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4 days ago
pjs
I feel I must chime in here, and comment that I feel they are an exceptional prog rock band. I have coined the phrase " Brit Prog" to cover the somewhat pastoral sounds/leanings of bands such as BBT, and sure - if you'd rather have up tempo and in yer face stuff, they will not be your cup of tea whatsoever. Me, I really enjoy them sat in my comfy chair, slippers on (remember, I am now
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14 days ago
pjs
Oh dear!! Paul :-(
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15 days ago
pjs
Ditto!!!
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16 days ago
pjs
I agree about the NFO, Terry! Paul
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16 days ago
pjs
Now if you'd said Christine McVie...the song you're sort of referring to was written by her!! Heh, heh, Paul :-)
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16 days ago
pjs
Indeed, Andy!! How're you doing, mate? Paul
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16 days ago
pjs
Andrew wrote "Street Fighting Years is also a masterpiece, but it’s very laid back and long songs." I think that's why I find it their best offering....!! Paul
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16 days ago
pjs
Lots of really great music within the Fleetwood Mac family - and going all the way back to their origins, although the musical style was very different way back when. Nobody has mentioned the album 'Then Play On' which I still think is a masterpiece of its time. Very laid back and subtle. Paul
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16 days ago
pjs
I would never mention Cats In Space and The Darkness in the same sentence, Terry!! Oops, I just have!!!! Paul :-)
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17 days ago
pjs
As you've mentioned them Terry, here are my short reviews of the Neal Morse Band, Dream Theater and Last In Line albums: THE NEAL MORSE BAND "The Great Adventure" There is absolutely no doubting the talents of Neal Morse and this latest 2CD set is fully testimony to that. However, the linear prog approach takes a lot of digesting and time to fully appreciate. There is a huge vari
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17 days ago
pjs
Quite up to the standard expected from you, Bro!! Paul :-)
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17 days ago
pjs
Both are wonderful albums IMHO!! My brief reviews: RIVAL SONS "Feral Roots" Sixth album from the Californian quartet, and once again this release covers all their genre bases and multiple styles from southern rock, bluesy rock 'n' roll, through psychedelia and hard rock. It's quite straightforward Rival Sons stuff for the first four songs but then the album really lifts off, st
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23 days ago
pjs
Precisely why I was glad to stop buying vinyl. You simply don't get anything like that with CDs!
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29 days ago
pjs
I've just turned 70 and still go to gigs. However, it does help if it is a seated gig, or there is somewhere to rest my haunches!! The old feet are not what they were!!! I have only once been to an Arena-sized gig, and I was gifted the ticket. Like others have said, the smaller sized gigs are the best and usually the cost is not too hard on the wallet. Upcoming gigs for me: This Saturda
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29 days ago
pjs
I had decided I was unlikely to purchase either of these a while ago. Subsequent discussion and comment has hardened that resolve. As an aside, I can remember when there were hardly any Frontiers releases that I did not buy. These days it is the exception rather than the rule for me to buy anything from their monthly release schedule! Quantity seems to be winning over quality at the moment, sa
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4 weeks ago
pjs
Thirty squid on eBay UK at the moment! Paul
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4 weeks ago
pjs
I like both!! Paul
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4 weeks ago
pjs
That would be correct!! Paul
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4 weeks ago
pjs
My, that brought back lots of memories!!
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4 weeks ago
pjs
£64.99 at Amazon UK - and say it will be in stock on 29 March. We'll see.....!! Paul
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5 weeks ago
pjs
Just one - Steve Hillage at the Free Trade Hall, Manchester, in the mid 1970s. I left at the half time interval (remember those?!!) Like many here, I have been to a vast number of gigs over many years, and this remains the nadir of them all!! Paul
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5 weeks ago
pjs
No I totally agree with you, Stevebme! I thought he was going to sing it in his "normal range" and after a very short time I had to stop watching. Kudos, I suppose, for attempting to do this - but it is not for me. Paul
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5 weeks ago
pjs
Yes!!
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5 weeks ago
pjs
Excellent show in Manchester too. Only gripe would be the length of their set, given that they now have three albums from to choose material to play live. Still, better to have quality over quantity I suppose! Paul
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5 weeks ago
pjs
For the money you paid, you have some choice items there, the Saga ones in particular. As for S-H, I've been after that Dalton album for a while! Paul
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5 weeks ago
pjs
Not really...other than not being there either! Pwllheli (Hafan-y-Mor) is/was such a great venue, I thought. Paul
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5 weeks ago
pjs
In some ways, this is a very shoddy product: 1. None of the song times given in the booklet are correct! The time for the first song is that given for the second and so on through until one gets to track 13, where the time is not the one given for track 1. 2. Is it Robert, Robbie or Robby? All three versions are to be found within the booklet! Poor quality control at the record label,
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5 weeks ago
pjs
Sorry, I cannot get on with it! Paul
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5 weeks ago
pjs
Well, Robin, Ant Heeks' review in the new Fireworks Magazine out tomorrow is an excellent analysis that encourages me not to miss getting it.... So we'll see. Paul
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5 weeks ago
pjs
Oh dear...what a tale of woe. However, I'm quite sure that your twin daughters are the apple of your eye!! Actually sounds like material for a wonderful TV documentary!!!!! Paul :-)
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