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Come To Me - Phil Weeks - Raw Instrumental (CD, Album)

02.10.2021

Bubbling under was a feature on Top Of The Pops where bands close to the top 40 summit would appear. Lagartija Nick saw Bauhaus make for a menacing three minutes. More: the mysterious synth pop of Jani Z. Take the pressure. China Crisis — Christian. Tyrone Brunson — The Smurf. Ultravox — Hymn. Lest we forget Montana Sextet — Heavy Vibes. A VERY strong line-up here. Sharon Redd — In the Name of Love.

The Maisonettes — Heartache Avenue. Thompson Twins — Love on Your Side. International mix UK mix. Great selections Cosmo! Nice Salsoul Orchestra tune! A lot of the really good songs on here — China Crisis, Icehouse, The Stranglers Come To Me - Phil Weeks - Raw Instrumental (CD went on to appear on Chart Runners which I have and no doubt is forthcoming in your reviews…. Yes, not too common Andy. Thanks Ald, much appreciated. Nearly all tracks unedited and some really obscure but popular-for-a-brief-period tracks.

Certainly the first Now album makes no effort to cover the also-rans, instead being obsessed with chart-toppers. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.

You are commenting using your Twitter account. I have a lot of respect for Vincent and his song-writing, and I tend to really enjoy the vast majority of his songs and appreciate his vocals.

The D'Ercole albums stand up to the quality of his other bands and solo work Come To Me - Phil Weeks - Raw Instrumental (CD this opus being no exception. If you're already a fan of the band, or indeed anything involving Vincent, then this will definitely please you.

I enjoyed the album on my casual first listen, but felt it wasn't as impressive as some of Vincent's other recent output.

When I returned to the album for a proper listen as I started my review, I found the songs more intriguing than my first impression implied, and with further multiple spins, I then found the songs really getting under my skin. It didn't take too long for it to really start impressing me; this is definitely one of Vincent's strongest albums to date and maybe the best D'Ercole have produced hitherto.

As you've come to expect from any of Vincent's releases, he's not afraid to mix it up and offer some variation with his songs. The ever-present Beatles influence rears its head on album closer 'Don't Know What You've Got', albeit in a slightly less prominent way than I've heard before.

Here the main mix is between full-bloodied hard rockers and songs with strong, early AOR touches along the lines of Chicago and other piano-led bands from that era. These softer songs are accompanied by raw-edged guitars which modernise the impact and beefs up the sound in a harder direction as some of these songs could just as easily be recorded as Pop songs given the strength of the melodies.

Vincent puts in a really strong vocal performance on this album and 'Time To Walk Away' is a prime example of his voice at its best. I also enjoyed the raw and prominent guitars which give these songs a D'Ercole stamp and identity. Paul Woodward. Write the displayed characters. This website uses cookies to help us give you the best experience when you visit. Cookies used for the essential operation of the site have already been set. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

To find out more about the cookies we use and how to delete them, see our Privacy Statement. Latest News. News Archive. Album Reviews. It s a particular side of me that Im really into at the moment - there's no acid or techy tracks on the album I love that also as people know - it's all about soul music and funk influences. Speaking further of the album concept and it's Come To Me - Phil Weeks - Raw Instrumental (CD Phil Weeks explains, "It's all about sampling, cutting, tweeking the samples in pieces and doing a puzzle.

I Come To Me - Phil Weeks - Raw Instrumental (CD inspired a lot by this. Since Phil Weeks has released his unique brand of house music on some of the world's leading underground labels including Vision, Music For Freaks, Brique Rouge, Detour, Adult Only and his own Robsoul, which is responsible for the majority of his original output. His debut album "Yeah I Like That" was Come To Me - Phil Weeks - Raw Instrumental (CD in His rise as Album) hotly in-demand international DJ has matched his production career mbs is a free music's lover association on the net we only share the music we love, with the people we like keep your mind, your body and your soul open The original mix is a classic low slung, sleazy, jacking groove from Phil.

Brazilian duo Anhanguera add sax stabs and a driving groove whilst fellow Sao Paulo producers VCO Rox drop a techier, fidgetty electro-tinged remix that has peak hour written all over it. Opener Instrumental Mix Come To Me Instrumental Mix The One Instrumental Mix

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