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Kev

"Kev"
Although I am new to Amazon selling I have been doing the same on eBay for seven years, and have a 100% feedback rating. I do not wish to get any closer to one of the four horsemen than this, by the way!
Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (15 of 18)
Location: Nantwich, Cheshire, UK
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 160,167 - Total Helpful Votes: 15 of 18
Love Poetry And Revolution: A Journey Through The &hellip ~ Beau
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The 60's or what?!, 25 Feb 2014
So, you are a child of the sixties. You grew up there with the music blooming all around you, and could not stop listening to the sheer vibrancy that enveloped and surrounded. Okay, there wasn't that much on the radio, only TOTP on the tv, but somehow you got to hear it all. Wrong! There are enough numbers on just the first cd of this 3cd compilation that will have you wondering just where your head was at, where you were when these tracks were made. I can give the excuse that after the initial relief of hearing the Beatles, the amazement of listening to The Stones, and the wide open wonder of the brilliant, cutting-edge bands that followed - The Kinks, The Who, The Small Faces, Spencer… Read more
London Stone ~ Bevis Frond
London Stone ~ Bevis Frond
5.0 out of 5 stars Where's the need?, 11 Jan 2014
Sorry, this is hardly a review. There is no point in reviewing the music of Bevis Frond, you either 'get' it or you don't, so you don't go there. I must 'get' it, as I go there very often, and very few other artists working a similar vein of music to this are anywhere close. I would recommend Sand Pebbles, Colour Haze and Green Pajamas as exceptions, if they are not on you radar yet. Yes, there are a few others besides these, but I think you have enough to be going on with...yes? 'Nuff said.
Dear ~ Keaton Henson
Dear ~ Keaton Henson
What a sneaky album is this. An opening track, "Prologue", does nothing at all, and with your guard down "You Don't Know How Lucky You Are" flows into your ears and lodges firmly in your psyche as an outstandingly cherishable track. Haunting vocals with a slight (but highly notable) clanging guitar accompaniment, the following "Charon" follows suit, although the backing is more spidery, and the vocals become hesitant, as well as remaining haunting. Moving into "Oliver Dalston Browning", I am intrigued by the titles of the tracks, as well as becoming addicted to their sound, even though it varies little. Even after these four tracks you know where you are with the album, and how Keaton… Read more

Wish List

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Untouched ~ Secret Shine
Ceduna ~ Sand Pebbles
Ceduna ~ Sand Pebbles
30Th Anniversary Concert Celebration ~ Bob Dylan
Let the Days Go By/Sunny Side of the Street ~ Bryn Haworth
Plonk ~ Ronnie Lane
Plonk ~ Ronnie Lane