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3.84 | 10 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Prelude to the Ladies' Valley (0:37)
2. Why Oh Why (3:10)
3. Moog Fugue (4:11)
4. Grand Canyon of My Dreams (3:43)
5. The Journey by Camel (2:30)
6. Limoncello (8:00)
7. Bach Flute Sonata Allegro (3:05)
8. The Cuckoo (3:51)
9. Destiny (6:27)
10. Carmina Burana (O Fortuna) (3:59)
11. Takin' Part Merlin (4:32)
12. Quaterfoil (1:18)
13. Liquorish Torpedo (3:32)
14. Oceans Away (2:42)
15. Runnin' in, Runnin' Out (3:42)
16. The Ladies' Valley (7:43)

Total time 63:02

Line-up / Musicians

- Robert Webb / keyboards, guitars, drums, bass
- Jenny Darren / vocals
- Frank Holland / vocals
- Alan Love / vocals
- Jamie Moses / vocals
- Steve Unruh / violins, vocals
- Fabian Baird / drums
- Tony Beard / drums
- Jode Leigh / drums
- Nicko McBrain / drums
- Kimmo Pörsti / drums
- Dave Whitlow-Brown / drums
- Marco Bernard / bass
- Steve Carmen / bass
- Jonny Gee / bass
- Yutaka Masuda / bass
- Paul Taylor / bass
- Luis Jardem / percussion
- The David Katz Orchestra / strings
- Bogati-Bokor Akos / guitars
- Al Johnson / guitars
- Yoshihisa Shimizu / guitars
- Chris Zantioti / guitars
- Eun Jung Lee / piano
- Rachel Hamilton / flute
- Martin Henderson / backing vocals
- Maggie Alexander / backing vocals
- Clara Kanter / backing vocals
- Malcolm Abbs / backing vocals
- Keith Abbs / backing vocals
- Sjaak van der Bent / backing vocals
- Dee Griffiths / backing vocals
- Jandira Silva / backing vocals
- Nina Kanter / backing vocals
- Bryony Maddern / backing vocals

Releases information

Seacrest Oy / Garden Shed Music

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ROBERT WEBB Liquorish Allsorts ratings distribution

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars UK composer and musician Robert WEBB is perhaps best known for his tenure in progressive rock band England, whose sole album "Garden Shed" from 1977 is a heralded production. He's been and still is involved in a number of different bands and projects, both inside and outside of progressive rock circles. "Liquorish Allsorts" is his first ever solo album, released through the Finnish label Seacrest Oy in 2014.

"Liquorish Allsorts" is truly a bag of mixed allsorts. The material covers multiple styles, and some of them do come with an overall sound that firmly places them in the time period when they were recorded and/or created. All in all, this is a rather enjoyable mix of allsorts, and while there are the token item here and there that doesn't come across as tasty as the rest (which is always the case for a well assembled bag of allsorts), the end result is a fairly good one. I'd recommend this album to those with a fairly widespread taste in 70's oriented progressive rock first and foremost, and in particular those from that segment who also enjoy the occasional forage into mainstream oriented territories.

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4 stars This is that kind of album that it must be listened with the heart and in a quite melancholic state of mind!Robert Webb is a personality of the old British prog school and he was involved many years ago in this movement with his own band called ENGLAND!.LIQUORISH ALLSORTS is a nice collectio ... (read more)

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