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Squeeze/Paul Heaton December 1, Manchester Apollo

Often when I write these reviews, it’s because it’s an incredibly rare event, a life-changing encounter with musical genius. This year, for example, I’ve written about Van Dyke Parks performing with the Britten Sinfonia, the Beach Boys playing together for … Continue reading

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Spotify Playlist For 16/01/10 – Klaatu, Roy Wood, France Gall, Ella Fitzgerald, Mississippi John Hurt…

I’m back. I’ve had a little while off from the internet, as a whole pile of things have been building up that needed dealing with offline, so I’ve not even checked my email for a week (I see I have … Continue reading

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Personal Is Political Playlist

Continuing with the theme from yesterday, this week’s Spotify playlist (which you can access from here ) is based around the themes of politics, police violence, the Depression, depression and poverty. We start with a little spoken section, by Laurel … Continue reading

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Albums You Should Own – Xmas Present Edition

As we are now at the start of Advent I thought I’d supply a set of Christmas music that’s a little out of the ordinary. This is partly in memory of my friend Pete Fenelon, who died a month or … Continue reading

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Glenn Tilbrook

(BFAW coming shortly) Ten years after Squeeze split up, their reunion has allowed Glenn Tilbrook to go solo for the first time. Glenn Tilbrook is a favourite live performer of mine, and I’ve seen him live, either solo, with his … Continue reading

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