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PJayBe
They clearly didn't blow the budget on the packaging and if they're outtakes it blows any theory that they left the rockers off the albums to put the ballads on clean out of the water..... Andrew's honest review is his opinion, and he is right to state it, but having said that I quite like bits of the the album in the same way I quite like bits of most recent BJ CDs!!! Roll on the Street ta
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Yesterday
PJayBe
...............and finally Merv's promised Clitheroe show!! That's a hometown gig for me. Can actually walk there!! Hope the band use the Grand's excellent facilities to make a live recording. Philip
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8 days ago
PJayBe
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It's a best of comp. You don't have the regular > releases ith all the included tracks? Why bother? > Just curious..T From what I remember it's a disc of Best Of.... and a disc of rarities. Philip
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8 days ago
PJayBe
Whose pre-order do you mean?? Philip
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15 days ago
PJayBe
Bit rubbish as tours go. Wonder what happened to the promised Clitheroe Grand show Merv told me about......... Philip
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20 days ago
PJayBe
Really looking forward to these. Tracked down a sensibly priced copy of the debut, so a full set will be rather fab!! Philip
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22 days ago
PJayBe
We'll be at The railway in Bromley Cross. Great venue, and very handy for us. Set should be interesting, he has a lot of satuff to choose from!! Philip
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5 weeks ago
PJayBe
Wonderful news. Managed to see them just the once, supporting FM, would be great to have them back again. Philip
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5 weeks ago
PJayBe
The combination of Warren and Railroad Earth is awesome, the aklbum sounds every bit as good as I expected it to. Philip
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6 weeks ago
PJayBe
adolfo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ...........and is more of the same ................you expected something different??? Philip
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6 weeks ago
PJayBe
Shame it's not all 4 albums....... Philip
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8 weeks ago
PJayBe
Really looking forward to this, should be a cracker. Philip
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2 months ago
PJayBe
My original DVD recorded from the old satellite box years ago has : Lay Down Your Guns Sweat It Out Flame Trees Burn Baby Burn Seven Days Stone Cold Stand Up Too Much Ain't Enough Love Khe Sahn Wheels In Motion River Deep Mountain High I'm Still On Your Side Stand By Me The Weight Driving Wheels Good Times Working Class Man Do Or Die Simply The Best Resurrection Shuffle Goo
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2 months ago
PJayBe
Rather handy that it comes out on my daughter's 21st!! That's one pressie sorted. Please don't put it back guys......... Philip
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3 months ago
PJayBe
Does anybody know the provenence of the tracks on this disc??? Obviously I remember some from singles, B-sides and such, but not all. Ta, Philip
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3 months ago
PJayBe
aorchappie Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > So was it a tenner or £25? I thought it was the > latter or was the 2009 proper release £25, bet > that is what I'm remembering. > > scott. Sure mine was about a tenner, can't see the missus letting me spend £25, even on an FM disc!!!! Philip
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3 months ago
PJayBe
I've bought a few things "upfront" from various pledge sites, usually artists I really want to help, and am happy to do so. I object tobands like Status Quo using it as a gimmicky marketing tool as they did for the acoustic CD recently. It should be people who really need the assistance. Paid over the odds for a disc or two perhaps, but don't usually get too carried away with what we sp
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3 months ago
PJayBe
Richard Epps Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Scott, > Your friend is correct,the original Vintage and > Rare with the black booklet was produced for the > 2007 Firefest.I have it and bought it their,early > in the day from the merch stall.It is signed.It > proved to be popular so was put out again by the > website/Naughty Records.It wa
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3 months ago
PJayBe
Yes, bought at the reunion gig captured here : http://www.firefestofficial.com/site/index.php/releases/11-releases/20-fm-live .......featuring a shot of me losing it completely early on in the set as I realise just what I'm actually witnessing, and that I'm not about to waken up from a dream!!!! FM were also on in 2009 though, couldn't make it that year....... Philip
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3 months ago
PJayBe
So I have black cover, CD copy bought at Firefest in 2007. No signatures, and sadly no annotation. I always wished someone could list the provenance of all the tracks on thuis fine set. Philip
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3 months ago
PJayBe
Magic Pie definitely up alongside their other works. Great sounding album. Check out the latest from IZZ, Everlasting Instant, final part of a trilogy of superb albums, would love to see over in the UK sometime. Philip
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3 months ago
PJayBe
Just got home from work and the Magic Pie is on my doormat, so off for a much anticipated play through now. Philip
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3 months ago
PJayBe
Rolling Stones - Exile On Main Street. Never liked them, though God knows I've listened to enough to try, but cannot get enough of the above album. Got books and all sorts about it, but it's the only one that does it for me. Philip
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3 months ago
PJayBe
Just landed, so getting some serious blasting right now!!! Sounds like "classic" Nelson to me, huge fun and hugely singalongable. Still think their best track is the Andrew-donated cheese-fest "Church Of Rock N Roll" (Melodic Rock Volume VIII) though. Philip
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3 months ago
PJayBe
Tony Bainbridge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > No plans for another AOR mag at the moment > > http://www.melodicrock.com/phorum52/read.php?1,100 > 0738,1000818#msg-1000818 Shame
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3 months ago
PJayBe
2littleangels Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Good reviews - shame CR have dumped their AOR > mag...... Still pops out intermittently (oo-er missus), should be one due soon-ish I would have thought. Philip
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3 months ago
PJayBe
Shade Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Endless thread (for Kiss alone like showed above, > has been discussed to death for example in a KISS > Special magazine lateley) > Which magazine is that?? And is it available in the UK?? Philip
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3 months ago
PJayBe
Yellow Matter Custard's 2 sets of Beatles covers. BJ - (Jeff Scott Soto's guitarist) - Acoustic Heroes Driving Mrs Satan - Popscotch Idlefish - Hooked On the 80's Megajam 5 - Megajam 5 .............and the aforementioned Tesla and Lana Lane sets leap out to me. Philip
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3 months ago
PJayBe
So, here goes. Both very short (barely 30 minutes each), so maybe the biggest letdown of this amazing set. DVD 1 Video clips : 1. Next Time Around 2. Undertow 3. All The Way Up 4. Around The World 5. Gotta Love The Ride 2014 Tour Animations 1.One 2. Two DVD 2 1. Live In Indonesia (2 songs filmed from backstage) 2. Mr Big photoshoot(2014) 3. Eric Martin rehearsing in a stairw
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3 months ago
PJayBe
Good but not great album, as sstated above Caught In the Innocence is a cracker, as is I Don't Wanna (Play These Games). Spent good money on the Japanese import, featured a 5 track live CD, can't remember the tracks off hand. Philip
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