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Melodic Rock, soulful and clean cut. John Sykes

I bought the album the other day because I was played the track that the great Phil Lynot guests on (Don't hurt me this way) by a friend, after listening to the whole album I have got to say very pleasantly surprised by the musical content. if you like Sykes and Lizzy meeting Whitesnake and Gary Moore in a studio to record an album, this is for you. Great guitar playing by John .S., but I always knew about his playing being special, especially on the track "Thank you for the Love" very melodic and soulful. "Wuthering Heights" is a bit of an unusual break from tradition by John.S.but it works. I would recommend this album if you like melodic rock. His vocals are pretty good as well.
4 Rock stars, awarded.


Born: 29 July 1959 in Reading, England

Genre: Rock

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

Best known for his stints with hard rock outfits Thin Lizzy and Whitesnake, guitarist John Sykes was born July 29, 1959 in Reading, England. He began playing music at 14, and joined the group Streetfighter in 1980; a stint with Badlands followed before Sykes joined the Tygers of Pan Tang, issuing the LP Spellbound in 1981. After completing work on the album Crazy Nights, he left the Tygers to join Thin Lizzy in time for the group's final studio LP, 1983's Thunder and Lightning; the following year,...
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Loveland, John Sykes
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  • £7.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: 1997

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