BROKEN HOME Fragments

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£12.99 (GBP)
BROKEN HOME Fragments

CD TRACKLISTING

1. When You’re Young
2. Rebel Children
3. Fan The Flame
4. Spirit
5. Ship Without A Sail
6. New Adventure
7. Summer It Won’t Be Long
8. Lovely Ann
9. Abraham
10. Turn All Your Troubles Into Highways
11. I Can See The Rain
12. I’ll Be Yours
13. Danger
14. Been A Long Time War

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BROKEN HOME were formed from the ashes of MR BIG by DICKEN and they released during the ’80s two albums “Broken Home” and “Life” (which included the track “Oh Yeah” which is a classic in Scandinavian territories).

At last Dicken has created the third album from the group which fans have been seeking for years. Classic AOR rock from a gifted singer/songwriter and his band.

MUSICIANS
DICKEN, EDDIE CARTER, PAUL GIBBONS, SIMON SAUNDERS, PETER CROWTHER, PETE BARNACLE, MIKE HIGGINS

Reviews

Broken Home were formed from the ashes of (the British) Mr. Big by DICKEN and they released 2 albums during the '80s: 'Broken Home' and 'Life'. After a very long wait the third album is now available. As well as Dicken, Broken Home comprises Eddie Carter, Paul Gibbons, Simon Saunders, Peter Crowther, Mike Higgins and Pete Barnacle.

Bev Bevan (October 2018)


"When You're Young" kicks things into gear, an almost 80s Americana feel melded with something much more stage-show in nature. It's a beautifully constructed piece of pop-rock and with a melody line that'll stay with you for a long time to come. However, the confusion of approaches comes thick and fast, with the howling "Rebel Children" much more of a rock strut and preen, even if, as is the case throughout, the lyrics are much more threatening and stark than the music might suggest.

...Each and every song possessing at least one aspect that truly catches the imagination, whether that be the bluesy shuffle scuffle of "Spirit", the jingle-jangle strum of "New Adventure" or the smooth slick 70s harmonies and vocals of album highlight "Turn All Your Troubles Into Highways"...if you're looking for sharp observational lyrics and equally sharp, if maybe slightly too diverse for its own good, pop rock, then you'll find much to delight you here.

Sea Of Tranquility (September 2018)


 

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