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Forms & Feelings Import, Original recording remastered

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Digipack Remastered Reissue with Mono and Stereo Mixes of this 1969 Release. Early Dave Edmunds Recordings.

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  • Audio CD (February 22, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import, Original recording remastered
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B00000J1YX
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #209,883 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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When I first heard "Forms And Feelings", I was floored--I had heard of Dave Edmunds before, mainly from his work with Rockpile and solo albums, but I had no idea he was the guitarist of Love Sculpture! I purchased a now out-of-print double CD called "The Early Edmunds", which covered his career from 1967-1972 from his first band, The Human Beans through early Rockpile, and right in between was Love Sculpture; it includes both this album and "Blues Helping", and one listen to their versions of the classical pieces "Farandole" by Georges Bizet, and "Sabre Dance" by Khachaturian, and I was left speechless by Edmunds' fast, fluid and energetic guitar leads; articulating each and every note with dexterity, skill and passion. Edmunds was like the Yngwie Malmsteen of his day; no one (including myself) could believe that a guitarist from the 60's could play that fast and that well; I thought Hendrix was all that, until I heard this Dave Edmunds guy, and my opinion changed quickly!
I agree with the man in the previous review that the omission of "Mars" was the only downside to this CD; apparently, the U.K. version of this album could not include it because the great-granddaughter of Gustav Holst (the composer of "Mars") sought legal action to prevent it from being released, but her influence was non-existent in the U.S. (due to variances in copyright laws), and "Mars" does appear on the Parrot Records release; it's inclusion on the U.S.
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Love Sculpture, a power trio led by guitarist/vocalist Dave Edmunds, recorded only two lps and 4 singles in their short lifespan. "Forms and Feelings" is the second and final album released by Edmunds, bassist John Williams and drummer Bob Jones. As the follow up to the blues-rock lp, "Blues Helping" "Forms and Feelings" features a much more focused and creative band. Spotlighting an 11 minute searing version of the classical tune "Sabre Dance" adapted by Edmunds, the lp is full of blistering guitar work and unbelievably creative adaptations of other classical tunes such as "Mars" and "Farandole." Throughout the 9 tracks of the album proper, Edmunds never once loses focus. The album alone is well worth the fairly pricey suggested retail tag. But this edition on Cherry Red Record's Esoteric label comes fully loaded with six bonus tracks, comprising the a and b sides of the three singles associated with "Forms and Feelings." Included is a 4 minute edit of the above mentioned "Sabre Dance" which seems much shorter than its run time due to Edmunds' guitar prowess. The non-lp b-side "Think of Love" is also to be found here adding greatly to the value of this 1969 classic. Long out of print, guitar rock fans, especially those with tastes leaning toward psychedelia will be delighted with this release. Although the list price is rather expensive, careful shoppers can find copies of this wonderful cd at reasonable prices by seeking out Amazon drop shippers. Completists who already own "Blues Helping" will naturally want to add this cd to their collection. For those not familiar with Love Sculpture, this is most definitely the place to start.Read more ›
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If you are just familiar with Dave Edmunds via his work with Rockpile and his various 'roots rock' solo projects you are in for a real treat. Besides being a master at the above-mentioned styles, his earlier work with the much harder-rocking band Love Sculpture shows that he could play heavily-fuzzed blues/psychedelic rock right along with some of the other legendary London guitar legends of the late 60's. In fact, it's kind of fun to think what might have happened had Dave continued on this path and not shifted over to the style he is better known for. Get his other Love Sculpture CD's, they're equally brilliant !
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this is the first cd i ever bought online. edmunds' guitar work is simply incredible. much less blues - oriented than their previous album. an especially underrated track may be ' nobody's talking. ' this tune features lyrics that are still pertinent today along with loud droning guitarwork. in the land of the few and sabre dance are somewhat different on this than in the single versions. sabre dance simply has to be heard to be believed! this fine record mixes classical rock( not overdone either) with some late psychedelia/ early metal(well, almost, not quite sure what to call it) and even a decent chuck berry cover. this may not be for fans of edmunds later work but nonetheless its quite startlingly good throughout. 'seagull' may be histrionic but still a good tune. the contributions of bassist john williams and drummers? (i think its both bob 'congo' jones and perhaps also terry williams), provide for solid support to edmunds' often incredible guitarwork on this cd. the lyrics from this band were generally covers or written in collaboration with the album's producers or managers.
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