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Live At The Regal
Live At The Regal
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5.0 out of 5 stars As recommended by Eric Clapton, 30 May 2015
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As recommended by Eric Clapton, this disc lives up to its legendary status. A wonderful performance from the King of the Blues from start to finish.


No Pier Pressure
No Pier Pressure
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4.0 out of 5 stars A great Brian Wilson solo effort, 30 May 2015
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A great Brian Wilson solo effort. The sound of summer captured on disc with some wonderful and memorable songs. The two additional songs on the Deluxe version are not really worth the extra couple of quid unless you don't already have Love & Mercy. The early version of the Beach Boys classic In The Back Of My Mind is awful.


Live In Guildford, November 13th, 1972
Live In Guildford, November 13th, 1972
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1.0 out of 5 stars Don't bother!, 30 May 2015
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Dissapointing recording with most of the songs played at that gig missed out. The sound quality was poor and at times unlistenable. This disc has already been given to my local charity shop!


Late for the Sky
Late for the Sky

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5.0 out of 5 stars Timeless classic, 31 Aug. 2008
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Late for the Sky is one of those albums that always seems to have been around and showcases Jackson Browne, one of California's foremost singer songwriters at his very best.

All the songs on this album are supurb from the heartbreaking title track with its wonderful piano and guitar intro (guitar courtesy of the great David Lindley), through the beautiful Fountain of Sorrow and some of the finest singer/songwriting ever recorded in Farther On and The Late Show (both greatly under rated songs, again with some wonderful Lindley guitar work), the touching and emotional For a Dancer, right through to the last ringing note of optimism in Before the Deluge...'let the music keep our spirits high'.

If you don't already know this album and this artist, make their aquaintance right away!


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