One suspects it was a little too serious and complex for kids who were just looking for a soundtrack to their drug experiences, and it rocked too hard for the "sensitive" English-major types who got off on Cousins' lyrics -- in a sense, the Strawbs were squeezed out of the middle in a very small-scale, subtle 1970s version of the old folk-versus-rock battles of the '60s.
Hero and Heroine deserved better, being one of the best guitar-driven progressive rock albums of its period.
In SA’s sobriety definition, the term “spouse” refers to one’s partner in a marriage between a man and a woman.
Jean-Louis and Anne have had their fling and separated. See full summary » Released from prison apparently under a New Year amnesty, a criminal tries to pick up the threads of a life changed not only by his daring plan to rob a jewellers in out-of-season Cannes ...
The love or passion of the man and the woman don't change only the way we are able to view them now and then.
So what does this have to do with Claude Lelouch's 1996 movie, `A Man and A Woman'?
The group's ballsiest album to date, a surging, hard-rocking follow-up to Bursting at the Seams, which debuted a new lineup, Richard Hudson, John Ford, and Blue Weaver having left to form their own group.
In their places, ex-Nashville Teens keyboardman John Hawken and the more muscular rhythm section of Rod Coombes and Chas Cronk make their debut, on what is the Strawbs' first fully electric album.