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Notes & Rhymes CD
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Following the critical and commercial success of 2007’s Life With You album, the Proclaimers return with a brand new thirteen track album, Notes & Rhymes, including the songs "Love Can Move Mountians" (also the first single to be taken from the album), "Notes & Rhymes" and "Three More Days".
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'Love Can Move Mountains' is a great track as is 'I Know'
Disc Two has 4 acoustic tracks, highlighting just how good they are as an unacompanied duo, plus 6 great live tracks. If you are buying the new album then its well worth the extra few quid.
If you are new to The Proclaimers, their 'best of' is a great place to start, and their 'Restless Soul' album is their best and this, while good does not hit the same consistent standard as some of their previous works, but is still a good album.
There are many highlights of this, The Proclaimers' eighth studio album. It starts off with the raucous title track, "Notes & Rhymes", which gets the adrenaline pumping, the feet tapping and the head nodding. "Love Can Move Mountains", the first single from the album, is nothing short of magnificent, extremely rousing music with stirring lyrics and stunning harmonies, particularly when the high notes are hit - it's an instant Proclaimers classic. "Three More Days" is a touching, gentle song about coming home to your family which slowly builds in stature throughout. The two covers, Damien Dempsey's "Sing All Our Cares Away" and Moe Bandy's "It Was Always So Easy (To Find An Unhappy Woman)" are great additions to The Proclaimers' repertoire, especially the melodic and emotionally engaging "Sing All Our Cares Away".Read more ›
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Easy to buy, competitively priced and right to your door. First class.Published 12 months ago by Phil Clark
im a big fan of the proclaimers and this cd didn't let me down, some lovely songs and at a great pricePublished on 27 Dec. 2013 by mel
The Proclaimers at their very best - an excellent album of great music and thoughtful lyrics. A pleasure to listen to.Published on 18 Nov. 2013 by MRS J L BAXTER
This album is classic Proclaimers with their unique sound being as prevalent and enjoyable as ever. It was good the get this album after what seemed a long time since their last... Read morePublished on 2 Jan. 2011 by A. Davis
was very pleased with my purchase. speedy delivery. will shop for more c ds in the furture.Published on 20 Feb. 2010 by J. Strange