Click here for home page

Click here

Contact Us | Customer Information | Privacy Policy | Audio Help

Main Menu
Submit a review
Album Reviews
Book Reviews
DVD Reviews
Sign up for newsletter
Get Your EMail Address
Submit your website
Proper Records (2008)

Ian McLagan

He may not look it but Ian McLagan is one of this country’s true rock legends, having been a member of The Small Faces, The Faces and toured with the Rolling Stones, he is the real deal- and on the occasions that I’ve met him, he is a bloody nice bloke too.

For the last few years McLagan has played with the Bump Band and they are about to release their latest album “Never Say Never”, an album full of raw, emotional and soulful tracks. Highlights include the almost reggae like “A Little Black Number”, “I Will Follow” which is reminiscent of The Faces, the haunting piano and vocals of “Where Angels Hide”, “I’m Hot, You’re Cool”- a track that reminds me of when the Stones do Rock n Roll and “When The Crying Is Over”, which is a blinding tribute to Ian’s late wife Kim.

This album is great for chilling out to with a drink, and also for the more lively gatherings- the balance has been struck nicely here.


Review by Nikk Gunns

Print this page in printer friendly format

Print this page in printer-friendly format

Tell a friend about this page

Tell a friend about this page

***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

get ready to rock is a division of hotdigitsnewmedia group

Featured Artists
Artist Archive
Featured Labels
Label Archive
Do you want to appear here?