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great but not typical jesse,
This review is from: On Your Sleeve (Audio CD)
this album is decent but not his best by a mile. i have seen jesse live quite a few times and he doesnt disappoint. i had heard allot of these covers on his live sets, dont get me wrong some are very good but some arn't up to the normal jesse standard.
personal favs, 'looking for a love' (neil young) and 'do you remember rock and roll' (ramones). there are some strange covers on the album, i was very surprised at 'everybodys talking'. jesse's voice is still good throughout. wishing for some new material though, may have to make due with his official live album.
this album is still full of jesses full on sounding energy he always gives out. there are some songs such as 'wonderful world' (sam cooke) and 'sway' (slime) where you can feel the emotion behind his choices to include them on this album
obviously if your a fan of jesse you will buy this album.
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Initial post: 20 Sep 2008 01:13:23 BDT
rob slevin says:
SWAY-one of the best things THE STONES ever did ,attributed to 'slime'. oh dear. there goes your credibility mate.
In reply to an earlier post on 19 Nov 2010 19:55:56 GMT
To be fair it looks like a problem reading the small print-I agree about Sway but then i didn't know who the hell Slime were. Kids today.........
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