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  • Dura says:
    In My Head: The Last Mad Surge Of Youth: Rant 'N' Rave: Huntin' And Gatherin' (Ain't What It Used To Be) Same Circus, Different Clowns: I Cried Today: A Pint Of Bitter And Twisted, Please: We Used To Be You (Part Two) (Bonus Track)/5(2).
  • Dizuru says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Last Mad Surge of Youth - Henry Priestman on AllMusic -
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  • Kashicage says:
    Since the start of his solo career he has so far mined a similar rich vein of diversity and this latest album seems no exception. 'The Last Mad Surge of Youth' is a timely and well-constructed album, a voice for all the punks, rockers & folkies that have grown up and are still a little bit angry!
  • Malazahn says:
    May 04,  · The Last Mad Surge of Youth- Henry Priestman () In previous blog posts I have alluded to the fact that popular music is no longer the sole purview of the young man/woman. When I was watching Top of the Pops as a teenager, most of the artistes weren't a great deal older than myself and those that were tended to be refugees from the sixties Author: The Marshman.
  • Tygoshakar says:
    Henry Priestman – The Last Surge of Youth. The sleeve note of the CD inform us, “Special mention for Mark Hodkinson for kindly allowing me to use The Last Mad Surge of Youth as a title: it comes from his excellent book of the same name (apparently via a Peter Lawford film quote, sampled by Mark Burgess’ Chameleons mind you, all.
  • Vukazahn says:
    Since the start of his solo career he has so far mined a similar rich vein of diversity and this latest album seems no exception. 'The Last Mad Surge of Youth' is a timely and well-constructed album, a voice for all the punks, rockers & folkies that have grown up and are still a little bit angry!/5(28).
  • Shaktidal says:
    I thoroughly enjoyed Henry Priestman's début solo album, "The Chronicles Of Modern Life", back in It was a refreshingly honest, edgy, biting collection of songs which also had the added advantage of having rather brilliant, catchy melodies, sing-along choruses and plenty of wry chuckles too/5(28).
  • Tygot says:
    Henry Priestman - The Last Mad Surge Of Youth This album, which musically is a mixture of folk, country and punk (certainly in attitude, if not instrumentation and time signatures) all wrapped up in a prime pop sensibility, with tunes and melody very much to the fore. "In My Head" is basically a hymn to self-delusion, but with a.

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