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Some Roxy Music for the weekend

This week it’s the very smooth Roxy Music fronted by the very stylish Bryan Ferry with that very distinctive voice.
These two tracks are from their last studio album “Avalon” released in 1982 and reached number 1 in the UK going Platinum… 18 more words


David Enthoven: the last goodbye

On my way to David Enthoven’s funeral this morning, I walked from Sloane Square down the King’s Road and paused at No 63A, where it all began. 371 more words

Rock Music

Alexis Korner - How Long Blues

Alexis Korner (19 April 1928 – 1 January 1984) was a British blues musician and radio broadcaster, who has sometimes been referred to as “a founding father of British blues”.

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The Price Of Love... and the men in white suits

The Kid Slender debut album, provisionally titled “…fulfills his manifest destiny” (Thanks Dad, great toilet euphemism),  is in need of an upbeat number. So join me now as I indulge one of my teenage air guitar fantasies by mercilessly flogging my two favourite major chords, A&E, in pursuit of the Everly Brothers paean to doomed romance and self loathing “The Price Of Love”. 1,657 more words


These foolish things

Last night we went to see this sharply dressed older gent at the Beacon Theatre

Bryan Ferry @ Beacon Theatre

Bryan Ferry @ Beacon Theatre

Bryan Ferry @ Beacon Theatre

Music Park: LP @ U Street Music Hall -- 7/26/16

LP performs at U Street Music Hall on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. (Photo by Mickey McCarter)

When you listen to LP’s new single, “Lost on You,” the most amazing thing about it is her voice — it’s a singular voice that occasionally flies high through the air and occasionally swings low through gravel. 528 more words

Music Park

With Sting, Selena Gomez, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Quebec City’s Festival d’été had something for everyone

300 shows, 10 stages, 11 days and a seemingly endless supply of Budweiser is a potential recipe for disaster or, if all works out, an impressively varied music festival, which was exactly the case for the 49th edition of Quebec City’s Festival d’été, which wrapped on July 17. 459 more words