When I hear of new Quireboys material, I want to hear raw, bluesy rock and roll. And boy… do they deliver it.
I heard this song for the first time this week, live in Cardiff on their current tour with FM. After all these years, this band can still rock and roll with the best of them. How can you not bob your head to this?
This sounds like a record that the band really enjoyed making. His voice is pure honesty and a track like this really lets you get into that feeling.
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Read more. Nightingales: No Love Lost — Vinyl reissue reviewed. Melody and mayhem are offered in equal measure, and the band seems to have forsaken their earlier traces of dewey-eyed sentiment, making this the most aggressive effort of their peak period.
Here again, a host of leftovers fill the end of disc one and all of disc two, with a good number of the extras offered in the form of actual unreleased songs. The most recent reissue is the unfortunately dubbed Amazing Disgrace , an album that arrived at the end of their tenure with DGC.
Approaching their late twenties, Auer and Stringfellow were looking at the rapid encroachment of adulthood as well as a career path that remained uncertain at best. Interestingly enough, the band often went with the original arrangements in shaping the final sound. A shift in the line-up, a split with their record label, overexertion and simple exhaustion led to a short but necessary hiatus that may have temporarily doomed them to relative obscurity. Still, that points out the credence that came in this particularly prolific period.