A new look at the first three albums from the Ultimate Experimentalists, Third Ear Band.
John has been a music obsessive since he first heard 'Love Me Do' seeping out of the family radio in 1962. he spent a career in the rail industry before turning back to his first love of music. He plays bass guitar and melodeon, loves folk/rock and lives in Warwick.
Welcome return of a classic, lost album from Steve Ashley.
Endearing debut album from classical violist turned multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter Ali Comerford
That late period renaissance just keeps on flowing from David Crosby, who turns 80 years old in a few weeks.
First ever “Greatest Hits” collection of a great, yet overlooked, talent in the form of Jackie Leven.
Rodney Crowell offers a deeply personal contemplation of the political, climatic and economic upheavals of our times.
Jared Feldschreiber on the struggles of a wannabe playwright in mid-eighties Manhattan
Waylon Jennings – Singer of Sad Songs/ The Taker – Tulsa/ Good Hearted Woman/ Ladies Love Outlaws: Album Review
A new look at the pioneer Outlaw’s early ‘70s albums – four classics from the legendary Waylon Jennings.
Inspired collection of powerful songs and virtuoso musicianship from Jez Hellard and the Djukella Orchestra
London retro-pop practitioners Silvertwin revive the 60s, 70s and 80s
Cambridge psych-folkists Fuzzy Lights return after 8-year hiatus with tales of sacrifice, burial and miscarriage
Dear John is a star-studded celebration of John Lennon’s 80th birthday – in aid of the War Child UK charity. It features Maxi Jazz, KT Tunstall and more…
Collected works of one of the 70s most interesting and musically able bands – Greenslade.
Pastimes – an eclectic collection of tunes that inspired the acclaimed alt-country practitioner Dylan LeBlanc.
More simple explanations of life from Bridport’s Peter James Millson.