Stuart Armstrong

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Jumping at Shadows: the Blues ~ Peter Green
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I love Peter Green's take on the blues: his touch and phrasing were exceptional. Having all the Fleewood Mac albums I keep an eye out for any CD that has tracks which are not on them. Often these complications are a rip-off with only 1 or 2 genuinely new tracks (or just Jeremy Spencer - sorry but I am not his biggest fan)but this is a gem. It has: some live stuff; some different takes of classics (like Love That Burns); some rare stuff with Duster Bennett and, best of all, some great tracks with Bob Brunning's Sunflower Band. Dodgy name but some very good music. Personal favourites are It Takes Time and Let Me Love You. These are, in my view, better than many of the tracks on the official… Read more
Much Ado About Nothing ~ Patrick Doyle
Much Ado About Nothing ~ Patrick Doyle
4.0 out of 5 stars Lovely, 4 May 2010
This is the sort of soundtrack you would expect from Patrick Doyle. Very romantic, some lovely melodies and nothing too heavy. It suits the film perfectly. The only slight downDoyle - Much Ado About Nothing Original Soundtrackside is that it can leave you wishing for something a little darker at times to provide more contrast: the tunes tend to be either very romantic or quite playful. The fact there is not more variety in style isn't Doyle' fault - it's the nature of the film. However, I would firmly recommend this. A very enjoyable album.

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