There may not be a more joyful record released in 2014 than Going Back Home—which may be a bit of an odd thing to say about an album that started with a death sentence. 484 more words
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T in the Park festival organisers DF Concerts and founding partner Tennent’s Lager are thrilled to announce that some of the most influential and iconic names in British music and some of the most hotly tipped new acts around have been added to the line-up for this summer’s festival, which will take place in Balado over 11th – 13th July. 1,718 more words
“Status Quo: Britain’s most underrated rock band”
says Michael Hann, The Guardian, 31 March 2014.
For fans like me who followed the original line-up live in the 70s and early 80s this isn’t news but its great to see a Quo finally getting the recognition they deserve for their early work. 1,344 more words
Wilco Johnson and Roger Daltrey having just recorded a great album together opened the show and what a fine set it was. There are moments in time that will never be repeated, one offs that even recordings cannot capture the essence of the performance and that’s what happened. 254 more words