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| ||Lindisfarne Fog on the Tyne||4.0|
| ||The Statler Brothers Flowers on the Wall The Essential Statler Brothers|
Great early 60's tunes from a group of 4 young singers. Mixing gospel harmonies with country music, this is a lovely fresh sound to discover today.
| ||George Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue|
Seeing as it's just the one song to rate, it's easily a 5/5. rA vivid yet highly accessible piece of music that's as beautiful as it is fun.
| ||Camel Moonmadness||5.0|
| ||Talk Talk Laughing Stock||5.0|
| ||Dixie Dregs The Great Spectacular|
A great collection of demos to what the songs would later become. It's interesting to hear how morse developed his soloing into what would be the final product. The rest of the band rips as usual, with rod morgenstein showing a bit more presence with his drumming, notably on "ice cakes."
| ||Allan Holdsworth Atavachron|
The usual holdsworth-esque shenanigans here, albeit slightly more accessible than later releases. Holdsworth's
backup weapon: the synthaxe, makes it's debut here, which compliments the music nicely (although it just
sounds like a keyboard) and a stunning female vocalist adds a nice twist to the music in the later tracks, singing
those "off" notes that Holdsworth specialises in. Although not AS accessable as metal fatigue, some of
Holdsworth's trickiest leads are featured here, and puts other guitarists to shame, in a very English way.
|OmairSh Listen to what your heart tells you......Also if you have the time and patience then why not? :-P. |
|OmairSh Yo yo undi :P check 2, 3, and 7 if you're in a mellow mood, otherwise check out 1, 4, and 5 http://www.sputnikmusic.com/list.php?memberid=673174|
|OmairSh No worries dude, it badly needed a review. Only 5 comments, a damn shame sputnik. Yeah dude I say we get on the discog, just let the other person know the album you want to take. I'm thinking about Stressfest for SMB. Still need to decide on a Dregs album. Either DOTG, or UH. I'll let you know when I start writing.|
|OmairSh NOICE, I don't think a tbt review will get as many POS' as yours will :-). I need to ****ing get on reviewing another Dregs album, soon. Hurry up brain and start thinking of ideas dammit!|
|OmairSh DUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUE NOOOOOOOOOO, I was going to review that :-/. Seriously though, great that you did I was probably going to take an eternity. Plus there are other Dregs albums that need reviews. We should be on a quest to get them all done :-). Going to read now!!!!|