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  • Audio CD (5 Mar. 1991)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: US Import
  • ASIN: B000002I7O
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 97,780 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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I bought this album on the strength of the hits "Girls Talk" and "Queen Of Hearts" while the latter was still in the charts and was delighted to reacquire it on CD. It was the first Edmunds album I owned but I soon collected most of the others. No one has kept rock 'n' roll as alive and fresh as Edmunds since he first found fame with Love Sculpture. As this album demonstrates, Edmunds is an interpreter rather than a writer, but, the occasional Chuck Berry or Everly Brothers cover aside, he tends to record relatively unknown songs.
"Repeat When Necessary" benefits from the considerable talents of Rockpile and shifts between pop, R & B, fast, country-tinged numbers and rockabilly. Lush rhythm guitar combines with deft lead guitar, some songs chug along, others are like a fast train and there's usually an earthy feel to the music. Most of the lyrics are slick and delivered with clarity. These qualities are evident on most of Edmunds' albums, but this is the one on which he combines them to greatest effect. The band sound as if they're having a great time and that's the way it should be.
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An excellent album - the first I ever bought- and never off a turntable or CD player since.The collection ranges from Cliff Richard covers to theclassic Girls Talk. All held together by a great band that was Rockpile. If you like bluesy rock'n'roll mixed with power pop buy this and give yourself a treat.
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I don't think that there's a bad track on this album. Dave Edmunds and Billy Bremner on guitars, Terry Williams on Drums and Nick Lowe on bass - what a combination. The stand out for me here is Sweet Little Lisa with a finger scorching lead guitar from Albert Lee, recorded on his second runthrough as the band thought he'd need to at least hear the song before playing his customary 'blinder' onto tape - no, not AL. I seem to remember a TV documentary in which Mr. Lowe expressed his delight at at Albert's prowess with just one word! The playing on the rest is, as you'd expect, exemplary and I'd commend this album as a must in any collection.
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I bought this on vinyl back in the late 70s and recently reinvested in a CD version having not played the former in years. It's as good as it ever was. Edmunds on a bad day is capable of turning out dull four square cover versions (e.g. the Quo-esque Singing the blues and the uninspired wall of sound baby I love you) but the material here is nearly all of a very high standard and he certainly does it justice. Girls talk and Queen of Hearts were the big hits and are obvious high points, along with personal favourites 'Sweet Little Lisa' and the bluesy harmonica-filled Bad is Bad. In fact, apart from the 'merely OK' 'we were both wrong' and 'take me for a little while' everything else is of a very high standard.
Highly recommended.
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For me, Nick Lowe's and Dave Edmunds' work is best as the band "Rockpile", which is the band on this CD but released under the Dave Edmunds name.

My first Rockpile CD was "Seconds Of Pleasure" which I love and I have gone on to buy members solo items.

"Repeat When Necessary" is up there and a very enjoyable CD. Plenty of good guitar work, and as ever Terry Williams excels on the drums.

Nick Lowe's "Labour Of Lust" comes out soon, which was recorded at the same time as this - another Rockpile album that's got to be a must for your wish list!
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This album is just a must for anyone who loves rock n' roll. His voice just fits the songs and the guitar work is sound. I had a cassette of this which I have worn out. I know I am going to regularly play this album for the rest of my life.
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One amazing thing about this album is the Solo on "Sweet Little Lisa", laid down by Albert Lee in just one take. Dave and the rest of the Band can not believe their ears in the Mixer Room, when Albert plays, whom has not even gotten ride off his leather jacket, on the other hand why should he, he is sent home after 3 minutes and 42 seconds in the Studio!
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Another essential CD for Dave Edmunds fans, 100% quality tracks you just never tire of.
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