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3.8 out of 5 stars
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Beginning from An End ~ Remastered [Bonus Tracks]
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on 2 January 2014
I saw this outfit at the launch of Neon Records in 1971 - a band of top jazz rock musicians fronted by Andy who, in this reviewer's opinion, was then revealing talent which may have been below the surface with Amen Corner. This album epitomises the range and expertise of Fair Weather. See Andy live if you get the opportunity - you will not be disappointed.
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on 8 May 2017
I can't say I was aware if this, bit before my time, but what a great album, make me think of some of Paul Weller's solo stuff from a few years ago.

Deserves to be heard.
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on 13 October 2016
Brilliant unheralded piece of work, sadly neglected . Natural Sinner a standout
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on 27 February 2008
The fey album cover suggests pop with a dash of psych or folk. It fibs: this is tough, jazzy horn and organ-fuelled transatlantic rock distinguished by the soulful vocal and guitar work of mainman Andy Fairweather-Low in a short-lived 1970 outing with former colleagues Blue Weaver, Clive Taylor and Dennis Byron from Welsh '60's pop charting band, Amen Corner. Far from the twiddly constructs peddled by most Brit prog acts of the day, it's funky and heavy, something to grace the plate of the Chicago meatpacker. Singalong single "Natural Sinner" - a Top Ten hit for the band - is here, as is a version of fellow taff Dave Edmunds "I Hear You Knockin'," (with Dave guesting). Quality time for lovers of music, bold and brassy of horn.
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on 1 January 2007
Nice to see this album put on to compact disc, not a huge Amen Corner fan but certainly found Fair Weather a pleasant journmey into new fields which as the journey he took us to some very interesting and entertaining heights with this and other solo projects.

Well Worth A Liten To.
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on 25 November 2000
This Divine video was recorded in Manchester Hacienda on 23/11/1983. It is different than the Live At The Hacienda, which was video taped earlier the same year. The gig is 40 minutes, and was filmed with inly 1 video camera, so the quality is quite amateurish. However, if you are a true fan, this is invaluable. There are funny one-liners and rude show biz routines nobody has done before or after.
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on 14 November 2014
poor, unless u like 80,s mush
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