Pd Davies

Helpful votes received on reviews: 53% (18 of 34)
Location: Liverpool


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Damnation ~ Opeth
Damnation ~ Opeth
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5.0 out of 5 stars Symphonic Tribute, 12 Mar 2012
Love this album..A fair bit of credit has to go to Steven Wilson me thinks..Lovely Mellotron drenched compositions, great lyrics, Musicianship, a real tribute to the Floyd, BJH, The Moody's, Procul Harum, Early P. Tree...Cant get my head around some of the other Opeth albums..Grunting, howling...Just gargle some TCP mate that'll sort it...but thats just musical taste, no offence meant to all you die hard Opeth fans..Great album this, a definate 5 stars from me
Frequency ~ IQ
Frequency ~ IQ
I must admit before buying this album i only owned 2 IQ albums, the first being 'The Seventh House' and the second in my opinion the far superior 'Dark Matter'...For me the latter was pure Prog Perfection, it could not be beaten...and so it goes without saying it was a good while before i actually bought 'Frequency', maybe because Martin Orford had left the band and his influence on 'Dark Matter' was was like listening to a (dare i say it) a classic Genesis album in the 1975-77 era..and before all the IQ fans bombard me with comments, IQ have an original sound, no doubt about that, its just the classic Genesis sound is there for all to hear, just like early Porcupine Tree reaked… Read more
Smallcreeps Day ~ Mike Rutherford
Smallcreeps Day ~ Mike Rutherford
5.0 out of 5 stars Why no Remaster?, 26 Feb 2012
A lot of people have said Phil Collins was the ruination of the band Genesis...ive always thought no, it was a 3 way thing..Hackett had gone and even though 'And then there were three' was a really good album..after no no....Ok listening to this album you kind of get a sense of Mike Rutherfords writing sensibility's, the musicians around him are extremely capable, vocally this album is strong, compositionally there i was a bit of time on my hands listening to this album and it really struck me 'And then there were three` by Genesis was such a strong Rutherford/Banks album it followed that the album that followed..'Duke' for me the first album that reaked of Genesis the… Read more