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Reviews for "Nine"

John Pazdan
permalink   Wed, Apr 29, 2009 @ 10:52 AM
I was thinking to myself that these flu-like symptoms of mine…lack of money, lack of direction, lack of purpose…seemed to be spreading, and that neither was the malaise generalized, nor was it even approachable by a quick dose of what the not old dog had the night before. Then I listened to Anchor’s acapella, (and this really is one in the classical sense of the word), and imagined that one of these days, I will pick up my ol’ banjo again and strum my happy way back to Alabamy. Struttin’ my Bar b que as it were. And that Ms Moira would pick this up, and with her friends in London would head out to Hyde Park, and somehow bluff their way into the children’s park, and sit down next to the statue from Germany made out of granite, the one that hasn’t worked for 4 years, where they’d start playing penny whistles and the odd bodrun, and invite my actual physical self, not teh intranetz one, over as well, if only to pay for several hundred rounds of Black Sheep Ale at the local in Hackney.

Ahh, this is a little too good Anchor, turn it down a notch.
permalink   Wed, Apr 29, 2009 @ 1:41 PM
much psychic power in this song, Anchor. much like a Gaelic battle song inciting us to fight our fight well.
permalink   Wed, Apr 29, 2009 @ 3:10 PM
You know how much I love this one, Anchor. Everything you do is original, unexpected and beautiful and this is no exception. xxxx
permalink   Thu, Apr 30, 2009 @ 7:59 AM
This is exceptional. The Celtic spirit arises…
permalink   Fri, May 1, 2009 @ 1:19 PM
I love this song! I so appreciate when new material sounds so archetypal, and when there is such great congruence between the lyric and melody.
Johnny SockHead
permalink   Sun, May 3, 2009 @ 8:32 AM
Did a search on Dreams and numbers…”9” seems to be associated with rebirth. It’s important in numerology too. This seems to have popped a few hundred years from the past. I can’t wait to hear what peopple do with the vox.