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Category: Melodic Prog Rock
Catalog Number: SAL 1010
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John Dexter Jones lead vocals, Words|
Steve 'Ronnie' Rundle electric & acoustic guitars, vocals
Steve Hayes electric guitar, backing vocals
Phil Mayhew bass
Andy Baker drums
|1. ||Down Three Times ||5:03|
|2. ||Dead Man's Shoes ||5:11|
|3. ||Kingston Corner Blues ||4:35|
|4. ||Rosetta Stoned ||5:09|
|5. ||No-one Spoke ||5:07|
|6. ||The Sniper ||4:58|
|7. ||On Bended Knee ||4:34|
|8. ||Eyes On The Prize ||3:47|
|9. ||Lennard's Blues ||4:14|
|10. ||Suffering In Silence ||4:11|
|11. ||Forgive Me My Sins ||6:21|
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|Total Running Time:|| 53:10|
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Existing comments about this CD
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: October 11, 2010 at 22:03|
|Always a major highlight when this band release a new album. Not because they are good friends of mine, but because they have been going for nigh on 20 years, have released 11 self financed albums & have worked their arses off on the live circuit over the years, proving that they are a majorly good,hard working professional band all round - a rare thing in this day and age. 'The Beachcomber' is a more mature album and sees the band settling into a comfortable, more relaxed groove, that has been more and more evident over their last few albums and sees them moving virtually completely away from the 'Melodic prog' tag that they have been labelled with (mostly inaccurately it must be said) over the years. There is some typically strong songwriting on show here 'Down Three Times' in particular shines through, and there are a few surprises along the way too, with some nice Sax flourishes added to the mix on a few songs 'Forgive My Sins' especially benifitting from the addition.
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: October 11, 2010 at 22:12|
|...There are a couple of tracks on here I am still unsure about, but as with mostly all the Jump albums to date, it takes a few spins to really appreciate all that is going on musically & especially lyrically, so 'The Beachcomber' is no different in that sense. If you have never heard this band before, my advice is to start with the 'Living In A Promised Land' album, which is more immediate and up tempo, but definitely add this one to the list of their must hear albums aswell. Quality with a capital 'Q'.
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