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3 years ago
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I also thought he was excellent at Winterstorm a few months back,as was his band. The following day Geoff and band did an acoustic set on the Sunday afternoon. Also superb.
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3 years ago
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The whole 3 days was superb in my opinion. German rockers The New Roses were the surprise package for me.
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5 years ago
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Half hour away for me also. Great line-up and a very well organised event.Loads of opportunities to meet the bands. Will definitely be returning this year.
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5 years ago
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You are right,this is good stuff,and nicely shot too! I will most definitely be checking out Walter Trout and his band. Btw,that bass player is relentless!
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5 years ago
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Audacity works for me also,or EzCAP.
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5 years ago
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Love Cats In Space. Got the vinyl for xmas. Although they have a kinda ELO type thing going on,the seventies vibe is quite refreshing for me. Looking forward to seeing them on the Thunder tour.
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5 years ago
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Featuring Paul Logue narrating intro!
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5 years ago
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I would also have to agree with the others.A great festival,with highlights for me being FM,Last In Line and also Mason Hill,who were chaperoned by Chris Glen (SAHB/MSG)-i think he may be part of thier management set up. Looking forward to next year.
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5 years ago
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Just up the road for me also!
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6 years ago
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1. Reach For The Sky. 2. Shake And Tumble. 3. In Your Perfect World.(Good Accoustics)
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6 years ago
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Repeated on Sunday night at 23.00 (GMT) for those who missed it.
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6 years ago
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Brand New Morning. Live Till You Die. Dance Of The Black Tattoo. See,almost all of the 'best 3' choices are different!
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6 years ago
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I agree. Not much to do with AOR,but still decent value for money! The opener for the Glasgow show is Cumbria's 13 Stars - a band i've seen live a few times.They are definitely worth a shout.More Classic Rock/Southern Rock than AOR tho! They have just released their 4th album and played HRH proper.
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7 years ago
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1. Backstreet Symphony 2. Laughing On Judgement Day 3. Wonder Days 4. Robert Johnston's Tombstone 5. Magnificent Seventh 6. Behind Closed Doors 7. Thrill Of It All 8. Giving The Game Away 9. Bang! 10.Shooting At The Sun
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8 years ago
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Like.
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8 years ago
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Without a doubt the best MnG for me has to be Bob Catley. Bob was playing a country pub up near St.Andrews in Scotland a few years back on his solo tour with Vinny Burns on acoustic guitar. Pub was in the middle of nowhere so we had travelled up from Ayrshire and had booked rooms. After the sold out show (perhaps 100-150) we retired to the bar.Bob,Vinny and Annie came in and stayed to drink and c
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8 years ago
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I'm sure it was King Of The Hill who supported at the Edinburgh show. This may have been a different leg of the tour tho.
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8 years ago
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Fiver postage with EMP tho.
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8 years ago
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Paul Rodgers is only 'fucking boring' in your eyes. I for one,and very many others who continue to sell out his tours, find his solo albums and live shows both entertaining and relevant. I also liked Robert Hart and Dave Colwell. But i do have to concede that PR's stint in Queen was ill-advised at best!
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8 years ago
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It was indeed a great show. We were lucky enough to win meet'n'greet passes to meet the lads after the show. They all took the time to chat and pose with all fans after the gig. A great bunch of guys.
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8 years ago
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Thanks for the link. Great stuff.
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8 years ago
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You won't regret it. Regardless of who is playing,and there is always at least one or two bands any self respecting melodic rock type would appreciate,Firefest is always a great jaunt. Always worth the trip. 3 or 4 of us flying down from Glasgow ourselves this year.
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9 years ago
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For whatever reason,Edens Curse never really floated my boat at first. But since Mr Logue is a fellow Scot,and a regular on here,not to mention a regular ligger at as many Glasgow gigs as Tom Russell,i gave this every chance. I am certainly glad i did. Great song,great new singer,nice video.Too much eye liner tho! Looking forward to the album now.
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9 years ago
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I would add 'Have It All' frm the 'Go' album.
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9 years ago
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I'll have some of that,thank you very much.
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9 years ago
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We Didn't Start The Fire. Captain Jack. Downeaster Alexa. Scenes From An Italian Restaurant. Goodnight Saigon.
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9 years ago
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Still no Pete Jupp then. I trust he's ok?
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9 years ago
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There was me thinking it was Pete taking the photos!
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9 years ago
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I think it was around 80 mins.
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