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13 October 2010
Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase
My interest in this band was sparked by their appearance on the Old Grey Whistle Test, where they performed 'Jed Collder' and 'Why I Sing The Blues' and these reamin my favourite tracks on this album, which far outstrips their first for variety, musicianship and entertainment value. Even the drunkenly whirling version of 'Come All Ye Faithful' droning out on pedal steel has merit. Do not be swayed by other reviews, as this is the best Cochise album of the two I have reviewed and is the only one I would recommend people buy as a first taste of the band's capabilities. I don't regret buying this at all, and as I said before in my review of their first offering, if it doesn't grow on me, it will be going, but this is an album I intend to keep and to keep listening to now for a very long time, as it really is a classic piece of recording history and a varied and enjoyable album. Sleeve notes are full and well worth reading and presented in a very good booklet...I have to confess that I was reading it whilst listening to the first album, just to find something to do to kill time, but when I put this into the CD player, the sleeve notes were put back into the case and I relaxed and succumbed to this without hesitation. Great stuff...that' why I sing their praises, and not the blues.
17 January 2006
Format: Audio CD
Second album from 1970s band featuring BJ Cole, Ricky Wills (later in Foreigner) and Mick Grabham (later Procol Harum). John Gilbert takes over the vocals, and does a good job, but the album is not as distinctive as the debut "Cochise" album.
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