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Colin Tench Project - Hair In A G-String (Unfinished But Sweet) CD (album) cover

HAIR IN A G-STRING (UNFINISHED BUT SWEET)

Colin Tench Project

 

Crossover Prog

4.09 | 244 ratings

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Mitzieboo
5 stars Wow,The Colin Tench Project Hair in a G String ( unfinished but sweet) is my absolute favourite album of 2016. The musicality of the whole album, every track different yet the genius that is so obviously Colin Tench shines through every guitar chord. Can't see it any other way i think is very much influenced by the beatles ballads, then Part 4B has hints of the Beatles once again but in a completely different way, i hear i am a walrus in parts, the vocals by Peter Jones and Phil Naro are great. Lisa's entrance unplugged is a fantastic instrumental it makes me think of Robin Hood and Maid Marion. There's also a Spanish flavour to Dnieper Summer Day, another excellent piece. There is something on this Album for everyone. It's been so cleverly put together by someone who loves what he's doing and it comes through in his music. And so, Today and A Beautiful Feeling are truly beautiful songs, wonderful lyrics accompanied by an amazing musical arrangement. Anyone who listens to this album will be blown away, the name Colin Tench should be up there with the best, his music will put a smile on anyone's face, for many different very clever reasons. ...
Mitzieboo | 5/5 |

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