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on 12 May 2012
Lost In Sound is the last album of Fay Hallam, already known as the Mod Queen since her attendance to the amazing Makin' Time band of the mid Eighties. Her career followed with Prime Movers, Phaze and now Fay Hallam Trinity.
Lost In Sound is the perfect meeting between the Fay's great voice and the amazing retro-forward sound of Nasser Bouzida aka The Bongolian. Enjoy it!

If you'll like this album, don't forget the Fay Hallam previous works as 1975 1975 or Realm Realm
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on 20 March 2013
Not bad, very 60s not as good as 1975 and realm but very listenable no the less if your a fan of faysorgan riffs and bongolian is a capable album, but ive been a fan of fays work from makin time to primemovers and beyond, for me what ever she does loads better than the pop pap crap that's around today but i am biased once a mod always a mod lo
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on 14 May 2012
What can you say but 'She's done it again'. Fay Hallam, together with the Bongolian have produced one of the best albums this year. Each song is beautifully crafted around that infamous hammond sound. If only the national radio stations would get hold of a copy and let the world in on what their missing.
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on 6 November 2012
I saw the album reviewed in a magazine and it just seemd to catch my eye. What a brilliant album, it sounds so fresh but with a 60s /70s vibe. It deserves to be a commercial success for Fay and the Bongolian
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on 31 January 2013
a fabulous album,short and sweet and to the point and it's got Fay Hallam on it what more do you need to know?
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