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on 11 December 2009
...And this band proves it.
This number has replaced Abide With Me in the Anglican hymn book.
It reminds me of my mate, who has to remain nameless because my last review mentioned his first name and never got posted by the censors. This mate knew a lot about all sorts of stuff, from curry to palaeontology, chemistry to...to...
...Well, to this little star of a rock track.
At the time, he was playing it to death and I hated him for it. He insisted that it was the last word in rock. I disagreed (strongly); real rock was for the likes of Led Zepp.
What a plonker I was.
Still, though he is no longer with us, and I kick myself for every cross word and missed opportunity to enjoy his company, I can play this and know what he was trying to tell me.
Rock 'n' Roll, peeps. This is as good as it gets.
Get it, and be blessed. Or at least a little bit happier that you have lugholes to listen to a superb number.
Frothy to the Nth degree.