26 days ago
PJayBe
arenean Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "buy the lot"! Interestingly. that's what I'd say!!! The albums are a varied mix, with the two actual "Covers" albums coming up the shortest to me, but are still well worth a listen. The last two CDs, Eldorado Hotel and Red Planet Boulevard are awesome, whilst Lady MacBeth is a fine piece of
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5 weeks ago
PJayBe
For the heavier stuff Big Ian definitely, but DC had the edge on the bluesier material. There you go, so much sitting on the fence I've got splinters in my arse!!! Philip
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6 weeks ago
PJayBe
peteaor Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I even liked the Notorious CD he did with Robin > George. Even liked???? That's a great album, and the slightly altered reissue (Radio Silence) that came out through Angel Air knocked spots off the original. http://www.angelair.co.uk/?tcp_product=notorious-radio-silence Philip
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6 weeks ago
PJayBe
desmobile Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > if i remember well, there also were songs recorded > with stock aitken waterman at that time. I'd heard they came after this, just before Ram It Down was recorded. Interesting concept though. Philip
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7 weeks ago
PJayBe
I liked it. Decent compialtion, not much stuff I already owned, all for a good cause. Can't argue with that from my where I stand / sit / type. Philip
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2 months ago
PJayBe
Just bought on my way home from work. Now after my shower I shall try out my new reclining sofa and give it a read!!!!! Philip
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2 months ago
PJayBe
Love it other than Feeling Hot (bad hair metal and so far beneath JP I wonder how he was talked into it). I was working in a record shop when it came out and we were sent a promo cassette (printed white sleeve, no pictures - remember those) and the manager and myself stuck it on and got ready for a good old laugh. What a shock we had!!! Damn fine piece of work, still drag it out now for a
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3 months ago
PJayBe
Playing in town next week, and having seen the setlist I may go. Purely personally I have lost a little respect for Andy Powell after his "business" dealing with Martin Turner, but this forum probably isn't the place to open up that can of worms, so I'll shut up now!!!!! Philip
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3 months ago
PJayBe
I was hoping it might be one of their "mega-EPs" out in time for the tour....... Philip
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4 months ago
PJayBe
It's a fine album too. Seems strange that after everyone has praised them for being "tougher" than they've been for ages with the Frantic Four shows, they take this route. Very Seeger Sessions feel to the songs, really loving it. Philip
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4 months ago
PJayBe
Don't know if you're in the UK, but our local Smiths had it on day of issue. Good read too. Philip
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4 months ago
PJayBe
First album a classic, one of the great "Soft-rock" albums of all time. I felt he tended to repeat himself a little after that, so still only have that one, but by heck, I play it a lot!! Philip
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5 months ago
PJayBe
An advert for a soul night local to me in the UK featuring the cover of the first Mecca album as its "cover" photo. Link in first message, unless they've change the piccie by now....... Philip
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5 months ago
PJayBe
Hopefully on its way over the "pond" to me as I type. Will be a good musical day for me when my ship comes in!!!!! Philip
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5 months ago
PJayBe
Hopefully winging its way across the Atlantic in my direction soon!! Can't wait (and hopefully The Post Orifice won't lose the parcel this time, I'd hate to test Mr. Kivel's patiece again). Philip
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5 months ago
PJayBe
Just received a regular update from Eventful regarding gigs and such in my area, which tells of : Mecca - Soul, Motown and Funk Classics in Blackburn. However, the picture illustrating this is of the first Mecca album, and that's what caught my eye straight away!!!! See here : http://eventful.com/events/mecca-soul-motown-and-funk-classics-/E0-001-074587544-9?lid=weg&utm_source=ema
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5 months ago
PJayBe
Got the Wings Over America Best Buy edition from EBay at a very sensible price. Might be worth looking on there....... Philip
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6 months ago
PJayBe
I've only seen the ludicrously expensive Japanese version for sale, no sign of any other country getting it...... Philip
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6 months ago
PJayBe
Warrior21 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If you don't own it, you may want to hunt down > their "Electric Eye" DVD. It's a compilation of > videos, but there's also a full-length 1986 > concert from the "Turbo" tour on there, as well. Own it and play it loud!!!!! Well worth a watch. Philip
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6 months ago
PJayBe
Not sure any of those songs were ever done live. Have to agree though, Turbo was a great album, a stylistic change that actually worked. Pity it was followed by Ram It Down................. Philip
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7 months ago
PJayBe
Mine's on the way here, really looking forward to it if it's owt like the first!!! Philip
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7 months ago
PJayBe
Night Ranger the bigger band for sure (at this moment in time). Personally though, it's Damn Yankees for me!!!! Philip
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7 months ago
PJayBe
Will keep watching for the postie during my "weekend" (Monday - Wednesday) and hoping for a nice package through the door!!! Philip
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7 months ago
PJayBe
A customer at work tasted my wife's carrot cake last week and exclaimed, "OH MY GOD!!!!" at the top of her voice. M The carrot cake is the best you will ever taste. Listening to this I know how she felt at that moment in time!!!!!!! Philip
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