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BEST OF FEBRUARY 2K15

80’s Butlin’s stag weekend, Ben walking :), Ben getting ill :(, Ben perking up at 2 in the morning :o

Best album of recent times
Beardfish - 4626-Comfortzone (2015)
Bigelf - Into The Maelstrom (2014)
The Cadillac Three – Tennessee Mojo (2013)
Freak Kitchen - Cooking With Pagans (2014)
Ed Kowalczyk - The Flood And The Mercy (2014)
McBusted – McBusted (2014)
Mostly Autumn – Dressed In Voices (2014)
Pain Of Salvation - Falling Home (2014) acoustic album
Ten - Albion (2014)

Surprisingly entertaining award goes to McBusted
Meanwhile Beardfish, Bigelf, Freak Kitchen and Pain Of Salvation are all as interesting as always.
But I mostly enjoyed… actually I enjoyed McB more but I appreciated more United Progressive Fraternity - Fall In Love With The World (2014) New band formed from the ashes of Australian act Unitopia, plus guest appearances from Steve Hackett (Genesis) & Jon Anderson (Yes).

Best album from ages past
Damage Control - Damage Control (2007) - Robin George, Spike, Pete Way, Chris Slade
Damage Control - Raw (2009) – Not Spike
Lana Lane - El Dorado Hotel (2012)
Alan Morse – Four O’Clock And Hysteria (2007)

Freak Kitchen – Land Of The Freaks (2009) Quirky rock from those quirky Swedes

Gig of the Month
Black Label Society - Wed 18 Feb @ Rock City
10cc - Thur 19 Feb @ Concert Hall – Performing the album Sheet Music + the hits. I especially liked Kevin Godley’s video contribution of him singing Somewhere In Hollywood.

Cinema film of the Month
none

Film on TV
300: Rise Of An Empire
Bad Neighbours

Top purchase
Vauxall Zafira Tourer SE - The new family car, mainly used by Kel.

March has 2 days off work, 1 gig a family holiday weekend and my 3rd Wedding anniversary :o
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