Re: [Witchwood] Nomadness
- View SourceAbandoning The Strawbs after Nomadness? The same thing almost happened to me
- but the brilliant "Hanging in the Gallery" saved the day. This is one of
Dave's songs which works really well as a poem, I think. But I'm not a poet -
Doug, do you agree?
I actually read out "Hanging in the Gallery" in a university tutorial and
claimed that it was written by Dylan Thomas, just to see the effect. It
worked really well; serious English Literature students (who didn't know as
much Dylan Thomas as they thought) started raving about it - "this is a
marvellous work", "such rhyme and metre", "such insightful vision". Nasty
trick, I know, and boy were they pissed off when they learned it was "only a
pop song". But still, it is a great poem......
- View SourceThis album was always a favorite of mine as well. The re-issue is up on the top of my wishlist - now I look forward to it even more, having read your comments.
--- In Witchwood@yahoogroups.com, Knst456@... wrote:
> I just got the Nomadness re-issue . It is just wonderfully done. The
> best albums to me, are those, that create an environment that you can enter.
> This re-issue fulfills that criterion for me. No doubt that the mastering
> has made this an audiophile level production as well. The liner notes are
> very well done too. A nice concise history of the band. My fave
> composition is A Mind of My Own. A great "fusion" style synth solo in that. I've
> always liked this album but with this production, I really love it and rank it
> as a must have for all fans of prog. Is Dead Lines up for a reissue?
> I've got the One Way Records CD of that and don't recall seeing it as a CD
> on any other label. I wound up listening to both last night. Great albums
> for sure.
> Cheers, Ken/NY
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