The Sweet epitomised the UK 70s Glam Rock movement with their trademark glitter and glam make-up. The Sweet were also a force to be reckoned with in pure rock music terms too. The Hits stand the test of time and the current line-up with original guitarist Andy Scott still keep the audiences shouting for more!
Posted On 23 Dec 2019 at 4:58 pm By : Nick Linazasoro Sweet live at the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea 21.12.19 Legendary 70’s glam rock icons Sweet offered up the perfect Christmas gift for their UK fans, with an 18-date nationwide tour, which tonight included a
I discovered this record completely by accident. One summer’s day, bored and waiting for a girlfriend to finish her holiday job, I dropped into Virgin Records. This, for those who haven’t heard of it is a huge record shop in central London.
It is the first true album of the SWEET that was released in early spring of 1974. It has particular importance, since at last the band that languished in the producers’ cramp and were condemned to make single hits that were forced
This is a double album, whose first album includes recordings from the SWEET’s live gig in the Rainbow Theatre, London, 1973. It has thus pricinpal importance, because it was the first possibility to get acquainted with feeling of SWEET’s live gigs for
Released in 1976, this is probably my favourite Sweet album. It was released in 1976 and was the follow up to ‘Give us a wink’ The review is divided into my usual three parts, my initial reaction, what I think of it
This is without doubt the most distinctive album Sweet ever produced. It is both very varied in itself and very different from almost anything that they had released before. In a lot of ways it was Sweet taking a risk. Not surprisingly,
This album that was released in early autumn of 1974 is one of the best albums ever made in rock music. As also its title shows – that is supposed to invoke Bob Dylan’s song, Desolation Row – its main topic is the disappointment,
So there were 20 months between the albums Level Headed and Cut Above The Rest, punctuated by two failed singles both released well over a year after ‘Oxygen’. This means that the first point to make is that any momentum generated by
The mere cover of this album draws the attention to the call in the title it is possible to make the cover wink with the quick pulling up and down of the inside cover (unfortunately those who have this album on CD