The Frantic Four Reunion: Live At Wembley 2013: Back2SQ.1
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before I even purchased it, as I've been a quo fan since 1973
and anything I've heard of the band in the past single, or album,
video, or dvd, has been brilliant.
But when I first saw Lancaster he looked like a Broken Man and fragile as a Paper Plane. I thought is he Too Far Gone to tour? It's obviously been a Hard Time for Alan having to cope with his stress related illness, as it would be for anyone, but he was always one of the Wild Ones and a bit of a High Flyer, so I thought, I Don't Think It Matters about his seeming fragility; in the face of adversity it's a case of saying Enough Is Enough and strive to do Whatever You Want or Roll Over Lay Down. Watching Alan play at that first rehearsal at the end of Parker's film, it was evident Lancaster was far from Over The Edge.
Alan opens the set with the first four songs and it's so good to see him looking strong and singing and playing his bass as good as he used to do; obviously this time round it's a Softer Ride, but when all four of them are on stage doing what they do best nothing is going to Hold You Back. Parfitt is driving the rhythm like a precision machine, Rossi is soloing note perfect like I've never heard him before, and Coghlan can still power the band like a Runaway Slow Train. And the brilliant Bob Young takes to the stage to play harmonica, giving us a rare chance to hear Railroad performed through to its entirety.Read more ›