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Truly Exceptional

A collection of songs that really grow on you the more you play them.Initially i thought that "Stranger comes to town" was not as good as Steve's last offering -the brilliant "Quality of mercy",But having given it a couple of listens it is just as good as Steve's previous offerings.The title track will surely go down as one of Steve's strongest songs,My own personal favourites are "No bleeding hearts"&"Blinded with tears"Go ahead and invest in this cd,give it a couple of listens,You won't be dissapointed.


Unlike the other reviewer I found this instantly playable, whereas usually I have to give new albums a few plays and let them grow on me. A very good album that keeps the standard up.


Born: 27 February 1951 in London, England

Genre: Pop

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

British rocker Steve Harley was born Steven Nice in London on February 27, 1951; the son of a jazz singer, he was stricken with polio at age two and spent the better part of his adolescence in and out of hospitals. After trying his hand at journalism, by the early '70s Harley was busking throughout London, forming the band Cockney Rebel in 1973 with guitarist Jean Paul Crocker, bassist Paul Jeffreys, keyboardist Milton Reame James, and drummer Stuart Elliott. Signing to EMI, the group debuted with...
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Stranger Comes To Town, Steve Harley
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  • £7.90
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: 02 May 2010

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