Post by paradiseflats on Mar 22, 2018 13:43:59 GMT
Well I have listened to it twice. I have also listened to the band mix once.
I am no sonic expert but do prefer the band mix. Feels better to my ears and I guess that is all that counts.
A solo album from the machine. Much we have heard before its release. Have to admit it sounds a whole lot better from my cd than the links I had heard.
As for the music it is quite a mix. I am never going to love some this, the likes of Twinkletoes and Long distance love are just not for me.
There are some decent rockers on here. Better in my view than stuff on the last couple of Status quo releases. The ones that stray close to Status quo are decent rockers. Does feel odd not having Francis lead breaks on a Rick track, guess it shows how distinctive his playing is. Also I know that's the whole point of a solo release.
It is clearly not just Francis who likes a bit of ELO. As Rick has wrote a couple of tracks that would have done the Travellin Wilburys proud. Especially on When I was fallin in love.
There are two or three rockers that are very decent on here. Nothing to remind you of his former song writing mind you.
So far its a thumbs up. A solid 6/10. Which means its on a par with anything Status Quo has released since Never to late in my view. A sad reminder of a fallen talent who's personality shines through. You can hear, the twinkle in his eye as he wrong some of this.
Just shows you. I definitely would have used Fight for every heartbeat as a radio single. The best song written by a member of Status quo in 20 plus years.
Post by cammythemortonfan on Mar 23, 2018 12:08:40 GMT
Rhino plays bass on Lonesome Road ( specifically at Rick’s request the quote in ftmo is something like “ it became clear to Rick that Rhino had to play bass on this one” and also on Everybody Knows How To Fly
juansupposin: Love the song, even the RIFF track!
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granny: But @4th Chord regarding your new rule...if the man running the country (Dominic Cummings) can weave a fairy tale around known facts why can't we be just as creative?
May 28, 2020 10:47:27 GMT
juansupposin: 21st September 91 at Wembley, the 45 min Guinness concert, probably not the best concert to start, only 45 min, I remeber thinking they will play longer because it was the last concert
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coluquo: Ok hard to choose in the 21st but my vote goes to Liberty Lane and yes I acknowledge more poppythan classic rock!…
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1batfastard: granny: What! Become the English version of the democratic party? Maybe cummings is a democrat plant plotting a UK take over....
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Wim Huijsman: Nice item for sale, for real Quo fans. Rick Parfitt`s telecaster. Very nicely aged Fender Tele 1972
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Sept 19, 2020 20:38:18 GMT
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Nov 3, 2020 15:32:56 GMT
backwater67: of which line up Quo are always a 4 or 5 piece band.
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coluquo: Agreed every entry a classic....fantastic memories...
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coluquo: 50 years ago 1971 What a year ..the release of DOG and the greatest FACup shock in history ...13thFebruary!!
Jan 14, 2021 13:18:29 GMT
Pajoe: Hi this is all new to me and i am not sure how it works but can i have a link to your Live Here & Now, PLEASE. Cheer's Pajoe. Quo fanatic since Hello LP. I have quite a few unofficial bootleg CD's am i allowed to share them on this board
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