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ALBUM REVIEW: LITTLE STEVEN AND THE DISCIPLES OF SOUL – SUMMER OF SORCERY LIVE! AT THE BEACON THEATRE

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Summer Of Sorcery Live! At The Beacon Theatre is nearly three and a half hours of nostalgic and new rock and roll by Stevie Van Zandt (also known as Little Steven) and the Disciples Of Soul, recorded on the final night of their Summer Of Sorcery tour on 6th November 2019 at The Beacon Theatre in New ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: JACK SAVORETTI – EUROPIANA

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In 2015 Jack Savoretti was so disillusioned with his musical career after the release of three studio albums which failed to set any of the charts on fire, that he was considering a career change. But that all changed when in 2015 he released Written In Scars, his first album to be released by a maj ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: MAROON 5 – JORDI

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Maroon 5 are like Marmite, you either dislike them or you absolutely love them, and for those in the latter camp front man Adam Levine and company’s seventh studio album is business as usual, but is reliant upon a number of songwriters, producers, plus guest artists to inject personality into it.E ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: JAMES – ALL THE COLOURS OF YOU

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James have come a long way since their first documented live appearance supporting Big Country at the Hacienda on 17th November 1982 because this month sees the release of their sixteenth studio album, All The Colour Of You. Recorded partly before the pandemic struck and produced by Jacknife Lee, fr ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: JOHN MAYALL – THE FIRST GENERATION 1965 – 1974

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The late Alexis Korner was often referred to as the founding father of British Blues but undoubtedly, 87 year old John Mayall is well deserved of that mantel. With the release of a limited edition thirty five CD box set on 29th January called The First Generation 1965 – 1974, Mayall is clearly the ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: JONATHAN ANTOINE – CHRISTMASLAND

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Many will remember Jonathan Antoine as one half of a duo who came second in the sixth series of Britain’s Got Talent, behind Ashleigh and Pudsey, a dancing dog. But that did not stop him and Charlotte Jaconelli from releasing two very successful albums.In 2014 he decided to pursue a solo career an ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: THE QUESTIONNAIRES – ATLANTIC RIDGE

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 Having taken a break from the music industry to pursue other projects, The Questionnaires are back with a new twelve track album titled Atlantic Ridge. Hailing from Newcastle upon Tyne, Jane Wade and Steve Hall have written songs whose lyrics encapsulate general facets of modern life. And havi ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: SUNBIRDS – COOL TO BE KIND

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 Dave Hemingway’s musical journey began when he learnt to play the drums at school and since then he has never looked back. Sharing lead vocals with Paul Heaton in The Housemartins, the duo then went on to form The Beautiful South in 1988. When that band split in 2007 he and Heaton went their ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: AC/DC – POWER UP

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In 1980 AC/DC released Back In Black, arguably the loudest album of its time. But also at that time the band were mourning their departed singer Bon Scott whilst at the same time introducing their new Geordie front man, Brian Johnson. Back In Black remains one of the biggest selling studio albums ev ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: KING KING – MAVERICK

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With a new line up and their own independent record label, the British blues rock band King King have surpassed themselves with what is undoubtedly the best album of 2020.Whilst 2017’s Exile & Grace was critically acclaimed, this ten track offering simply called Maverick is brilliant. With Jon ...
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