Say what you like about Robbie Williams, but you've got to give him credit when it comes to music! He has a fantastic talent of being able to find a secret ingredient for each of his albums and keep the style through out the whole album.
I personally think he gets better with age and if he keeps up the good work he will be a name we talk about for years and years to come!
I think it will be interesting to see what the next album is like without his co-composer Guy Chambers (unless they make up again)... But if they don't I don't think he'll let us down!
Scott Garnham - (York)
This book is immense. It is blatently his best yet. The best song is 'Something Beautiful', because it's easy to play. This book rules!
Neil - (Wales)
I also have "Life Through a Lens", "I've Been Expecting You" and "Sing When You're Winning". Gradually, more and more tunes in these albums are featuring just the accompaniment, empty and repetitive. So they don't work very well as piano solos. Other than that, it's another rocking set of familiar tunes. Anonymous
- (Northwich, United Kingdom)
For a guitar player, this book is not as good as the first two (Life Thru a Lens and I've Been Expecting You). The chords are correct, but the chord boxes are not transposed "correctly" for guitar. For example, "Monsoon" correctly starts out in F, but the book begins with the Barre Chord F, instead of having a capo on the third fret and then playing a D chord. As a result, many songs have to be "figured out" all over again. Nevertheless, the keys are correct and fairly fast to play through, but not "true" for the guitarists out there.
Still, the album is brilliant and I'm happy with the buy.
Thomson Ivins - (Texas)
I thought this is a fantastic book. It's great for pianists because each song has a different level of skill and so even someone who has only started to learn could master at least a few of them. The great thing though is that unlike most other popular music books, these songs are playable and seem to fit the instruments. Anonymous
This book is amazing, it has really improved my confidence in playing the piano as it has easier songs such as 'Sexed up' to slightly more challenging songs such as 'Hot fudge' or 'Come Undone'.
This is most probably my favourite music book, and a brilliant buy.
Becca Thomas - (Cambridge)