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David Bedford - Instructions For Angels

This album is better known as the only mainstream album released in the UK in ‘BBC Matrix H’, although it was meant to be the first of a series of Quad albums to be released by Virgin, but the BBC’s decision to replace ‘H’ with the incompatible ‘HJ’ in the autumn of 1977 meant the project was brought to a sudden end. 116 more words

Quadraphonic

Mike Oldfield - Collaborations

The 4th and final disc from “Boxed”

Reissue: (D) New decode

Release: DS57p

Source: SQ CD

Process: ‘Phoenix’

Format: DVD-A/V MLP/DTS/DD

Quadraphonic

The Great Carnegie Friday Read has begun...!

As the second week of the holidays comes to an end, our project boxes have been collected by the courier and will be making their way into Norfolk schools next week. 549 more words

Friday Reads

Book review: “The Fab One Hundred and Four (The Evolution of The Beatles from The Quarrymen to The Fab Four, 1956-1962)” by David Bedford.

This week’s blog comes from: David Thomas – Guest Reviewer Extraordinare!

Jennifer has a lot of plates spinning at the moment, so she asked me to fill in on her review blog this week – I am happy to do so, since I always seem to be reading at least one book on The Beatles at any given time. 581 more words

Beatles

Weekly Vinyl – Star’s End

Star’s End
David Bedford
(1974)

This is a true fusion album. It mixes classical music with a good dollop of jazz and rock.
The classical music is not even that “classical” – it is modern, at times arrhythmic, at times quite mind blowing. 113 more words

Weekly Vinyl

The Three Ninja Pigs & Cat's Colours

The Three Ninja Pigs
David Bedford and Becka Moor
Simon & Schuster
Meet the Three Ninja Pigs, always twirling and crashing their way into trouble until Mrs Pig has had enough. 384 more words

Picture Books