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Mr. Nigel B. Pitcher

"Pitch"
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 69% (9 of 13)
Location: Surrey, England
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,014,106 - Total Helpful Votes: 9 of 13
1.0 out of 5 stars This Ain't No Wright, 8 Feb 2011
The player in the photo heading the ball is Tom Soares, and having seen him play, I can assure you he is no IAN WRIGHT!
The Capitol Years - 65/77 ~ Glen Campbell
The Capitol Years - 65/77 ~ Glen Campbell
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
If you want to buy a Glen Campbell "Greatest Hits" look no further than this superb collection, which provides a few surprise bonuses as well once you listen (i.e. Less of Me - superb early acoustic recording). All the classics are included - "Galveston", "Wichita Lineman", "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" etc plus duet with Bobbie Gentry. The only criticism i would make is the omission of "Both Sides Now" & "Don't Pull Your Love Out" (maybe they weren't Capitol recordings), but then there is an extensive back catalogue to choose from. An essential cd for anyone's collection.
A Piece Of What You Need ~ Teddy Thompson
A Piece Of What You Need ~ Teddy Thompson
I have bought Teddy's stuff previously having chanced upon his first album. Some of his songs are very melancholy to say the least and not the sort of thing to hear when you're on a 'downer'. However, he does have a fantastic voice and has written some beautiful stuff. This new album still has some melancholic lyrics but is allied to some really upbeat tunes. The style/genre encompasses country rock, pop, rock 'n' roll and pure country ; and his voice and lyrics recall artists such as Chris Isaak, Johnny Cash, and Elvis. Stand out tracks are the single "In My Arms" (great pop), "Can't Sing Straight" (Isaak/Cash style rock, great use of horns), "Don't Know What I was Thinking" (pretty… Read more