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Thursday, 5 February 2015

Joey Molland Demos: UK review

http://www.terrascope.co.uk/Reviews/Rumbles_December_14.htm

"Demos Old And New" by Badfinger legend Joey Molland collects seventeen recordings from as far back as 1972, through the '80s and the '90s. Each track is pretty short, with lots of blues ('Borderline,' 'Cadillac Blues'), while 'Clouds Of Love' has a bit of a punky vibe. 'Panning Gold' from 1982 seems to plumb electro depths, but it's the '70s material that stands up best: 'What You're Doin',' 'Miss Understood.' This album is pretty sought after, so it is another welcome re-release from Gonzo.

CURRENTLY AVAILABLE AT GONZO:



After The Pearl
CD - £9.99

The Pilgrim
CD - £9.99

Demos Old And New
CD - £9.99

Return To Memphis
SCD - £9.99

This Way Up
CD - £9.99

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