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Keep the Nite Light Burning
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Category: Prog. Rock
Label: Jet (Germany)
Catalog Number: JETCD 1006
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Tony Clarkin acoustic and slide guitars, backing vocals|
Bob Catley lead vocals, tambourine
Wally Lowe bass, backing vocals
Micky Barker drums, percussion
Mark Stanway piano, electric piano
This is an acoustic CD which includes some old classics re-recorded.
|1. ||The Prize |
|2. ||Heart Broken Busted |
|3. ||Foolish Heart |
|4. ||Lonely Nights |
|5. ||Start Talking Love |
|6. ||Only A Memory |
|7. ||Need a Lot of Love |
|8. ||Maybe Tonight |
|9. ||One Night of Passion |
|10. ||Without Your Love |
|11. ||Shoot |
|12. ||Soldier of the Line |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Tom Morton
||Date: May 10, 2003 at 13:22|
|This one grows on you just stand in a grow bag and watch the fruits of this offering bloom and you will here some old friends, put on a new coat and sound as if someone has just given them a new lease of life an injection of character so differnt from when they were young and fresh well worth the money won't spoil the album by giving anything away about how the album sounds, let you all make up your own minds you will not be dissapointed with whats on offer its just another face of MAGNUM!!.
||Date: April 2, 2004 at 13:43|
|Not the one to start with if you're new to Magnum but a very good album it is. A new face on both songs and band, Tom Morton(comment above) really said it all!
||Date: May 1, 2004 at 0:23|
|Hmmm.. never quite connected with this one. The talent is there in boatloads, however Magnum unplugged just somehow does not seem legal! You NEED all that electricity to get that bombastic pompous swagger just right!! Having said that, some of these versions give new life to old skins in a way that has to be admired. After all, this IS Magnum we're talking about. Not much else to say, really. Just one major moan - where the drooling HECK is Les Morts Dansant? Can't understand it's absence.
||Date: June 7, 2011 at 4:36|
|Everybody made unplugged albums in the early 90's and this is one of the better ones. Takes a new angle on all the songs featured instead of just adding a acoustic guitar and calling it unplugged!
||Date: August 15, 2013 at 5:19|
|Wonder why I got this instead of some other original Magnum title, the song selection is pretty weak and the whole accoustic thing just robs the songs of their power.
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