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  • Audio CD (29 Mar. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Eagle
  • ASIN: B000EZMOBY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 114,958 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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descrizione prodottobrani1.eyes wide open2.dreams outta dust3.healing ground4.steam town5.loose change6.surfing on a slow wave7.slime time8.capture that moment9.your dog10.the rave11.motherless child

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This is a great album. I think it is very subtle. I gave it four stars as I don't think it is as good as Argus or their first album but if you like bluesy rock with dual guitars then this is right up your street. Like The Allmans or Thin Lizzy? Then buy this. Highlights for me include Healing Ground, The Shadows-esque Surfin' The Slow Wave, Dreams Outta Dust and Eyes Wide Open. Great slide playing from new guitarist Muddy Manninen and great vocals from Andy Powell.
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After 36 years this band is still touring extensively and has now produced their first CD since Bona Fide in 2002. I bought a pre release copy during the bands recent UK tour and have listened to it extensively since then.

Is it any good? You bet it is! I reckon it is their best offering since Just Testing (in 1979!). There is real focus on the songwriting here from rockers like Slime Time to a fantastic ballad, Loose Change. As always with Wishbone Ash the twin guitar interplay is superb and Andy Powell's vocals are his best ever.

For those who thought Wishbone Ash had gone away then I recommend that you buy this CD, you won't be disappointed.
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There's never been a band like Wishbone Ash: its unique twin lead sound has often been copied and abused, sometimes by the band itself, but remains the true copyright of this venerable rock institution. This new CD is a worthy addition to a weighty back catalogue and live legacy. It's tasteful, inventive, sensitive, challenging and catchy. The songs pay due attention to the band's 35 year history but refuse to be imprisoned or constrained by it. The opener,'Eyes Wide Open', sets the pace nicely and is complemented by the driving southern rock sound of 'Healing Ground', the almost folky, 'The Raven', the 50s Shadows soundalike, 'Surfing A Slow Wave', and the chaingang blues dirge, 'Motherless Child'. It's a heady mix! Throughout the band play beautifully - precise, eloquent but never clinical. Andy Powell's singing is truly excellent. Buy this record now!
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A hugely enjoyable listen, especially if you listen to whole albums in a single sitting because there is a mood running through the tracks that carries you along with it. The stand out track is "The Raven" which is written by the new Finnish guitarist (who replaces the previous Finnish guitarist!). This track is up there with anything they put on Argus....and would happily reside on that classic.

So why only 4 stars?

They lose one because the tracks could have worked out even better. If the acoustic guitar (probably there as a guide during recording) had been dropped just leaving the twin lead electric six strings we'd have the classic axe sound. If Andy had just dropped his vocals down in the mix and the backing vox up a bit we'd have their trademark harmony vocals.

If they'd just stretched out on the intro's, outro's and mid-track breaks rather than being ruled by the vocal we'd have even better ambience...if that means losing a track then so be it (Motherless Child would be the one to go for me).

"Ifs" eh.......that's what happens when you've got a quality back catalogue...you're forever compared to yourselves!
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By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 10 May 2012
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Having recently enjoyed the bands newest disc 'Elegant Stealth' i thought i'd pick up some Ash discs that had past me by,this was the first on the list,i'm so glad i took the chance,it's a superb disc.

Several tracks were familiar from the 'Live From Hamburg' release but the whole album is a real treat,superb production/sound quality and endless soaring guitar makes your heart sing.

Highlights a plenty: 'Eyes Wide Open' with its infectious chorus tumbles out the speakers and has you smiling instantly while its mid section reminds you where Lizzy got there ideas from.

Others such as 'Steam Town' will have your feet tapping and grinning from ear to ear,while you'll marvel at the SHADOWS influenced? instrumental'Surfing a Slow Wave','Slime Time ' despite the weak lyrics has a groove all of its own which will keep you happy.

The rest well ,they all have moments of spine tingling lead guitar,only really 'Your Dog' being the runt of the litter.

This is a superb easy listening disc to chill out to,lights down low,relax, put this on and remember why you loved them in the first place,its not Argus it has more in common with Front Page News,truth be told,modern Ash for the modern world,excellent.
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After a lot of deliberation I could only give this solid album 3 stars although the first six tracks are excellent and are in my view five star territory. Most Ash fans would buy it anyway but if you are new to the band start elsewhere. Side two in old money dips somewhat from Slime Time to The Raven only picking up again with the final track the memorable Motherless Child. So in my view 7 great songs from 11 the best being Eyes Wide Open, Loose Change and Surfing a Slow Wave. I don't consider three stars to be overly critical and I rarely follow received wisdom with regards to Wishbone Ash releases. My personal favorites include Twin Barrels Burning, Just Testing and more recently The Power of Eternity from 2007

The production is clear and well balanced and the vocals in the main pleasing. Don't be put off by the cover art it's all about the Guitars.
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