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Album review: JOHN WILLIAMS – Out Of The Darkness

John Williams - Out Of The DarknessWulfrun records [Release date 06.04.21] ‘Out Of The darkness is an exercise in aesthetics. Everything from the name of his Wulfrun label which connects John Williams to his home town of Wolverhampton, to the business of melodic songs and well … Continue reading

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Album review: SAXON – Inspirations

SAXON - InspirationsSilver Lining [Release date 19.03.21] Four decades into a career that has seen them conquer the globe, there seems to be no stopping the mighty Saxon, their own brand of Heavy Metal Thunder still ringing out loud and proud. Whilst … Continue reading

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EP review: RINGO STARR – Zoom In

RINGO STARR - Zoom In[Release date 19.03.21] Very few people can generate the goodwill and love that Ringo Starr does globally. Sure, when you’ve been a member of the biggest band ever, you’re bound to have some support, but he just keeps putting out … Continue reading

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Why The Beatles Should Have Never Broken Up

I am sure that I’m not the only one that’s wonders what life would have been like in the 1970s had The Beatles not broken up at the beginning of the decade. When looking back at what the four Beatles did as solo artists in the 1970s, it’s very clear that each one of the four Beatles had still so much more to give. With the  exception of John Lennon who we lost tragically in 1980, the three remaining Beatles continued to release music as solo artists into the eighties and beyond. Sadly, we also lost George Harrison, but Paul

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Sadly, Remembering The Night John Lennon Was Murdered

We all remember where we were  at certain particular points in time when tragedy hits. On the night that John Lennon was murdered I was sitting in my room listening to records. I was 19 years old at the time. My mother opened the door and looked at me and said “I have some bad news, John Lennon was murdered.” Like all of us who heard the news at first, there was this complete sense of shock and pain that was incredibly intense the first couple of minutes. In a  somewhat selfish sense, my first thought was, ” that’s it,

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Album review: STRAY – Roll Up! Roll Up!

STRAY – Roll Up! Roll Up!Monstrous Child [Release date 23.1o.20] Stray’s ‘Roll Up! Roll Up!’ is a very honest warts and all document of what went down on the night. If anything, it could have done with a few edits to bring a more mellifluous … Continue reading

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