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Postcard From Britain [VINYL]
Postcard From Britain [VINYL]
Price: £19.21

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great album!, 6 Dec. 2013
Brand new album by Mr. Sensible and mr. Paul Gray.
Captains' voice, very diverse instruments, nice guitarsolos over a solid rhythm section of Paul Grays' unmistakeble bass-sounds and mr. Thicketts' simple but solid drumworks makes this a strong collection of very catchy tunes. Recorded in a real garage and in Mr.Grays' kitchen, it sounds exactly like this kind of music is supposed to sound!
If you like 'Black Album/Strawberries'-era Damned (and/or Sensibles' solo-outings) you'll love this one!
I loved this from the first spin!


Port 010
Port 010

4.0 out of 5 stars Not really Jazz, but the music is good!, 13 Mar. 2011
This review is from: Port 010 (MP3 Download)
I have this one on cd. It's a pleasant debut from this Dutch Rotterdam based trio.
The music is entirely instrumental: there is no singing, it's just piano, bass and drums!
But don't let that fool you.
The tracks vary from short fixed 'songs' to long & loose improviation-based pieces. Some bits are exiting and intense, although a lot of the tracks have a pleasant 'relaxing' feel about them.
There are some interesting themes, but sometimes there isn't even a fixed theme: they're just creating an atmosphere.
Sometimes it just sounds like a soundtrack to a non-existing film!
I would not want to call it Jazz, but hey, it's just a name. Who cares when the music is good!


44 Central Station
44 Central Station

4.0 out of 5 stars Cool instrumental jazz/pop with experimental edge, 26 Feb. 2011
This review is from: 44 Central Station (MP3 Download)
From time to time I try something new. As there's a namesake of me in this band I just had to listen to this one. Was very surprised by the sometimes light pop and/or jazz approach. There's some lengthly improvisation as well as short snappy songs. Mind you, its all instrumental: piano, bass, drums. Not a lot of bands do that these days. Good for background playing but certainly deserves multiple carefull listens. There's more than meets the ear on first play!


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