Monthly Archives: March 2012
I’ve said I’m going to review every new book I get on Amazon. Just as a point of fact, I’ve got two books on the Kinks today, actually from Amazon, but I won’t be reviewing them – they both would … Continue reading
A revised version of this essay appears in Preservation: The Kinks’ Music 1964-1974, available in paperback , hardback, Kindle (US), Kindle (UK) , and for all non-Kindle devices from Smashwords. Face To Face is very much a transitional album for … Continue reading
This one’s on Day Of The Daleks. I have the flu, so I’m not quite coherent – I may have inadvertantly equated Nick Briggs revoicing the Daleks with the Baader-Meinhoff gang. But I may not. Why not read it and … Continue reading
(Continuing my policy of reviewing every new book I buy and read, I’m crossposting this to Amazon UK) It’s difficult to know how much information to give in a review of Shada, the latest in the BBC’s line of Doctor … Continue reading
Just a very quick tip for Linux users with iPods – you can use Spotify to sync music between your desktop and the iPod. The reason I mention this is that my wife’s well-meaning parents got her an iPod for … Continue reading
On The Daemons and pseudoscience.