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17-01-2018 21:50
In response to Cyrille Regis, BBC 2 repeat the Adrian Chiles documentary, Whites v Blacks, How Football Changed A Nation, unbelievable true story, worth watching

17-01-2018 18:44
Review of the rather splendid `Hornal` album is in the works too.

17-01-2018 01:57
Dave and Jeff's best of 2017 wrap-up's just around the corner too.. computer work

17-01-2018 01:56
There is a three-part article coming up for E.L.O (Eldorado, A New World Record and Out Of The Blue). Look out for it soon.

16-01-2018 08:52
Stoke fans have my commiserations.Und
er Lambert the Villa played some of the most boring, unimaginative football I`ve ever had the misfortune to witness.Relegation
?,yes I`d say so.

16-01-2018 00:59
Stoke City condemned 2 relegation. Who is the new manager? Paul Lambert.

15-01-2018 22:09
Agreed Reyno about Clyde Best, further back is the story of Walter Tull which is quite heartbreaking, links to Northampton and lived in Rushden.

15-01-2018 22:05
Big loss is Cyrille, only short time at Wolves, but I was at the Peterborough game where he scored the last minute winner, Cyrille and Laurie C, what a team.

15-01-2018 22:05
I think many people forget guys like West Ham's Clyde Best whenever the subject of the impact of black footballers in the English game crops up. He was just as good as the West Brom trio years b4

15-01-2018 19:13
Cyrille was part of the ground breaking so called 'three degrees' who did so much to break down racial barriers in Football back in the late 70's.R.I.P

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Flyte - 1995 Flyte

ALBUM: Flyte
LABEL: Long Island Records
YEAR: 1995


LINEUP: Paul Taskas - vocals, guitars, bass * Nick Monaco - keyboards, drum programming, vocals

Other Musicians: Randy Rodrigues, Jim Manolakos, Joe Spina - bass * Paul Simtkidis, Paul Ruchinger - guitars

TRACK LISTING: 01 Something Going On * 02 21 * 03 Live Let Live * 04 Time * 05 Love Is A Weapon * 06 Hello Stranger * 07 A Quiet Night * 08 Under Fire * 09 Promises Promises * 10 Silent Tears * 11 Something Going On (Guitar Drop Mix) * 12 Time Of My Life * 13 Sometimes I Wish I Was You * 14 Never Giving In

Canada's Flyte is a retrospective release on the Long Island label. The band are a musical expression of ideas between the two mainstays of the band, Paul Taskas and Nick Monaco. Most of the material appears to span the 1988-1992 period. According to the liner notes, the material originally surfaced as a ten track release on tape, which was distributed widely throughout the local Toronto area. So, who do they sound like? How about a cross between fellow Canadians Korea meeting Qwest. The vocals are an acquired taste, and definitely cross swords with a guy like Gino Lionessa (Korea). Admittedly, not my can of lager.

The Songs
The music only marginally makes up for that shortfall, and there are some nice moments although no real stunners. The pick of the bunch would be 'Under Fire', which does indeed stir a few embers. Apart from that, the remainder of the songs don't do anything for me unfortunately, either being too boring, or lacking any real vim and vigour to make it exciting enough.

In Summary
The band also tack on four bonus tracks at the end, and these increase the tempo a bit from those songs which have gone before. However, in summary, it's quite a disappointing release, and one which hasn't really stood the test of time. Too much ploddy material here, and not enough in the excitement and energy stakes.

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