MOJO and R2 Remasters Reviews

In News, Press by Kathy

Some reviews currently on the newsstand:

R2 (Rock n Reel):

In the Nov/Dec 2016 issue of R2 (Rock n Reel), Alan Clayson gives the newly remastered Looking Out Looking In and Denial three stars each:

“Other than predictable highlights – the title tracks and ‘Bare Essence’, Denial‘s spin-off single – ‘Bed of Roses’, ‘Forever And A Day’ – a remake of Sweet Sound’s ‘I’m The Answer’ and, especially ‘She Asked Me’ leap out upon first encounter. Nevertheless, companion tracks soon emben themselves with further spins, and an educated guess is, if you decide to buy one of these CDs, you’re likely to end up the the other, too.” – Alan Clayson, R2


The January 2017 MOJO contains a short and sweet Pat Gilbert review DENIAL, giving it three stars:

“Confessional outpourings, tough rock and complex folk pickings …” – Pat Gilbert, MOJO

Both remastered albums were released Oct 14th on Stir Records, in the UK. DENIAL was also completely remixed, and features new bonus tracks plus new liner notes from Pete Townshend. LOOKING OUT LOOKING IN contains new bonus tracks featuring Eddie Vedder as well as new liner notes from Ed.