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11 months ago
PJayBe
Keep an eye on the red button BBC stuff, sometimes Glastonbury material turns up there that didn't make the channels during the event.
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11 months ago
PJayBe
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Never gave him much-if any time. Just listened on > iTunes-- LOVE it!! Hoping I can score a deluxe > with the 3-4 more studio tracks as they sound > really good too. The guy sorta brings to mind John > Fogerty/Creedance to me. Rootsy,bluesy style > classic rock. I can dig it! I see he has boatloads
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11 months ago
PJayBe
Ayup Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Has it had a world wide release ? > > The cost of the CD and the vinyl is expensive and > apart from Amazon the main way to order it are Oz > from retailers so again hefty postage on top ? > > Its a great album though. Signed Special Edition from official store Australia came in at a fair bit
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11 months ago
PJayBe
I'd heard of Jeff via SSC, then I saw him with Journey. I was amazed at his performance with the band and had hoped it would go further. Sadly not to be. T hen saw him solo after W.E.T. and was amazed at the reaction the W.E.T. song they played that night got (on our silver wedding too!!!). Great singer, and somebody I felt could have changed Journey's direction rather than them becoming
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11 months ago
PJayBe
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I wouldn't pay to see this > parody of a singer if YOU PERSONALLY paid me! You wouldn't pay if somebody else paid you...….. If somebody paid for me I wouldn't pay myself either!
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11 months ago
PJayBe
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I adore that Soul Sirkus album. Wish THAT would've > panned out so they could have recorded more > material. T Saw Soul Sirkus at the first Firefest in Bradford, where I also bumped into Our Glorious Leader Andrew. Great gig and Schon seemed to be far more animated than anytime I've seen him with Journey.
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11 months ago
PJayBe
pure666metal Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I think you'll find that many exclusive Japan > songs remain just that for a few years after > release. > > Those songs are legally not allowed to be released > outside Japan for whatever years it says in the > labels contract with the band. > Yes indeed. Heard from the band about
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11 months ago
PJayBe
Yes, people with the Japanese editions of the albums they are drawn from!!!
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11 months ago
PJayBe
Been enjoying this set as I didn't own that many of ten's albums before. However the use of Complete Works in the title is a little misleading. Going through their discography I find the following tracks are missing : Beautiful Miss Understood Round & Round Gimme A Piece Of Your Heart Time In Love And War …..from Japanese editions as well as two remixes from the more recent Japa
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11 months ago
PJayBe
Another singer who smokes and then loses his voice...….
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11 months ago
PJayBe
It's getting to be the thing with most reissues at the moment. Single pressing and gone. Only the size of the pressing varies.
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11 months ago
PJayBe
Album financed, finished and due soon. So is great!
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11 months ago
PJayBe
Many thanks. Will have a read later on.
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11 months ago
PJayBe
Rkbluez Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I like the Payne era albums best so I'm really in > the minority here. > > Just like the sound of those albums and the more > proggy style of music...crisp and punchy melodic > prog stuff. Love the Payne albums, the proggier side of AOR! Astra is an album I thought was a let down when it first c
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12 months ago
PJayBe
Vantheman Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Heavy Pettin are playing Stoke the night before > Angel. The support is Marseille Off topic I know, but seeing them with Rock Goddess in Blackpool in September. Still hoping Angel manage a gig nearer me at some point!
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12 months ago
PJayBe
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > All being well I will get to see them this time. We were at Stoke last year and it was a cracker. The night was helped immensely by Heavy Pettin' being support too!!!!!
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12 months ago
PJayBe
we've had British tours that consist of a night or two in London before now.....
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1 year ago
PJayBe
received my UK copy direct from Escape end of last week. Don't know if that helps....
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1 year ago
PJayBe
Not only needs to be a good voice, but a voice that can blend in well with the others.
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1 year ago
PJayBe
Sounds good news to me!!!
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1 year ago
PJayBe
Got mine in the UK on release. Not happy about the tracks only on vinyil though, I don't think anybody should be penalised or buying a different version of an album. It goes back to the days when CDs use to get more tracks than the LP buyers.
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1 year ago
PJayBe
Great band, saw them live last weekend. They supported themselves by backing up vocalist Peter Jones as Tiger Moth Tales. A fine evening.
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1 year ago
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Raging Heart Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Lol. Usually, I'd agree but there was something > about Wild Willing & Innocent I still love all > these years later My favourite UFO album!!! Phil "Springsteen" Mogg!!!! Great to see Neil back, brings it full circle in some ways.
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1 year ago
PJayBe
Good song, and his reasoning behind it makes sense, wanting to make a singer-songwriter style thing. has a Glen Campbell / Nillsson touch too it. And come on, he is nearly 70!!!
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1 year ago
PJayBe
Wardy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Feeling Hot was playing (LOUD) and sure, even then > I laughed at the lyrics, but there was no denying > the performances and the energy of the song. > > have > always had a soft spot for Feeling Hot since ;) I was working in a record shop when this was due, and amongst the dance based staff only
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1 year ago
PJayBe
Took me a while to get into the albums, but eventually they clicked. X Factor is too overblown most of the time whilst Virtual IX is a far superior (to my ears) album. Always felt that Blaze was chosen because he could pass for Bruce on a dark night!!!
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1 year ago
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RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Was really looking forward to the new Alliance > release, but the lead off single leaves me stone > cold. The lyrics are trite and awful and the music > feels stilted. Pass. Personally I liked it, classic AOR cheese!!!
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1 year ago
PJayBe
Can't wait for the Alliance album!!
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1 year ago
PJayBe
Irwin m fletcher Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Terry K. Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Exactly. And why they continued a downward > spiral > > since (tho DLB was mainly solid). Third Stage- > > decent but again mainly just that. Hurt by the > > electronic drum sound Scholz empl
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1 year ago
PJayBe
Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I would definitely go, if DRN played their debut. .....and personally I'd be happier if Gun were doing Gallus!!!
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