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Linkblogging For 26/07/16

I am hoping that I will be able to keep up a daily blog posting schedule from now on (so Patreons PLEASE make sure you’ve got a cap on your maximum amounts — I’ll be reminding you a few times … Continue reading

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The Beach Boys on CD: Brian Wilson Live at the Roxy

While Imagination was not especially successful, either commercially or critically, it did mark a new point in Brian Wilson’s solo career. Before 1998, Wilson had always relied on the Beach Boys to be his live “messengers” (as Dennis Wilson had … Continue reading

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LessUnited

So after a lot of talking about “progressive alliances”, we see at least what Paddy Ashdown’s idea of one is, and… it’s pretty dispiriting. Now, before I get into what I dislike, I want to stress that I am a … Continue reading

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Ghostbusters

I know, in Internet time a review of a film that came out at the beginning of last week might as well be talking about the Epic of Gilgamesh as far as timeliness goes, but I was unwell last week … Continue reading

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#harkive 2016 liveblog

As they have done previous years, the harkive project are collecting information about how people listen to music over the course of the day, so like *I* have done previous years, I’m going to liveblog the music I’m listening to … Continue reading

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Linkblogging For 15/7/16

I’m very much hoping that on Tuesday I’ll be making a very positive announcement about the future of this blog, but right now I’m extremely unwell, and so today you only get links. First, a link I should have posted … Continue reading

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Story in New Book

My Doctor Who story The Bogeyman, which I posted here several years ago, is now included in a charity anthology, A Target For Tommy, edited by my friends Paul Magrs and Stuart Douglas. The other authors involved include Simon Bucher-Jones, … Continue reading

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