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on 12 August 2008
The Def Leppard guitar man has produced a pretty good rhythm & blues album, and even covers two Robert Johnson tracks. My favourite of the album is the last song but overall it is a great listening experience. Only issue is maybe the voice, he is not a real singer of course but ok, it is acceptable. I like this cd, I often play it in the car. If you like good rock this is for you to discover. If you like blues you know all the songs, and Vivian does a good job. Recommended.
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on 30 August 2010
Excellent cover versions of some old Blues songs. With Joan Osbourne as guest vocalist one track.
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on 30 August 2013
every thing I expected. covered all parts of Vivian Campbell past bands and progression in music. Small price for 2 Cds of good music.
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on 12 October 2015
Absolutely delighted with it
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on 8 April 2016
Great album!!!!
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on 16 February 2016
Love It !
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on 4 March 2011
Vivian Campbell first came to my attention playing for Irish metal outfit Sweet Savage and went on to record 2 of the best metal albums of the 80s in Holy Diver and The Last In Line with the now sadly departed Dio.
His playing back then was inspirational,interesting and distinctive.
This is what happens when you lose your sense of direction,yet another middle of the road blues album.This is dull,uninspired and falls way short of what Vivian used to produce.Then again he does play for pop rockers Leppard these days so maybe I expected too much.
My advice stick to the day job,it may be as cliched but at least it's less boring than this tosh!!
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