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BLY 11-05-2016 09:00 PM

Bob Weston. There's a Heaven
 
I really love There'a a Heaven cd. Anytime one of these tracks come on my schuffle I think to myself how great of a musician Bob Weston was. It's to bad he had a short gig with the Mac. I have a cool glass fish on my bar that I bought the day he passed that I call Weston. Anytime someone comments on it (which happens often) and I say that's " Weston" I explain who it is named after.R.I.P BW.

BLY 11-09-2016 06:44 PM

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Originally Posted by BLY (Post 1195753)
I really love There'a a Heaven cd. Anytime one of these tracks come on my schuffle I think to myself how great of a musician Bob Weston was. It's to bad he had a short gig with the Mac. I have a cool glass fish on my bar that I bought the day he passed that I call Weston. Anytime someone comments on it (which happens often) and I say that's " Weston" I explain who it is named after.R.I.P BW.



No Bob Weston love for this album?

becca 11-10-2016 01:03 PM

Bob Weston was a great talent who made important and interesting contributions to music all over the place.

This is a little dated now I think but still here...

http://www.fleetwoodmac.net/penguin/corner/heaven.htm

chriskisn 11-14-2016 08:26 AM

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Originally Posted by BLY (Post 1196049)
No Bob Weston love for this album?

It was an ok album, but I tended to prefer the earlier works of Studio Picks and Nightlight.

I remember buying There is a Heaven, I seem to remember it was through the Penguin in the days when we had a store in Marty's time.

Sad that we lost him, and we never did get that fourth solo album that he apparently had been working on some year before he died. I seem to remember emailing Steve Fairhead (of the old usenet newsgroup days, and maybe on here too way back when) who used to run the relevant page, but he just said there were delays, etc, and it never did seem to progress past that.

I just got the feeling that we never did see Weston's true talent in any of his solo albums, it was a little hit and miss.

chriskisn 11-14-2016 08:27 AM

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Originally Posted by becca (Post 1196094)
Bob Weston was a great talent who made important and interesting contributions to music all over the place.

This is a little dated now I think but still here...

http://www.fleetwoodmac.net/penguin/corner/heaven.htm

Yep thats the link, although I remember I got screwed because my copy wasn't signed and it was meant to be!


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