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John Squire releases his debut solo album. Apparently this is great. We thought it was fucking awful and it makes Dire Straits sound cutting edge. The singing is rank, the tunes are painfully average. It makes you wonder why people bother. I wonder what his mother must be thinking now..... This is just shit, shit, shit shit. Trad old gimmers rock a ...

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Time Changes Everything by John Squire
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1/10 Clinton Staff review, 12 January 2007
John Squire releases his debut solo album. Apparently this is great. We thought it was fucking awful and it makes Dire Straits sound cutting edge. The singing is rank, the tunes are painfully average. It makes you wonder why people bother. I wonder what his mother must be thinking now..... This is just shit, shit, shit shit. Trad old gimmers rock and if you skip through the tracks it gets worse and worse. Plodding tedious rock. In a word it's fucking dreadful which I know is technically 2 words but one word didn't cut the mustard. It's a mockery of a sham of a trevesty of a mockery of a sham of a mockery. It's called Time Changes Everything and it appears to be true in this case.....

10/10 Miki Customer review, 4th April 2011

I can't disagree more with the previous review to this album!

One of my top favourite albums.

The songs are beautiful and melodic, the lyrics personal and at times moving, the voice - a cross between Dylan and Lennon - is endearing and honest, the guitar-playing subtle and gentle, but still of the high standard you would expect from such a legend.

It is difficult to choose a best track, as they're all so good, but I would say "I Miss You", "Shine A Little Light", "Time Changes Everything", the delicate, nostalgic "15 Days" (about Squire's time with the Roses) and the closing track, Sophia, one of the most touching love songs I ever heard, deserve a special mention.

Some say it is an album that requires time and a few listens to be appreciated... well, it didn't happen with me!

I fell for it on first play!

Don't listen to those who tell you this is no good: it is better than good!


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