Saturday, 8 July 2017

V.A.- The Bunch - Rock On 1972 (2003 Fledg'ling Records) Flac & mp3@320

The Bunch was a loosely knit group of English folk-rock veterans who recorded this disappointing set of oldies covers. The Bunch exhibits no shortage of enthusiasm for their renditions of Berry, Presley, Lewis, and Holly hits. However, the record suffers from both sloppy playing and obvious song selections. Not surprisingly, the album's high points are the two most obscure songs: Dion's "My Girl the Month of May" (sung by Richard Thompson), and Sandy Denny's heartfelt reading of Buddy Holly's "Learning the Game." (allmusic)

Sorry Folks but don't believe this review. The guy who wrote it must be totally deaf. I hope for him he's not blind, too. Dumb?... well...:-)
Enjoy it
            Frank  Flac p1Flac p2    -  mp3@320


  1. The Bunch is Fairport Convention, or most of it's members.

  2. Thanks for this gem, as I owned this album after starting to like this kind of music listening to Island-Records-Sampler like "Bumpers" and so on. Brings back some fine memories to me, very much appreciated!

    1. Hello Woody, it's my pleasure.
      Kind regards