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Chris De Burgh -The Hands Of Man
Spaceresearcher
Checked out Chris De Burgh's video on the creation of his latest albumn 'The Hands Of Man' and found it a nice introduction to the city of Liverpool which I've yet to explore.

For Beetles fans there's a couple of nice surprises as well.


Check out: The Making Of The Hands Of Man (yes I know many strange visions and jokes could be conjured but it's not what you think) video
www.cdeb.com

Once of my favourite rock ballard singer song writers and I just thought I'd share it with you all.
 
RiccledW
Hi.
Yes C de B is a fine songwriter,I really like his stuff between 1976-1986 especially the superb album 'Man on the line' surely his most complete album,with one of my all time favourite ballads,'The Head and The Heart'
He's often at his best as a storyteller,that's his best area,from the touching Borderline to the lighthearted Patricia the Stripper to the dark and moody 'The last time I cried' a very somber track.
Yes good ol Chris.
R.
 
Spaceresearcher
RiccledW wrote:

Hi.
Yes C de B is a fine songwriter,I really like his stuff between 1976-1986 especially the superb album 'Man on the line' surely his most complete album,with one of my all time favourite ballads,'The Head and The Heart'
He's often at his best as a storyteller,that's his best area,from the touching Borderline to the lighthearted Patricia the Stripper to the dark and moody 'The last time I cried' a very somber track.
Yes good ol Chris.
R.


Hi,
Absolutely, 'Man on the line' is an amazing album. It's hard for me to pick a favourite but 'Eastern Wind' certainly ranks up there with 'Man on the line'.

What amazes me is how his voice just keeps on delivering years later. Most of those super artists who sing at overdrive feaver pitch (Whitney Houston for example), are not able to do it forever, whereas singers like C de B can. Amazing artist.
 
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