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#1 Posted : 17 July 2017 02:36:31(UTC)

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#2 Posted : 17 July 2017 05:39:02(UTC)

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Thanks for those.

The Quietus one is a little 'Pseud's Corner' for my liking with a few glaring errors. The journo clearly having fun with his Thesaurus.

Take ‘Who’s Joe’ from 2005’s Get Ready coming two songs in – it wasn’t their most thrilling moment then, and it isn’t now.

Right year but wrong album. It's a much maligned track but I really enjoyed hearing it both times at MIF.

Dream Attack’ follows, the final and only guitar-led song on Technique

Surely, he means final guitar-led song "of the set"? Technique has All The Way, Love Less, Guilty Partner... RUN? All heavily 'guitar-led'.

‘Shellshock’ also surges like a statement of intent, about life, about love, about music. “It's never enough/ It's never enough/until your heart stops beating,” sings the 61-year-old in the centre of the stage, who you sense, at that moment, might never stop dancing. We’re reminded of where we’re going, but in a spirit of energy and utter euphoria.

Commander Gilbert filter-sweeping the melody through the room, our minds, our muscles, our memories.

I have no idea what this chap's on about. The rest of the article sports a similar flowery prose.

Still, it's a perspective I suppose.

Edited by user 17 July 2017 10:57:10(UTC)  | Reason: Tidy.

#3 Posted : 17 July 2017 15:41:53(UTC)

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It is great that Gillian is a Commander of the British Empire, but Steven and Peter and Bernard are likely going to be decorated as well, soon , hopefully .Commander Sumner sounds good. Or Sir Bernard. Of course , I could get excited if Crosby, Stills,Nash , and Bernard got together for a few weeks. The article is ok, it not easy to be an Edmund Crispin .
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