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descot442 "Bodhisattva" (Heswall Wirral UK)

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Less Than Nothing
Less Than Nothing
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5.0 out of 5 stars The New Pope ! Max, not Jude...., 22 Feb. 2017
This review is from: Less Than Nothing (MP3 Download)
This young man's gonna be successful. These days, what that means for a talented musician/songwriter/singer is anyone's guess. Think of Ben Watt and with guitar style influences from Tuck Andress, a bit of Ryley Walker/John Martyn. Saw him last night at The Jazz Café in support of Nick Waterhouse - was engaging and certainly made me look for him online and any music to purchase. A revelation. Exciting to catch him early in his development.

Friendly Fires
Friendly Fires
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Too Good To Be True?....Not A Bit, 30 Nov. 2008
This review is from: Friendly Fires (Audio CD)
This is a bona fide pop/dance classic. FF hark back to the 80's..the best parts..and you won't be disappointed if you enjoyed the early career-defining albums of Prince/Eurthymics/Thompson Twins/Spandau(early singles)Heaven 17. Add-in some Parachutes Coldplay and some chiming,exciting guitar work and you've got the best confection I've heard for a long,long time.
It's the kind of album that makes you want to shout from the rooftops for everyone to take time out to listen,dance and enjoy.
I don't know what else FF could do to make a classic debut...they could be prettier?...from NYC?...have celebrity girlfriends?......but that's just the fluff that would get them a Red Top audience.
I hope they can make a great living while making great music.
Get them while they're a relative 'secret' and bask in the reflected glory of discovering their cool debut CD.
They're great.

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