Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rock
Digipak reissue of the ex-Zombies vocalist's second solo album, originally released in 1972 on Epic. Featuring production by ex-Zombies Rod Argent & Chris White with backing by the group Argent on several tracks. Includes ... more »
Digipak reissue of the ex-Zombies vocalist's second solo album, originally released in 1972 on Epic. Featuring production by ex-Zombies Rod Argent & Chris White with backing by the group Argent on several tracks. Includes the hit singles, 'How Could We Dare To Be Wrong' & 'I Don't Believe In Miracles'. 11 tracks. SMM. 2003.
Finally-Ennismore on CD!
bonzee | 03/27/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This classic 'gem' followed up 'One Year' without a loss in Colin's quality to put together a wonderful collection of songs - many penned by himself. This is more of a 'band' album rather than 'One Year's' classical bent...but it is truly a great follow up!
'I don't Believe in Miracles' is haunting, and to this day probably one of Colin's finest songs!. 'Exclusively for me' and 'Every sound I Heard' are true Blunstone classics! as is 'Time's Running Out' Chris white's 'Andorra' is another great song.
If you like Colin, it's criminal not to have this album on CD! If you're new to his work - this, along with 'One Year' and 'Journey' are bound to remain close to the CD player for a long time.
Colin was and remains one of pop music's legendary singers."
Finally found a copy again
P. J. Walstra | 09/23/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This was an album that I used to have on vinyl just after it came out. It was a present from a friend and I really didn't know any of Colin's solo works. What a pleasant surprise this album was. All the songs on it are great. Most people know (or should) songs like I Don't Believe In Miracles and Andorra, but songs like How Could we Dare To Be Wrong, I've Always Had You and Time's Running Out are just as great!
Warmly recommended. Just a shame that is seems to be available only in a pretty expensive Japanese edition (more so when you consider there's only just over 30 minutes of music on the album)."