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Live release from Swedish, fifties style rock act who've backed Dave Edmunds, play 200 gigs a year and are in demand session players. 13 tracks including the hits 'Miss You Miss Belinda' and 'Veronica'. 2000 release. Standard jewelcase.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 22, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • ASIN: B00004TAAB
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #956,431 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Confusingly, there are two bands named "The Refreshments." This record comes from the "other" band, a Swedish rockabilly group that features Rockpile's Billy Bremner on guitars and vocals. If you're a fan of Nick Lowe/Dave Edmunds/Rockpile era rock, then you'll love this album.
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By A Customer on July 13, 2000
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This CD is a total waste. It is not the Refreshments that many of you know from Fizzy, Fuzzy, Big & Buzzy or the Bottle & the Fresh Horses. So, don't bother buying it, just stick to Roger Clyne's new band, The Peacemakers.
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Yes, it can be a little confusing, there was a while ago three bands named the "Refreshments" but this is actually the real thing! This band started out in 1990, I believe, long before the other Refreshments came along! If you like the Dave Edmunds / Rockpile kind of Rock'n Roll, this is an album you must have, this guys got the tightest groove you've ever heard! But I miss their other CD's here on Amazon.com, I believe they have released six albums. By the way, they just got a gold record for this album!
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I think The Replacements, out of Minnesota, are the best alternative band that ever existed. Shunning the stupid MTV philosophy of brain-drain endless video saturation, they became the BEST GROUP NOBODY EVER HEARD OF! Check out their 3 or 4 videos! Paul Westerberg is a goddamn genius (although he needs to get back to his "Replacement" roots!) Coincidentally, The Refreshments are the 2nd best band that ever existed. Its too bad that both groups never made it in the so-called popular music culture. But maybe that's why they are so good. The Ass Ponys are also good. Liz Phair is also really cool.
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If you love classic 50's rock, you'll love this band. They started out doing 50's covers. Now they're writing their own stuff, but haven't lost that classic rock riff. I know it's only rock and roll....(well you know the rest). By the way, their keyboard player, Johann Blohm, is one of the best Boogie Woogie players in the world.
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