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Thousand Horses 229 Gig Review/Photo Gallery 24/11/19

"Carry Me' sees Hobby lose the acoustic and Satcher reclaim the Les Paul as the rockometer rises once more. This is Southern Rock and Roll with keys, twin guitar harmonics and a fine solo from Satcher. Back to the new album and the title track brings us another acoustic guitar singalong that had me thinking of 'Copperhead Road'. It has that radio friendly feel and was well received. 'Sunday Morning', from their first album, had a strong key influence, reflecting the church where the song was written whilst 'Preaching To The Choir' has a slow groove intro into a chugging Country number that had the arms waving along."

Today, not only read the whole of Mother's review of A Thousand Horses 229 The Venue London gig from Tuesday night here, but also check out our Photo Gallery here (courtesy of Rockrpix), including special guest Howard Rose.

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