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Night-Bike-Ride (On Lilac Street) - Kaipa
I tend to agree with you Dave. I sort of overlooked Alan's contributions a bit in the early days, but when I got The Kindness Of Strangers, I loved his playing throughout that album. It has a similar sharp, staccato sound to Steve Howe at times. Love watching him play without a plectrum too, quite rare that amongst guitarists. For me though, SB's secret weapon has to be Ryo; the more I listen to him, the more I'm impressed with him. Love his stage presence too.
Barcelona - Freddie Mercury
Our sister website interviewed Steve at weekend, we had a listen of some of the tracks from the new album... One track in particular was JAW DROPPING!
This will hopefully blow the previous two albums out of the water.
Personally, I love the previous two albums, so if this is better it's going to be fantastic!
Reds In My Bed - 10CC
From Rochdale to Ocho Rios - 10CC
Currently on a Spock's Beard listening spree.
I've come to admire them more and more the more I listen to them. I know how important Neal was to the band, and I love watching him perform, he always puts in 100% on stage, but I do think Nick is the better singer live.
I love both the Nick and Neal eras equally; my top two SB albums are The Kindness Of Strangers and 10, one from each era.
Regarding Ted Leonard and the current era, I think he fits in quite well, but, so far, I prefer the two previous eras. The current music is very strong but maybe not quite as experimental as in the past. Still good stuff though.
Yet again playing Spock's Beard.
This time - Snow
I remember you sending me a copy of this Dave. I always liked the instrumental versions best
Spock's Beard - Day For Night
A good album though, if I'm honest, it's my least favourite of the Neal era.
Spock's Beard - The Light
Must admit, this is another album that's grown on me a lot lately. Top notch stuff, imo
Just finished playing:
Spock's Beard - Beware Of Darkness
This album has grown on me a lot lately, excellent album!
Haven't listened to Satellite in ages, will have to dig them out again methinks
Recently it's been: