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Album Review

This 30-song double-CD set, from the German budget label Pazzazz, is about as good as any compilation ever put together on Amen Corner, at least as far as musical content goes. Disc one, subtitled "Hello Susie," encompasses their hits, interspersed with various live sides, while Disc two — subtitled "High in the Sky" — is also made up, in part, of concert material, interspersed with studio sides. It's all a great way to discover this lightweight but entertaining band, whose repertory was heavy on American soul and R&B, and the voice of Andy Fairweather-Low, who has endured across the decades since as one of British pop/rock's most enduring talents. The sound is very good and the annotation minimal, but music speaks quite well for itself.

Biography

Formed: Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Amen Corner was a Welsh R&B-tinged pop band of the '60s featuring singer Andy Fairweather Low, organist Blue Weaver, guitarist Neil Jones, bassist Clive Taylor, saxophonists Allen Jones and Mike Smith, and drummer Dennis Bryon. They scored the first of their six British chart hits with "Gin House" in the summer of 1967. "(If Paradise Is) Half as Nice" went to number one in early 1969. By then, Fairweather...
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