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In 1974, veteran English rockers Wishbone Ash recorded their fifth studio album. "There's The Rub" is more rocky and less conceptual compared to the band's previous work although much of the typical Ash style is here throughout. New guitarist Laurie Wisefield also brings in a different atmosphere and does a superb job taking over from Ted Turner. The album kicks off with the rather enjoyable but straight forward melodic rocker "Silver Shoes". "Lady Jay" is a song in the vein of their great 'Argus' album, with the same type of arrangement including their fabulous twin guitars. The longest piece "F.U.B.B" may be their magnum opus when it comes to showing off their talents.
In 1974, veteran English rockers Wishbone Ash recorded their fifth studio album. "There's The Rub" is more rocky and less conceptual compared to the band's previous work although much of the typical Ash style is here throughout. New guitarist Laurie Wisefield also brings in a different atmosphere and does a superb job taking over from Ted Turner. The album kicks off with the rather enjoyable but straight forward melodic rocker "Silver Shoes". "Lady Jay" is a song in the vein of their great 'Argus' album, with the same type of arrangement including their fabulous twin guitars. The longest piece "F.U.B.B" may be their magnum opus when it comes to showing off their talents.
600753699904

Details

Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 06/09/2023
UPC: 600753699904

There's The Rub (Hol)
Artist: Wishbone Ash
Format: CD
New: Available $16.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Silver Shoes
2. Don't Come Back
3. Persephone
4. Hometown
5. Lady Jay
6. F·U·B·B

More Info:

In 1974, veteran English rockers Wishbone Ash recorded their fifth studio album. "There's The Rub" is more rocky and less conceptual compared to the band's previous work although much of the typical Ash style is here throughout. New guitarist Laurie Wisefield also brings in a different atmosphere and does a superb job taking over from Ted Turner. The album kicks off with the rather enjoyable but straight forward melodic rocker "Silver Shoes". "Lady Jay" is a song in the vein of their great 'Argus' album, with the same type of arrangement including their fabulous twin guitars. The longest piece "F.U.B.B" may be their magnum opus when it comes to showing off their talents.


        
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