Vegetarians Of Love

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Robert P. Inverarity says:

This is the breath, this is the kiss. There are few albums both this excellent and this obscure. Though Bob Geldof is one of the most interesting people in the music business, he misfires as much as (arguably more than) any other musician. By contrast to his other solo albums, “Vegetarians of Love” strikes the perfect balance between humor and pain. It’s easily the most humane album I’ve heard, finding humor in the blackest facts of existence and not concealing mortality in its most joyous moments. 

Blake S. says:

If you can find it, buy it! Vegetarians reveals a wide range and depth of the man, Sir Bob Geldof (yeah, he’s the guy that organized that famine relief song, “Do They Know It’s Christmas”). Bob is a poet and a social commentator but he tries not to take himself too seriously (although, ironically, he does take that role seriously). Some of the Songs are catchy, some, quite frankly, never grew on me, but still, overall the album is “no small wonder”. I am shocked and disappointed that more music fans…

A Customer says:

One of the best Geldof is truly at his best on Vegetarians. I snapped up 3 copies of this disc back in the early 90’s before it was deleted and it has proven a wise investment. The songs are a stirring mix of Cajun and Celtic, with a little self-mocking and a twist of cynicism. “A Gospel Song” has to be one of the great lost-love songs of all time, and the catchy “Love or Something” showcases Geldof’s tremendous talent for laid back understatement. “The Great Song of…

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