Sitting here on a mockingly cold and rainy winter evening, I decided to start sharing some photographer’s perspectives with my over 400 blog readers. The first topic that comes to mind is “what’s the big deal with June weddings?” – Probably because June was the first fully booked month with weddings for Tania Hossain Photography. 242 more words
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There’s a cracking 10-track compilation LP sitting in the cupboard; actually there’s a few but for today there’s just the one under the microscope.
It’s called A Different Kind of Tension – and it’s not to be confused with the LP of the same name by Buzzcocks – that was released in 1986 on the Pressure Of The Real World label. 347 more words
So here are about to finish off a series that I think has been well received.
CD86 has given us an excuse to look back at all sorts of bands, some far better-known than others, some who had no right to be lumped into a so-called movement and some who probably hadn’t been thought of by any of you in decades until prompted by a particular posting. 412 more words
There is something about June heralding the long, sunny days of Summer which makes it the most popular month for weddings. Though not a June bride, my feature guest is insanely creative, the queen of DIY projects and had such an amazing wedding, I just had to share some of her tips with those of you who may be June brides. 2,145 more words
“In The Rain” c/w “Sunday to Saturday”
Pink Records PI 001
Release Date: March 28. 1984
Format: 7″, 12″ (Reissued 1986)
Phil Wilson speaks:
The early days happened in a bit of a whirl, to be honest. 393 more words