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  • Shakagar says:
    View all records by Dave Edmunds & Love Sculpture for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format. Forum 1; edmunds dave & love sculpture premium gold collection EU - (dave edmunds) sabre dance / think of love. ODEON - France - 70'.
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  • Mur says:
    rows · In the late s he led a blues-rock trio called Love Sculpture, who scored a quasi-novelty .
  • Judal says:
    This Go Records compilation features a dozen tracks from the earliest Dave Edmunds sides; first as the leader of Love Sculpture and as a solo artist. There are the blistering guitar hero pyrotechnics on classical themes in the form of the title track by Aram Khachaturian and also Georges Bizet's "Farandole," as well as hard blues workouts in the cover of Willie Dixon's "Wang Dang Doodle."5/
  • Gubar says:
    Dave Edmunds, Love Sculpture ‎– Premium Gold Collection Label: EMI ‎– 5 2 0, EMI Electrola ‎– 5 2 /5(2).
  • Mezishura says:
    You wouldn’t know it to hear eleven minutes of Aram Khatchaturian’s “Sabre Dance” performed on electric guitar, but the long-haired Welsh kid with the fiendishly fast fingers secretly wanted to be, not the next Eric Clapton or Keith Emerson, but the new Carl Perkins. Dave Edmunds got his first taste of fame with the Cream-y trio, Love Sculpture, who released two albums: Blues Helping.
  • Nabei says:
    Over the top guitar from Dave Edmunds and the material is better. The final track "Sabre Dance" is glorious. Have a brew or two and play this loud. As good as any hard rock released in with the exception of "In Rock". Love Sculpture broke up after this record and Dave Edmunds went on to create Rockpile. RIP Mickey Gee.
  • Zuran says:
    Edmunds also played a five-song set, including "I Hear You Knocking," "I Knew the Bride" and "Sabre Dance" with the Holland Big Band at the Royal Albert Hall on 27 November He returned and performed "Sabre Dance" on Jools' Annual Hootenanny on the /10 edition.
  • Malalabar says:
    Not long after the release of Plugged In, Dave Edmunds chose to tune out, slowly winding his way back to his native Wales, where he essentially acted as a hermit. Occasionally, he'd show up on-stage -- or on Jools Holland's Later -- but his active career essentially ceased, punctuated by the live album A Pile of Rock (a title often recycled in his career) documenting a one-off European.

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