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The Move: Move and Shazam Deluxe Reissues

Last week I went to see Roy Wood live, and was struck yet again by just how wonderful the Move’s hit singles were (I haven’t reviewed the gig, because Wood literally never deviates from the setlist, and very rarely deviates … Continue reading

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Roy Wood: Boulders

I know, this week of all weeks, I should be writing about Bowie. But frankly, other people have managed that far better than I ever could, and so I thought I’d write about another glam rock genius, one who’s still … Continue reading

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Roy Wood, Warrington Parr Hall, December 10

Last night I saw Roy Wood, in the half-empty Warrington Parr Hall. It could have seemed a little depressing, seeing one of the great songwriters of all time play to a half-empty hall, but Wood was so fantastic it was … Continue reading

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Spotify Playlist For 02/04/10 – Ella Fitzgerald, High Llamas, Imagined Village, Pearlfishers

I’ve got a LOT of posts I want to make over this four-day weekend – reviews of The People’s Manifesto by Mark Thomas, This Town Will Never Let Us Go by Lawrence Miles, and I, Claudius and Claudius The God … 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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