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Artist: Toby and the Whole Truth

Title: Ignorance Is Bliss

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Category: AOR

Year: 1995

Label: Cottage Industry (UK)

Catalog Number: COTIND CD5

Personnel

Toby Jepson Vocals, Guitar, Percussion
Russell Godwin Guitar
Roger Davis Bass, Percussion
Pete Thomas Drums
Andy Nixon Percussion
Mick Rothebotashaw Piano, Percussion

Tracks

1.  Some People Are More Equal Than Others  
2.  Better Off Without Me  
3.  Slipping Through Your Fingers  
4.  Haven't Got The Strength  
5.  The Wind Blows Hard  
6.  All Heal In Time  
7.  I Won't Be With You  
8.  Save Me From Myself  
9.  Out Of Sight Out Of Mind  
10.  Harder All The Time  
11.  Open Your Mind  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: CC Date: November 30, 2005 at 12:15
Shoulda stayed with the Little Angels. This album was very dull! Still,its miles better than the hippy,druggy crap produced by some of the other ex-Little Angels band members!

From: Wardy Date: April 22, 2013 at 21:38
What we got here was a rather laid back moderate affair but it's now clear TobyAndTheWholeTruth was far better than we mighta first thought, & gotta say while sure it coulda done with more rock this is a fantastic release anyways and there's a ton of strong material to be had, each displaying Toby's usual strong writing & performances, Toby still in top shape vocally. In fact the running order is primarily where IMO this stumbled upon release, the first couple tunes not quite capturing the true essence of the album. For example the crusier (and personal fave) Harder All The Time, the groov'n The Wind Blows Hard, the huge singalong balladish Save Me From Myself, the dark Slipping Through Your Finger, & I Won't Be With You are all top notch on par with the then recent Angels... Maybe just me but from track3 and beyond the album keeps improving, acoustics and voice all intact! Regardless, well worth revisiting -Rating a solid 7.5


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