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The Berry Vest Of The Swirling Eddies by The Swirling Eddies

Cross Rhythms Rating: 10/10
CD: Album
Tags: Rock, CD, Album, Airplay, Recommended, Top Rated
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  1. 1. Disco Love Grapes
  2. 2. Driving In England
  3. 3. Golden Girl Of The Golden West
  4. 4. What A World, What A World
  5. 5. I've Got An Idea
  6. 6. Pyro Sets A Wildfire
  7. 7. Outdoor Elvis
  8. 8. Strange Days
  9. 9. Let's Spin
  10. 10. Arthur Fhardy's Yodeling Party
  11. 11. Hide The Beer, The Pastor's Here
  12. 12. Billy Graham
  13. 13. Catch That Angel
  14. 14. The Unsuccessful Dutch Missionary-Big Guns
  15. 15. Like Lazarus
  16. 16. The Twist
  17. 17. Glorious Dregs
  18. 18. With The Tired Eyes Of Faith
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10/10

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

The years have flown but those anarchic, surreal and hugely enjoyable albums 'Let's Spin', 'Zoom Daddy' and 'Outdoor Elvis' have long been favourites for all those dedicated nuts who searched them out. Now here are all the best cuts, not to mention several Bonus Eddies plucked from the archives by chief Eddie, Terry Taylor. The tracks pack more lyrical punches than a Tyson/Bruno title fight, the almost Funkadelic of "Disco Love Grapes" is still a doozer while "Hide The Beer The Pastor's Here" is the kind of song guaranteed to aggravate all fundamentalists. Lovers of the absurd will go for the "Arthur Fhardy's Yodeling Party" while my absolute favourite is the previously unreleased "With The Tired Eyes Of Faith", a beautiful acoustic ballad which with its haunting harmonies sounds more like a Lost Dogs cut. Utterly original, occasionally wacko, but truly essential for Daniel Amos/Lost Dogs buffs.

Style: Rock
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 5471
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Alarma FLD9534
Items: 1
Release Date: 26 Feb 1996

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Posted by wolfgang elste in lüdenscheid, germany at 15:11 on Aug 31 2007

there's a new very good cd by the swirling eddies called 'the midget, the speck + the molecule' maybe somebody can write a review (there's also a very good new cd by the lost dogs called 'the lost cabin and the mystery trees')


Posted by Matt in Poole at 15:25 on Jun 22 2010

there are seldom few albums that can pack so much creativity in 70 mins. This album is at the top of its class. Typical brilliant lyrics from that great guy Tez scott Taylor, and the music doesnt stay in one place for long. these are tracks that are raucous, loud, forthright, piercing and encouraging all at the same time. I for one am well glad i found daniel amos, the lost dogs, terry on his own and these brilliant swirling eddies. you can get the feeling of at first glance thinking most of these tracks are funny, but really listen and youll find raw truth al the way through this epic best of album. Big Guns and Catch That Angel are marvels of pop rock, Driving In England is another brilliant non stop light rocker, What A World has to have some of the best background vocals ive ever heard. a startling ballad. And With The Tired Eyes Of Faith, well, a beautiful track that is so hard hitting, the simple acoustic guitar is overwhelmingly sublime. so this album has to be one of the best best of albums out there...absolute genius! thanks God for giving these guys such talent!















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