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Reely Nice

It's wonderful to be able to access the music of the Reels on iTunes. But what we really need is to see their classic album "Quasimodo's Dream" available again. That album is quite simply the most extraordinary album released by any Australian band in the 80's. But until we can have that fantastic album, "Reel To Reel" will have to do. Being a collection of some of the best tracks of the band's stellar career, it's by no means a poor substitute, so I guess it's good enough, for now.

Weirdly Wonderful

What else can you say about a four part harmony version of the Credence classic Bad Moon Rising. However, take the time to listen to this cover and you'll find it brings something quite new to this piece and dare I say it you'll find the need to listen to it over and over again.

Hugely underrated Aussie band

There is one particular killer track that still gets underplayed - their version of Burt Bacharach's classic 'This guy's in love with you', is actually
in many ways much, much better than Herb Alpert's, catching the melancholy/yearning of the unbelievable chords in this song.
Woefully underplayed globally...
And then there's the rest of their material...they deserve a lot more credit...


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Dubbo, a large provincial city in New South Wales, Australia, provided one exception to the rule that most bands in Australia originate from the large state capitals. Perhaps this helps to explain the Reels, whose musical direction has been erratic, however brilliant. Based around Dave Mason (vocals) and Colin ‘Polly’ Newman (keyboards/saxophone) with Paul Abrahams (bass), John Bliss (drums) and Craig Hooper (guitar), the band was the first to utilize backing tapes, organize a national tour by train...
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Reel to Reel, 1978 - 1992, The Reels
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  • $16.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: 15 September 2007

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