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About Jez

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    Official Heavy Harmonies Gropie...err "Groupie"
  • Birthday 05/06/1966

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    Milton Keynes UK
  • Interests
    Bass player in Heavy Pettin, , Footie, Cricket, Sleeping and BEER

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  • Favorite Band
    Toto/Cheap Trick/Saga
  • Favorite CD
    Kim Mitchell - Akimbo Alogo

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  1. Good album, although 'Ignition' 'and the mighty 'No Btrakes' are the better. of the first three. All of his solo albums are worth digging out though, as there are treasures to be found on them all.
  2. All three Franke albums are great, this being the best one, just ahead of Below The Belt' ..Some great songs on all of them.
  3. Jez

    What CDs did you buy this week?

    Angel - The Casablanca Years (Box Set) Treat - Tunguska Uriah Heep - Living The Dream (Deluxe) CD/DVD Groundbreaker - S/T
  4. Jez

    What CDs did you buy this week?

    Hotel - S/T (Rock Candy Reissue) Hotel - Half Moon Silver (Rock Candy Reissue) Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same (Deiuxe Edition)
  5. Jez

    AURI - s/t

    Great Album
  6. Jez

    What CDs did you buy this week?

    Alice Cooper - A Paranormal Evening With Alice Cooper
  7. Jez

    Airrace - Untold Stories

    Some really good tunes 'Running Out Of Time'' and 'Summer Rain' especially and some not so. Quite varied style wise too., so overall, pretty good without earning any top 10 placings
  8. Jez

    Aldo Nova 2.0

    It's ok but Too much going on in the mix. It was a classic song before, so pretty pointless fucking about with it. What are the others going to sound like I ask?
  9. Jez

    Steve Perry - Traces

    Sounds great. Great vibe. I'd like another 'Street Talk ' style of album from him, that soulful style suits his voice perfectly. Bare in mind he is nearly 70 years old, so another Journey sounding, rockier album is probably doubtful at this stage in his career. There are plenty of other bands doing that in this genre anyways. Welcome back Steve. Look forward to hearing the rest of it.
  10. Jez

    What CDs did you buy this week?

    Airrace - Untold Stories Champlin, Williams, Friestedt - 10 Miles EP Saxon - Innocence Is No Excuse...+7 (Digibook) Saxon - Rock The Nations...+8 (Digibook) Saxon -Destiny...+6 (Digibook)
  11. Pretty nice lineup of bands for the Hull Metal Heaven weekender, coming up Sept 14-16
  12. Jez

    What CDs did you buy this week?

    Kissin' Dynamite - Generation Goodbye: Dynmite Nights 2 CD/Blu-ray Molly Hatchet - Fall Of The Peacemakers 1980-1985 (Box) 4 CD Florent Pagny - The Essential Studio Albums (Box) 9 CD
  13. Maybe a couple of average ones on the first 2 albums, but since then, plain sailing all the way
  14. David Bowie - Welcome To The Blackout - Live In London '78 The Joe Chemay Band - The Riper The Finer The Night Flight Orchestra - Sometimes The World Ain't Enough (Jap)

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