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Simon Bray

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  • Jorn: Heavy Rock Radio. I listened to this on my recent holiday in Crete more and more I think it's a work of demented genius.

  • Ted Poley: Beyond the Fade: This one really benefitted from the sunshine the perfect summer record.

  • Dan Reed Network: Fight Another Day. By far my favourite album by the band.

  • Phantom 5: Phantom 5. I read some really sniffy reviews of this one but it is an excellent example of European hard rock.

  • Blackfoot: Southern Native. I still have reservations about the validity of the name but this is a fine album.

  • Big Big Train: Folklore. Still getting regular spins.

  • Chris Robinson Brotherhood: Phosphoresce. Note to self, " Buy the new CRB album asap."

  • Lindemann: Lindemann. First listen for a while, still a goodie.

  • A Thousand Horses. Note to self, "Get tickets for their Manchester gig in December."

  • Barenaked Ladies: BNL Rocks Red Rocks (Live). One of the most entertaining bands I have ever seen and I caught them on this tour so this is a good souvenir of the set.

  • Van Zant: Red, White and Blue (Live). I could definitely do without the God-bothering intro but it is fantastic to hear Donnie and Johnny have a go at Wild Eyed Southern Boys and a host of other great tunes.
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