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Elegant Stealth CD

4.4 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Audio CD (28 Nov. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Golden Core Records (Plastic Head)
  • ASIN: B005W7JCRS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 94,386 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Reason to Believe
  2. Warm Tears
  3. Invisible Thread.
  4. Man With No Name
  5. Searching For Satellites
  6. Give it Up
  7. Heavy Weather
  8. Mudslick
  9. Big Issues
  10. Migrant Worker
  11. Can't Go It Alone

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Format: Audio CD
Absolutely stunning album - Wishbone Ash at their best. Great songs, dreamy vocals, wonderful guitars, superb production. Need to play a few times for the tracks to grow - what's that awful American saying - Awesome !
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I purchased Elegant Stealth recently having deliberated whether to add this to my collection of Ash albums. Mostly if want to listen to Wishbone Ash I tend to play the Travelogue collection CD.

Having seen the band live recently the new songs didn't make much impression on me. So I was pleasantly surprised on playing Elegant Stealth. It really is a good collection of songs. Songs such as "Give it Up" can take their place alongside Ash's classic numbers.

A strong album - highly recommended for all Ash fans.
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This really is a superb album from the masters of classic rock. Not only is the musicianship of the very highest standard but the songs are all strong and leave you with a very contented smile on your face! This really does rate up there along with Wishbone's very best. Those twin guitars soar and battle and their trademark subtle / heavy light and shade riffs and melody make you want to reach for the nearest tennis racket, you'll need a partner to dual with for Big Issues. Other highlights included Man With No Name, Mud-Slick (with Deep Purples Don Airey) Can't Go It Alone (with Pat McManus) & Invisible Thread. Where this latest album really scores is the live feel the production has achieved which has too often been missed on past albums. If you've ever liked Wishbone Ash but at times may have doubted them, then as in the title of the opening song there really genuinely is REASON TO BELIEVE.........enjoy!
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Elegant Stealth, the latest album by the one and only Wishbone Ash is quite frankly their best album since the heady days
of Argus! Stunning trade mark 'Twin Guitars', great vocals and the band playing as tight as two coats of paint. If you love
the sound of 'Classic Rock' young or old you need to check out this c.d. - 11 tracks and not a dud on here. It's one of those
rare albums that you do not have to 'skip' a track. Sit back and prepare to be amazed by the return of great Rock!!
Thankyou Andy Powell and Co!
Track listings:
Reason To Believe
Warm tears
Man With No name
Can't Go it Alone
Give It Up
Searching For Satellites
Heavy Weather
Mud- Slick
Big issues
Migrant Worker
Invisible Thread
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"Argus" was such a seminal and career-defining album and set such a high benchmark that it's been almost impossible over the ensuing decades for any new Wishbone Ash release to assert itself without having to be held up for close, and usually unfavourable, comparison.

The band's output since then has been somewhat variable, so it's pleasing to find that almost forty years on, and despite numerous personnel changes and periods of internal strife, Andy Powell and his current line-up have produced a refreshingly solid and, yes, elegant body of work that plays to the band's strengths and is probably their most consistent release in recent memory.

From the radio-friendly "Reason To Believe" to the rollicking jazz-rock instrumental "Mud-Slick" there's plenty of scope for the famed twin leads, and the vocals - not always the band's strongest point in the past - have a depth and warmth that enhances and enriches the overall sound. "Heavy Weather" and "Searching for Satellites" are other highlights.

Just one quibble: the mess that is the hidden track "dance remix" of "Reason To Believe". A Wishbone Ash dance remix? Come on...
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I have been a Wishbone Ash fan since 1972 when I saw the lads in concert at Brighton Dome - Andy Powell has been carrying the Ash banner for many years, tirelessly gigging around the world and producing new albums, while Martin Turner's Wishbone Ash, although brilliant live, have not produced new material.

Elegant Stealth is a superb rock album. From the haunting opening of 'Reason to Believe' to the class of 'Give it Up', the boys are in top form with, of course, the twin guitar brilliance of Andy Powell and Muddy Manninen, and the solid rhythm of Bob Skeat's bass and Joe Crabtree's superb drumming.

Andy Powell deserves all the plaudits for not resting on his laurels and relying on past glories and in the process, producing a classic modern rock album. May you live long and keep the faith!
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I bought this particular album due to the many positive reviews seen for it on Amazon which on the whole were positive to the point of adulation so what do I think? It's not bad at all and has some really nice lead guitar work, missing from recent offerings. Good background music no doubt but it will never hold my attention like the old stuff did. Best thing since Argus it most certainly isn't, not in my opinion anyway, but it's certainly the best album since Bone Fide....which doesn't say an awful lot. Having grumbled about it I would still rather have it in my collection than not and if you like Wishbone Ash you will probably like this album too but don't get carried away with the hype. It's a long way from being a second Argus....
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