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My 1975 Charts - March

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4th March 1975

6th and final week for Helen Reddy’s Angie Baby on top, but who will topple her – Wigan’s Chosen Few play footsie at 2, Shirley says Shame Shame Shame at only going up to 3, and there are 2 big new entries: Gloria Gaynor follows up her big number one with a cover of a Motown classic in at 4, the Four Tops Reach Out I’ll Be There, and it’s a thumping frantic disco anthem, for me the best version apart from the original. 3,483 more words

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So tomorrow night I play my first show. Some have assumed because I’m on my own it’ll be me and an acoustic guitar, which is a totally wrong assumption. 210 more words

MORE new beers from Sam Adams and Sierra Nevada,

On Monday, we covered a dozen new and returning brews. “So many beers, so little time ,” we said. Today: more beers, no extra time, and even… 366 more words

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‘We want to make London swingin’ again!’

With their twangy, spy film guitar licks and surf-rock riffs, Nashville-based US/UK duo Steelism (Jeremy Fetzer – guitar and Spencer Cullum – pedal steel) hark back to the glory days of  ’60s instrumental rock & roll, but also throw in country, soul and blues – and even a touch of krautrock – to create their own dramatic and cinematic soundtracks. 1,547 more words

Playback: "Country Roads," the History of Arizona Country Music

I decided to open a blog category called “Playback” to share some of the music writing and media I’ve done in the past. This entry is dedicated to a feature I wrote for… 94 more words

Music

Our most read posts in 2014

This blog started off as a small local affair about a duo called 2 Shades of Grey who had a lot of experience of, and loved music. 148 more words

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"THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKIN": NANCY SINATRA/LEE HAZELWOOD

“THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKIN”:  NANCY SINATRA/LEE HAZELWOOD

In the mid-1960’s Frank Sinatra’s daughter, Nancy, had several pop hits all written and produced by Lee Hazelwood. 418 more words

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