Reunion 69 | Dreamchild

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Dreamchild

by Reunion 69

"If you like an eclectic mix of music influenced by R&B, Rockabilly, Soul, Freakbeat & Psychedelia, this album is for you" - Jon Kutner co-author of "The 1000 UK Number Ones" "An interesting rag-bag of good tunes and great lyrics" - DJ Ming the Penniles
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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1. Child of the Night
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2. Nowhere to Run
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3. The Road Song
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4. Lookin' Back
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5. Won't You Ring
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6. Can't Stand the Pain
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7. West Coast Woman
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8. Summer Moon
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9. Gone
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10. Driftin'
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11. Carl Perkins' Shoes
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Reviewer: Jon Kutner, Radio DJ and co-author of "The 1000 UK Number Ones"

“Most acts draw their inspiration from their music roots. When you get four guys together who are into Soul, Rock, Prog, R&B and jazz it can create an interesting mixture and that is certainly true of the new album by the reformed Reunion 69. “

“This album is terrific if you like an eclectic mix of music influenced by rhythm & blues, freakbeat, psychedelia, rockabilly and soul. “

“I can’t imagine that these guys could have made this good a sound in the 60s. Personally I think it was worth the wait for the reunion! “


Reviewer: DJ Ming and the Penniless gives it 8 thumbs up.

“A varied and always interesting rag-bag of good tunes and great lyrics, made by men who’ve lived the life and come out the other side to tell the tale. Full of hooks throughout. A must for all you psych-heads with a handful of bluesy late-night rockers.

A tremendous achievement that belies its shoestring budget. Buy this for the old days, buy this for the new tunes but, most of all, buy this for the music. A REAL GROWER! If you’re as penniless as me – it’s a real treat. Do yourself a favour. Buy this album! It’s a bargain.
RECOMMENDED!”

FULL REVIEWS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST (reunion69@gmail.com)


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