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Jim Jones steps down as head football coach at Mesquite

Jim Jones is stepping down for family reasons but he is not stepping away from Gilbert Mesquite’s football program.

Jones, who recently was inducted into the Mesa City Sports Hall of Fame for his longtime service as coach at Red Mountain, said that he will no longer be the head varsity coach, but will stay on and help out at the lower levels. 441 more words


REVIEW: Blackmail with the BBC SSO

Presented as a companion piece to The Sound of Hitchcock, the BBC SSO present a rare opportunity to see Alfred Hitchcock’s 1929 silent masterpiece… 394 more words


REVIEW: BBC SSO The Sound of Hitchcock - City Halls, Glasgow

The BBC SSO have teamed up with Radio 3 to present a special edition of Sound of Cinema featuring the music from the movies of Alfred Hitchcock. 128 more words


Strings, Wires, Threads and Guts!

This is my first introduction to the ‘viola d’amore’. What a beautiful looking and sounding instrument it is.

Emma Lloyd seems to have no problem wrestling with its fourteen strings indeed during the first piece she plays with some strange electronic mitten on her fingering hand and is wired up her sleeve through to what we in the know refer to as a box of tricks. 197 more words


Seth Rozanoff, City Hall, 13th May 2015

I haven’t listened to it for some time, late seventies probably, but I have, hidden away somewhere, a vinyl album by Basil Kirchin entitled  ‘Worlds Within Worlds’. 538 more words


Say Hello, Sinewave Goodbye!

Type John Cavanagh’s name into Google and, nearby, you’ll nearly always see references to Syd and The Piper at The Gates of Dawn.
However, this evening, that isn’t the album that’s holding a lit Zippo to the feet of my synapses, and making me applaud, as Mr Cavanagh, in his occasional guise of ‘Phosphene’, accompanies an edited version of Roger Corman’s movie, The Raven. 260 more words


Leon Russell, City Hall,1st July, Act#37

With a few right stinkers of gigs under my belt recently, it was hoped that Leon R would pull something out of the hat, and what a hat it was. 374 more words