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Great For Fans Of Middle Period Beatles

Oh my God, the iTunes review is worthless. This record is Belew's best solo piece and it will sit well with all Beatles fans being very authentic in its imitation of George's 12-string, Ringo's thumping drums, very Lennon-ish vocals (Everything). Pick this up especially as a comparison to all the garbage the 1990's produced in popular music. P.S. This WAS NOT released in 2004, it was released in 1992, which just goes to show how little iTunes cares for anything outside Top 40 radio.

Music and lyrics that resonate

This is simply Belew at his best - technically impressive, melodic, soulful, and fun. Great stuff.

Blue Prince!

They say you write the best material when you are going through major changes. Well, at this time Adrian was going through a divorce as well as falling in love and it shows here. A great mesh of music, melody, lyrics and Adrian's voice is better than ever. A definite must for those diehard fans like myself and if you own one Adrian Belew CD this would have to be it. Now King Crimson and The Bears are something else, those are musts as well. Thanks for all the great music and looking forward to seeing you in March '08 in Chicago. I like it!


Born: December 23, 1949 in Covington, KY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Although Adrian Belew has played with some of rock's biggest names over the years (Frank Zappa, David Bowie, the Talking Heads, King Crimson, etc.), he remains one of the most underrated and woefully overlooked guitarists of recent times. Like all great guitarists, Belew has his own recognizable style/sound (one that admittedly tends to be quirky and off-the-wall at times), and is an incredibly versatile player, as he's always found a way to make his signature style fit into a wide variety of musical...
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