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Nevermind Watchdown: S8E5 or I'm walking away...FROM POPSTARS!

Three people we’ve seen before tonight: Glenn Tilbrook from Squeeze, Dane Bowers from Another Level, and Vic Henley, the Southern pitch-dark comedian. Darius Danesh is our fourth man, a Scottish singer and performer. 452 more words

Mark Lamarr Era

Nevermind Watchdown: S1E9, or, I'M NOT COMING BACK TIL YOU TAKE THAT BACK!

Two days and we’ve already finished off a season. So far, Series 1 of NMTB has been nice, though very spotty, and not necessarily indicative of the massive amount of things that will happen as it goes on. 558 more words

Mark Lamarr Era

Squeeze / John Cooper Clarke – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Dr John Cooper Clarke was already halfway down Beasley Street by the time I rocked up at the Liverpool Phil on Monday night.

The legendary wordsmith is as much a stand-up comic these days, his one-liners and winning anecdotes soon banishing thoughts of my nightmarish drive into the city. 1,298 more words


Cradle to the Grave - Squeeze

The band, Squeeze released their first studio album in 17 years, Cradle to the Grave in the UK on October 2nd. According to The Guardian… 53 more words


New release - Squeeze: Cradle to the Grave

“Cradle to the Grave” is the fourteen Squeeze studio album, first one in 17 years. Squeeze is on the music scene since 1974, and had many incarnations since then, the last reunion happened in 2007, with the only two original members, Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook… 29 more words

September Diversions

September 2015: a particularly good month for conkers.

A month of wet weeks and surprisingly balmy weekends. A day trip to Whitstable saw unexpected high temperatures – ideal for oysters and fish’n’chips on the beach, followed by a walk to Tankerton and back. 239 more words


Squeeze - Cradle to the Grave - a writewyattuk review

Squeeze are back, some 17 years after the rather disappointing Domino, with a brand new set of songs. And they’re everything I might have hoped for. 1,317 more words