and the Iraq war and Working On A Dream was infused with the hope offered by the new Obama administration. As the title suggests, it's a recording best listened to in the summer months, but the feelings induced should help you through these cold months. The presentation and packaging, as I've already hinted, is both lavish, sturdy and user-friendly, with all five volumes accessibly yet solidly bound into the one robust hardcover sleeve. The opening song, Axe Mountain is a blood-curdling tale of serial killing on the Devon moors, told in true murder-ballad style. M David Kidman Stömp - I Claim My Five Pounds (Osmosys) OK Lobby Lud! I seem to be reviewing Kansas City with great regularity these days.
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Those two musicians appear very selectively elsewhere on the CD, along with Amanda Threlfall on occasional fiddle and excellent use is made of the Threlfall Sisters' wonderful voices on around a third of the disc's tracks, imparting a rather lovely third-dimension to the Snapes' already. Alongside the blindingly obvious inclusions like Born To Run (Allan Clarke the anthemic Because The Night (Patti Smith) - a song of which Springsteen himself was never to release a studio recording - and the two famous extended prog-workouts by Manfred Mann's Earth Band (Blinded. The range of songs to receive the trademark Chris'n'Denny treatment is wider here than hitherto, with Shane MacGowan's Rainy Night In Soho opening the new collection in style before moving on into more familiar traditional territory (Bantry Girl's Lament, which is ideally combined with. As confirmed in his own companionable and anecdotal booklet notes, Darrell similarly conveys his desire to make other folks' great songs truly his own, in the easy company of a stalwart roster of musos that includes Dirk Powell, Danny Thompson, Andrea Zonn, Stuart Duncan, Casey. And the fine production (a joint effort between Beck and Paul Strahan) perfectly suits Beck's musical personality. Disc three, E for Eric, comprises Extras. Cameron Henderson of Black Diamond Express features on five numbers, including the opening track, a murder themed Hardy and the deceptively jaunty TA9 while Peatbog Faeries' Roddy Nelson scrapes the bow on the post-apocalyptic title track with its Mad Max image of 'forty acres. M Sue Cavendish Soundsphere - Midnight Dawn (Soundsphere) This York-based acappella (with a bit of percussion) female vocal quartet go from strength to strength, with a beautifully co-ordinated corporate identity, eyecatching appearance and stunning ensemble live act that deservedly wins them many friends. Or as he succinctly puts it on Pigboy, "It was summer I was ten, a family trip along union canal I was a miserable f*er then and I'm still one now." With the notable exceptions of the dark metronome rhythms of Ballad Of The Pissed.