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Hobbit, 575 Cumberland Street #flatnames

Hobbit appears to have been an aptly named dwelling. It could be assumed that the house has been named for its size, or perhaps the tenants were fans of… 211 more words

Cumberland Street

1st September 2014 - A New Season of Strumming has Begun

What a great kick start to the new season we had last night at The Woolpack Studios? It was so great to see so many familiar faces and to welcome new ones too into out Ukulele Family! 252 more words

The First and Last Council Housing of Bath

If your image of Bath is Regency beaux and Jane Austen (or only that), think again. There’s a working town beyond the Crescents and that town had the slums and squalor typical of its age before 1914.  1,329 more words


Le Nouveau Single de Johnny Hallyday

French singer Johnny Hallyday’s latest single Regarde-nous, which translates to Look at Us, is summer love crafted into a ballad. The song will be included in his next studio album Rester Vivant, or Stay Alive in English, which will be released Nov. 220 more words

Johnny Hallyday

My Nixon Years

I was thrilled to place this essay with The Rumpus. It had been bumping around in my brain for awhile — something about how Watergate hit me as a child, right at the time our family was splitting up — and the 40th anniversary of Nixon’s resignation made me realize I had to write about it. 30 more words


Little Willy, The Man from Mecca

Sweet (also referred to as The Sweet) were a British rock band that rose to worldwide fame in the 1970s as a prominent glam rock act. 76 more words

Most Importantly - The Vinyl

Anatoliy Vapirov - Mysteria (beginning) (1977)

This is side one of the album  Mysteria [Мистерия] by Anatoliy Vapirov [А. Вапиров], released on Мелодия in 1980.

Anatoliy Vapirov is born 24 November 1947, Berdyansk, Ukraine.

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New Jazz United