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Ask Jon himself,
he doesn't seem to be too awful proud of it.
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Ask Jon himself,
he doesn't seem to be too awful proud of it.



He isn't now,but he was way back in the early eighties and I still like this one a [sign in to see URL]'s divers,good ballads and 2 thundering tracks (Drums&Organ,Cozy/Paicey&Jon)
For sure he wouldn't do an album like that nowadays,because it's a different time in his life and he thinks different - S O ?

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Doesn't change a thing for me,I bought it the day it came out and it just doesn't
ring my bell.
When I commented about it I was just speaking in comparison to (almost) every
other solo project he's ever done.
If the poster(Milan) doesn't have the rest then I was suggesting not going too far out of his way for this one,that's all. emoticon

I do like:
Bach Onto This
Tender Babes
Hollywood Rock And Roll
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I do like:
Bach Onto This
Tender Babes
Hollywood Rock And Roll



The weak part of the album, if you ask me. emoticon

I think it really picks up after this. Vicki Brown's vocals are gorgeous, as are Elmer Gantry's. Jon Lord's playing is superlative too, especially on Going Home and the tiotle track.
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Can anyone near me get this cheap? I desperatly need that one!



Check your email. emoticon
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The weak part of the album, if you ask me.




To tell you the truth I don't find anything strong about the album,but I wouldn't call it weak either,just not spectacular.
I prefere Sarabande any day.
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Incidentally, people who bought this CD on Amazon UK also bought the Busted album!

Urgh!



Guilty as charged but yes, it was for my 8 year old lad.

To be fair to the young 'uns, they play their own guitars, write their own music and give it a [sign in to see URL] is more than can be said for most "pop" acts of today emoticon

If you're a fan of Jon then this is one for you, Vicki Brown's vocals are delightful, a shame she's no longer with us but Jon is still working with Sam Brown to bring us delights such as Wait a While. It's a nice gentle album, perhaps almost easy listening.

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I like it. Along with "Sarabande", my two favorite Lord solo works outside of Deep Purple.

Just thought I'd add that I think it was this album that added fuel to all the "Lord to join BadCo." rumors way back in the day.

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I got it in the meantime and I think it´s quite good. Chance on a feeling(Whitesnake without Coverdale and Moody) Tender babes(Blackmore must have heard that), Bach onto this(just a medly but hey!) Say it's all right, Burntwood and Where are you?(Tony Ashton is great!) are personal favourties of mine.
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I got it in the meantime and I think it´s quite good. Chance on a feeling(Whitesnake without Coverdale and Moody) Tender babes(Blackmore must have heard that), Bach onto this(just a medly but hey!) Say it's all right, Burntwood and Where are you?(Tony Ashton is great!) are personal favourties of mine.



Where Are You is one of my favourites too, but its Elmer Gantry (from Stretch) on vocals, not Ashton. emoticon
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