Deluxe 2022 double-disc reissue of Trojan Records bestseller from Nicky Thomas.
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.
New documentary film tells the story and considers the cultural implications of the Beatles’ 1968 sojourn to Rishikesh, India
Reissue of the sparkling 2008 debut album from Johnny Foreigner. Take a deep breath…
Sixth album from “Brighton’s Loudest Duo” – Blood Red Shoes – a successful mélange of pop, rock, grunge, punk and electronica.
Brighton duo, Barbara ensures the fine tradition of English Satirical Pop lives on with their Rainy Days In June single.
Paul McCartney is back on the front pages with the Get Back documentary and his book, The Lyrics, recently released. We look back at Wings live in 1973.
We continue our more in-depth reminiscing over the great records of 1971 with a look at the album from Lindisfarne that brought Geordie culture to the world.
Prolific singer-songwriter Sean Taylor shows his contemplative side on album No.12
Insights to the state of the Western World – from veteran campaigner George Mann.
Contemplative solo excursion for Blood Red Shoes chanteuse Laura-Mary Carter.
At The Barrier was saddened to learn of the death of Michael Nesmith – the reluctant Monkee who went on to establish his own unique brand of Country Rock.
Utterly beguiling second album from London/Irish songstress, Linda Moylan. The Merchant is out now on Talking Elephant Records.
Aisha Badru gives up happy and atmospheric songs of contentment on The Way Back Home; her new EP.
London’s Treetop Flyers pay unashamed tribute to their seminal influences – unmissable for anyone with a yearning for the heady days of 1966-71.
A welcome breath of positivity from the Braintree troubadour, Beans On Toast.