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4.0 out of 5 stars a little masterpiece
Well. I think that this is quite splendid! Heartfelt, jolly at times, a beautifully crafted album. A little bit status quo occasionally but why not :) Passing chord is one of the most romantic but slightly tragic songs I have heard in a long time. All in all if you like Nick Harper you should like this but it isn't more of the same, its more personal. Recommended.
Published on 9 May 2010 by Robert Hickling

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2.0 out of 5 stars Hugely disappointing Nick.
Oh Nick-what can I say? Nick is a man with an incredible gift. A man who is blessed with an awesome voice, astonishing mastery of the guitar, and exquisite, heartrending lyrics. I have lost count of the times he has reduced me to tears of joy, rapture and hilarity at his live shows. I have followed him since he appeared on his fathers' magnificent albums (the 'photo on...
Published on 13 Sept. 2012 by A. D. Sefton


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars a little masterpiece, 9 May 2010
This review is from: The Last Guitar (Audio CD)
Well. I think that this is quite splendid! Heartfelt, jolly at times, a beautifully crafted album. A little bit status quo occasionally but why not :) Passing chord is one of the most romantic but slightly tragic songs I have heard in a long time. All in all if you like Nick Harper you should like this but it isn't more of the same, its more personal. Recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars More excellent stuff from Nick..., 11 Jun. 2010
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A very different album here from Nick, with a wide variety of his styles included. Rockie echoie songs like "One of the 38" "Ama Dablam" "On" and "The Last Guitar." Accoustic quieter songs like "Passing Chord" and "Silly Daddy," and a strange spoken word satire on the music industry "Pop Fiction."
"Silly Daddy" is just amazing, with Nick's 14 year-old daughter Lily on lead vocals, makes this a chilling track.
"Hey Bomb" deserves a mention with reminding me heavily of Nick's 2004 album "Blood Songs"
And track seven "Freestyle" is a fantastic Country/Accoustic/Rock/Blues/Metal song.

Fantastic album, and I would highly recommend it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This Will Blow Your Fingers Off, 20 Jan. 2011
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Another amazing album by the most undertated singer songwrighter. usualy you get about 40-30% of an album is good but in this you get your moneys worth around 95% of this album is MIND BLOWING! it will change your perception on acoustic guitar playing. would highly recomend this. nick has realy done it this time grate inprovment.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Hugely disappointing Nick., 13 Sept. 2012
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Oh Nick-what can I say? Nick is a man with an incredible gift. A man who is blessed with an awesome voice, astonishing mastery of the guitar, and exquisite, heartrending lyrics. I have lost count of the times he has reduced me to tears of joy, rapture and hilarity at his live shows. I have followed him since he appeared on his fathers' magnificent albums (the 'photo on the cover of 'Flashes From The Archives of Oblivion' hinted at future brilliance!) His first album 'Light at the End of the Kennel' is still his best in my opinion, closely followed by 'Seed'. Since then, he has released a string of largely disappointing albums spoiled by over-production and grandiosity. Nick would be the first to admit to an ego capable of drowning him if unchecked. His talent is massive.He has no need of a band- every fan I know would prefer to see him without a band- fact. I've said nothing about 'The Last Guitar' so far- perhaps because it disappointed me so much. 'Miracles For Beginners' hinted at a return to sublime acoustic songwriting with 'Evo' and 'Blue Sky Thinking', but the empty rock 'n' roll of 'The Last Guitar' had me crying into my beer. Ditch the band Nick!
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5.0 out of 5 stars NICE ONE!, 15 Jun. 2013
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Always enjoy some Nick, thanks for the music. So far enjoyed when washing up and driving (not at the same time tho.)
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