Paul Stanley

Helpful votes received on reviews: 94% (62 of 66)
Location: Stafford UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,368,968 - Total Helpful Votes: 62 of 66
Never Say Never ~ Ian McLagan
Never Say Never ~ Ian McLagan
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Beautiful Album!, 16 Jun 2008
This is an absolute gem. Not only is Ian McLagan a superb keyboard player with a great voice, but, because he wrote all the songs on this cd, he's also a top songwriter to boot.

The title track is sublime, but there isn't a duff track on it, a real grower.
The Restless Generation: How Rock Music Changed th&hellip by Pete Frame
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
To anyone with an interest in social history and popular culture, this book is essential reading. Rock 'n' Roll had a massive impact on me back in 1958, even though I was only 11, because I was influenced by an older brother who was buying all the latest records.

What an incredibly exciting time it was to go from hearing the likes of Eddie Calvert, Alma Cogan and Michael Holiday to Elvis Presley, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis etc. I have a memory from back then of coming out of the Saturday morning flicks, and, with a mate plucking up the courage to go into a café in town, where all the Teds hung out. As I walked in, Gene Vincent's `Be-Bop-A-Lula' was blaring out of the… Read more
Jerry Lee Lewis Live Star Club ~ Jerry Lee Lewis
Jerry Lee Lewis Live Star Club ~ Jerry Lee Lewis
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
If you want to witness the thrill & excitement of the best 'Rock 'N' Roll' performer ever, just listen to this. I was lucky enough to see Jerry Lee Lewis about 2 weeks before this was recorded, at a small gig in the UK. He was amazing & had got the place 'Rockin' within 1 minute. Even though there was only a small crowd (his career was at a bit of a low in 1964, what with the Beatles & all), he played as if the place was full, even standing on top of the piano during 'Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On'. Anytime I want to go back & remember that night, I just play this. The 'best' live Rock 'N' Roll you are ever likely to hear.