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14 days 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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15 days 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 weeks 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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7 weeks 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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7 weeks 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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8 weeks 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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8 weeks 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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8 weeks 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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2 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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2 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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2 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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3 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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3 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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3 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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4 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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4 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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4 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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4 months ago
PJayBe
mullets4geetars Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I also saw kelly and group with longtime members.. > Foreigner's original lineup hasn't been together > since 1977/1978 sooooo there you go. > > Martay Take Dr. Feelgood, still going strong and playing great gigs with no original members. Fairport Convention, one original member but he
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4 months ago
PJayBe
We are at the stage now where many of our favourite bands are going to have to give it up or sign whole new line ups. We have the choice of tribute bands or sort of official tribute bands. As long as there's always a little continuity I don't see the problem. Rick Wakeman, Paul Stanley and Dave Pegg have all said of their respective bands that they almost seeit as being like an orchestra where
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4 months ago
PJayBe
Apparently a set of studio songs left off the album. So, the people who want shorter CDs get their wish, as well as those who think albums should be loinger!!!!!! Philip
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5 months ago
PJayBe
I suppose that when you gota go, you gotta go. Do the band have a "piss-mopping" roadie............. Philip
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5 months ago
PJayBe
The situation reminds me of the folk scene where band members team up for tours and albums in all sorts of configurations. It simply seems to be to be a way of keeping in work and helping the money come in. Philip
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5 months ago
PJayBe
So no follow up to the great Manchester gig from last time round then...... Philip
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5 months ago
PJayBe
As a big prog fan I lost touch with the band with ATTW3, but found Duke a mighty return to form. Sadly it was all downhill (for me) after that...... Philip
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5 months ago
PJayBe
Great album, the start of my musical love-in with Mr. Overland. Nice UFO meets Bad Company (lyrics / music) vibe to it, egst played a lot in this household. 1st albuym is not as good, but does feature Pete Jupp on the drums. Philip
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5 months ago
PJayBe
I remember a Bob Dylan interview in which he said that artists now pack all what they feel are the really good songs at the start of a CD because people just hit play and hear those tracks far more than any others. Philip
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5 months ago
PJayBe
Not too long ago we got a 10 track album, and then if we were really keen we bought 3 or 4 singles with a couple of "B-Sides" apiece. Now with the demise of the single we get them all at once, gaining quantity if not always quality, and saving us a few quid in the proecess. Some albums seem too long, but it's the way it goes today. Philip
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5 months ago
PJayBe
Always hoped to see them, and I've not given up yet, even if this tour was undo-able for me...... Philip
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5 months ago
PJayBe
Figge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Takes a while to get used to, I guess....but it > looks cool. :-) > > // Figge Agree with the above. I'm too set in my ways to react well to change, but it looks great and in a few days I'll be coping!!! Well done Andrew!!!!! Philip
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5 months ago
PJayBe
Don't encourage people, I've not booked our tickets yet!!!!! Philip
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