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THERE GOES THE DAYLIGHT

Peter Hammill

 

Eclectic Prog

3.57 | 30 ratings

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dougiejs
4 stars Stunned to discover no previous review of this quite excellent album.Of the live P>H albums I think this one is my personal fave.There are some brilliant performances here, any real PH fan should own this one and any casual rock listener would find something here to whet there appetite to want to hear more of this brilliant maverick artist(and I use the word advisedly-for the man is a true artist) The renditions of the tunes here are formidable and when PH rocks he really rocks man! Stand out moments for me are the old VdG track 'the habit of the broken heart' and 'Lost and Found' taken from Hammill's masterpiece 'Over' but there is not a weak track on this one The playing is awesome we find Stuart Gordon in blistering form then Nic Potter holds the thing to with his usual competence Manny Elias (an excellent session player in any band) adds some stunning work to this ensemble BUT the greatest accolades go,as usual to the man himself he truly seems to relish playing with these guys! So all I can sum up with is do not hesitate if you don't already own this one GO NOW WASTE NO TIME BUY IT GO ON WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR DO IT NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
dougiejs | 4/5 |

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