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The Arrival of the Eyes: the C
The Arrival of the Eyes: the C

4.0 out of 5 stars Grey suede coat and a soul like fire!, 29 Aug. 2012
This cd contains the eyes 4 singles on Mercury (A and B sides) plus outtakes /demos and the Stones tribute recorded under the name of the Pupils. Four tracks; When The Night Falls, I'm Rowed Out and Your too much and Immediate Pleasure are essential examples of the genre.I must point out that these traks are mod r&b recorded in 65/66 - despite what other reviewers say there is no psych here. One reviewer apparently saw the band live, Im not so fortunate though I believe a re-union is not out of the question.The Stones covers are not a revelation but I find it quite understandable the Eyes were approached for the task. The Eyes did model themselves on the Who, but the Who modelled themselves on the Stones. Contrary to whats been written the Stones early catalogue is peppered with 60's r&b and soul; Hich Hike, Can i get a witness, Mercy Mercy, Good thing goin,Everbody needs somebody to love,Pain in my heart etc etc.
this cd only fails to get 5 stars due to the fact that we are basically focusing on 4 singles, shame they didnt do more!

It's Never Too Late
It's Never Too Late
Price: £12.86

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5.0 out of 5 stars Maximum NBZ, 9 Aug. 2009
This review is from: It's Never Too Late (Audio CD)
This is the first album of self written material from NBZ for a while and doesn't disappoint. Highlights for me are Little by Little and You,maybe because they hint back more to the Third Degree type sound. The playing is immaculate throughout and the range of influences is wide and still stays true to the bands heritage. I see them live every year at Christmas and it will be interesting to see how all these new songs mesh with the existing crowd pleasers.I'd say grab yourself the cd and get yourself a ticket for somewhere near you and hopefully the guys will begin to get more of the attention they deserve

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