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Barman63 (Southampton, Hampshire United Kingdom)

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Moving music, 31 Oct. 2006
Tunes from a much under-rated folk singer. Forget the comedian and listen to the words of Bombers Moon; this brought tears to my eyes, and I'm a natural cynic. Coupled with "And the Band played Waltzing Matilda" you have songs that are the equal of any of the acclaimed war poets.

This isn't finger in the ear fol-de-rol folk, but music of the people who put the great into Great Britain.

I can't recommend this album enough.

Burlesque [Deluxe Edition]
Burlesque [Deluxe Edition]
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bellowhead 1 - Doubting thomases 0, 3 Oct. 2006
Having seen Bellowhead live several times and fallen under the spell, having whirled my wife around the living room time and time again whilst listening to their earlier release EP.Onymous and been long time fans of the two Johns, Bowden and Spiers, we were really looking forward to this release, albeit with a touch of trepidation.

Well, we weren't disappointed with this at all; the wonderful version of Courting Too Slow brought tears to my ears, and the fantastically degenerate version of Flash Company brought tears of laughter.

Rigs of the Time and Sloe Gin capture exactly the essence of a live Bellowhead gig, and London Town is a well addressed version of an old standard.

Give your perception of Folk music the day off and listen to this album for it is surely destined to be a classic and remember - you heard it here first !

The Ultimate Collection
The Ultimate Collection

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Uplifting., 26 Aug. 2005
This review is from: The Ultimate Collection (Audio CD)
This is the CD that I always turn to when things aren't going so well. The sublime harmonies, the sheer joy of singing and, dare I say it, the Christianity that shones through never fails to lift my spirits.
There is music to suit all moods on this album, some well known, others that seem familiar and a few that will be new to you. This has to be one of the top 10 feel-good albums. Buy iy, you won't be disappointed.

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