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Huw Lloyd Langton

On The Move

Review by Gary Hill

This album by Hawkwind alumni Langton is a great rocking release. It has no weak material and quite a bit that is very strong. Langton shows himself to be a both a great guitarist and excellent songsmith. The material on the CD ranges from bluesy rock to arena rock and even includes an extended space jam.

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Track by Track Review
Got Your Number
Pretty straight ahead rock and roll, this one does feel a bit like Hawkwind, but mostly just in the vocal department. It features an interesting instrumental break. The guitar solo includes some nice stereo effects.
I Could Cry
With a pretty mainstream hard rock texture, this cut is in a slower groove.
Wrong Streets
With a more arena rock balladic texture and a very inspired guitar solo, this one is a bout someone reaching out to a victim of abuse.
On The Move
With a great fast paced progish, almost Celtic texture, this one really rocks. An instrumental, the only complaint here is that it is a bit overlong.
Move Over Lady
A fairly straightforward rock cut in a mid tempo, this one gets a bit funky at times. It features a couple of great jazzy guitar solos.
Finally Finding
This one is another that has a somewhat jazzy texture at times, over a killer rock groove. With the vocals feeling a bit reggaeish at times, this one features some great guitar work.
Slow and bluesy, this is another instrumental and a blues guitar showcase.
Just the Same
Another arena rock sort of cut, this one gets more bluesy as it carries on.
No Participation
With a nice rock and roll groove, this one feels a bit like early Bowie at times.
Outside the Law
Built on a great hard rock groove, this one is one of the best on the disc.
Lonely Man
Another one that is quite bluesy, this one is a very strong rocker. It gets a bit spacey at times. It is a definite killer cut that wanders into prog territory and the extended jams include some more Hawkish moments.
Off the Cuff
This is a very brief and slow acoustic guitar solo.
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