May 01, 2005

Swing When You're Winning

4 out of 5 stars

Although a very unusual CD for me, I actually really like this CD.

It is just laid back, enjoyable music.

The only one thing that annoys me about it, is the last track – Beyond the Sea. For some random reason it lasts for 15 minutes and yet there is only singing for about 3 and so you think it has finished and then 11 minutes later, more singing happens. This in itself is not an issue unless you do what I do, and open the lid of the CD player and confuse it entirely!!

Anyway, back to the point. One of Robbie Williams better CDs in my book!


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  1. One of my favourite CDs of all time! I managed to get my hands on the piano music for it too! Class, I tell you! :-)

    03 May 2005, 16:46

  2. Did you go to the refreshment stand to get biscuits and squash? Because they had a box with keyrings in it… they say 'blood donor, group …' and they have different keyrings for the different groups.. they also had stickers on the table..

    03 May 2005, 18:24

  3. yeh i have some of the piano music for this too its great! :D

    21 May 2005, 18:01

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