Tag: Animals

Gary Numan – “I Still Remember / Puppets”

Gary Numan – “I Still Remember / Puppets”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “RSPCA  THIS RECORD HAS BEEN RELEASED WITH THE FULL SUPPORT AD APPRECIATION OF THE RSPCA.  A PET IS FOR LIFE AND NOT JUST FOR CHRISTMAS  GARY NUMAN  GARY NUMAN WILL DONATE HIS ROYALTY FOR EVERY COPY OF THIS RECORD TO THE RSPCA” Personal Review:  I got this LP for two... Read More »

Rolf Harris – “The Best of Rolf Harris”

Rolf Harris – “The Best of Rolf Harris”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “I first became a fan of Rolf Harris long before I knew he was a singer. At the time Rolf was appearing regularly on a children’s T.V. programme. Because of my small child I was forced to watch. I never regretted it. Splashing paint and chat about the studio in... Read More »

Norman Nardini – “Love Dog” 

Norman Nardini – “Love Dog” The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “I smell a hit!” Personal Review: Well, the song opens with a whole lot of dogs barking – and it’s definitely some Southern Rock here, it’s not that bad either. The lyrics aren’t the best, considering Norman is literally just singing “bow wow wow wow” – the musicianship however, is... Read More »

Bent Fabric – “Alley Cat”

Bent Fabric – “Alley Cat”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “The Alley Cats are swinging as they never have before. It all started when Bent Fabric, the international authority on the swinging life of the Alley Cat, revealed the answer to the age-old, and often asked question – what would an Alley Cat play if he could play the piano?... Read More »

Baby JJ – “La Perra”

Baby JJ – “La Perra”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review: To start, there is absolutely no information on who Baby JJ is, or was. I know nothing about him, and only bought the album for the dog on the cover. So, the album opens with the title track “La Perra” (seems a lot of the albums I’ve... Read More »

Indian Jack – “The World of Indian Jack & Friends”

Indian Jack – “The World of Indian Jack & Friends”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “John Charles Visser (Indian Jack) was born in the foothills ranching country of Calgary, Alberta on August 14th, 1929. (of Holland – Dutch, Scottish and Irish origin). Jack has lived in Calgary most of his life. He completed his high school education in 1948 and graduated with a Bachelor of... Read More »

Francis Lai – “International Velvet: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”

Francis Lai – “International Velvet: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”The Sleeve:   The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “Composers, like authors, are probably the most anonymous manipulators of public taste. We read or listen to their work, allow them to mould our thoughts and attitudes, and yet for the most part we are unaware of their personalities. Thus, when a film director is faced with the decision... Read More »

Bert Lorentz – “Time Out… to Praise the Lord!”

Bert Lorentz – “Time Out… to Praise the Lord!”The Sleeve:   The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None.  But it does have a fancy little lyric sheet! Personal Review:   So the LP starts with a rather nice song called “Living for You” – not quite sure what it is about. It does features vocals by his wife, Sandy Lorentz. They’re good. I like them. It’s... Read More »

Mumford & Sons – “Babel”

Mumford & Sons – “Babel”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: No Liner Notes. Personal Review:  I’m not too big on current music, a lot of people know this. Like, just look at my collection! But awhile ago, a friend bought me this album as she thought I’d really enjoy. So, here we go.  So, the album opens with the track... Read More »

Neil Madsen – “Trombone”

Neil Madsen – “Trombone”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “‘We can make our plans, but the final outcome is in God’s Hands’ Proverbs 16:1 (Living Bible) This album was born in my Father’s mind during August of 1980. Since then my parents and many other people have worked with me to produce a recording designed to honor God and... Read More »

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