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The Winds Of Change
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Category: Melodic Prog Rock
Label: Salad (UK)
Catalog Number: SAL 505
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John Dexter Jones vocals|
Steve Hayes electric and acoustic guitars, additional vocals
Peter Davies electric and acoustic guitars
Hugh Gascoyne bass
Andy Barker drums, percussion
|1. ||The Lightbox ||2:53|
|2. ||A Picture in Gold ||4:45|
|3. ||Don't Let Them Tell You (That You're Old) ||6:01|
|4. ||The Mystic ||3:26|
|5. ||A New World ||5:24|
|6. ||Shelter Me ||3:37|
|7. ||The Freedom Train ||3:34|
|8. ||Working For a Living ||5:37|
|9. ||Soft-Shoe-Tread ||2:59|
|10. ||You Will Be Queen ||5:00|
|11. ||Johnny and the Lightning ||4:20|
|12. ||The Winds of Change ||4:41|
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|Total Running Time:|| 52:17|
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|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: August 3, 2013 at 7:03|
|I'll try not to be to bias when reviewing Jump's catalogue as they are god mates of mine. What I will say hand on heart though that they are a great band!! OK What do they sound like - Classic Rock with influences from Bad Co.,Led Zeppelin with a hint of Melodic Prog ala Fish era Marillion (especially in John's vocals) - That should give a very rough idea of how they sound. This is their debut album & is still one of my favourite releases. Recorded live in the studio (although you wouldn't know it),this just about covers all the bases of the earlier Jump sound, from the simple & melodic 'The Lightbox' & 'The Mystic',to the atmospheric 'Don't Let Them Tell You (that you're old)' & 'Soft Shoe Tread', the beautiful ballad 'A New World', the acoustic 'Freedom Train' & the more uptempo 'You Will Be Queen' & 'The Winds Of Change'. Great songs one and all!!!.
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