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8 comments on “ Where There Are Pixels - Martin Rossiter - Live At Bush Hall (CD, Album)

  1. A great single from a brilliant album. The Defenestration of Saint Martin is the best thing Martin Rossiter has done. If you liked Gene, you'll LOVE this. If you weren't keen on Gene, you'll LOVE this.
  2. Martin Rossiter ‘Live At The Unitarian Church, Brighton’ DL only Released 24th April The resurrection of St Martin has been a long-time second-coming. As forthright frontman of Gene he strutted the live circuit and charts for many years and frankly, the world should be glad he’s back in all his pomp and glory. About time too, we.
  3. My favourites on this release are "Drop anchor", "Olympian" and the joyful temperamental "I must be Jesus".Considering the limited orchestration - mainly piano and harmonica on "Where there are pixels" - Martin Rossiter manages to get the ball rolling, leaving nothing to be desired (except for the cameo appearance of Steve Mason on guitar maybeReviews: 7.
  4. Olympian (Live in Brighton, UK, 1st May '11) () Japan CD Only Drop Anchor (Live in Brighton, UK, 1st May '11) () Japan CD Only Notes 1) Debut album from Martin Rossiter, funded using the Pl edge M usic system 2) Also available via Pledge Music was an option of downloading an instrumental version of the album 3) Vinyl 'run out.
  5. Dec 09,  · 08/12/18 martin rossiter: live at the unitarian (“and sod all else” which i don’t believe for a minute martin), where there are pixels and lighter moment i must be jesus. this latter song still lacking it’s required audience participation and general arms you’ll end up buying both and maybe the live at bush hall dvd too.
  6. Martin Rossiter is a singer and a songwriter but not a singer/songwriter. Now based in England, Martin was raised in South Wales and grew up singing the hymns of Charles Wesley and dancing to Shirley Bassey. He first came to public attention during the s as the front man of Gene, who went on to sell a million records worldwide.
  7. Live at Bush Hall by Martin Rossiter, released 05 December 1. Three Points On A Compass (Live) 2. Darling Sorrow (Live) 3. London, Can You Wait? (Live) 4. My Heart's Designed For Pumping Blood (Live) 5. Let The Waves Carry You 6. Is It Over? 7. I Want To Choose When I Sleep Alone 8. I Must Be Jesus 9. Sing It Loud Where There Are Pixels

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