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Michael Chapman - "A Spanish Incident"

I’ve been listening to Michael Chapman’s new album, 50, lately.  It’s pretty much, with the exception of The Hired Hands – a various artists tribute to… 306 more words

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Record of the month - January 2017 - The XX "I See You"

Due to a global and very pushy demand, here is a new category to start the year with! The principle is simple: I will listen to as many new records as possible each month and give my beloved readers a few listening advises. 225 more words

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Morning, Mingus, Michael & Me…with John in the mix…

It’s another of those grey, damp mornings that seem to be characterising our winter (so far) but best not to grumble. Not cold or waist deep in snow (eh, … 283 more words

'50' by Michael Chapman - Review

Prolific singer-songwriter and underground folk legend Michael Chapman decided to celebrate 50 years working in the music industry on his latest album.  Starting out as a guitarist in jazz bands, Chapman went on to pursue a career as a folk singer in 1967.   1,209 more words


De wil tot destructie en de wereld als kweekvijver van het onmogelijke

Minder opmerkzame mensen hebben me, n.a.v. berichten op dit nepforum, genaamd Facebook, gemeld dat het slecht met mij gaat. En dat geeft niet. Want een wereld zonder minder opmerkzame mensen is ook geen reet aan. 798 more words



Label: Paradise Of Bachelors
Released: January 20, 2017

1. “A Spanish Incident (Ramón and Durango)”
2. “Sometimes You Just Drive”
3. “The Mallard” 17 more words


The Half-Century Road to Michael Chapman's “50”

“I’ve never been a folk singer, ever,” Michael Chapman insists. “People call me that because I play acoustic guitar, but it’s nowhere near the truth.” Chapman’s avoidance of the “f” word didn’t stop him from taking his rightful place among the late-‘60s/early-‘70s vanguard of acoustic-guitar-wielding British singer-songwriters, though—and the peerage of… 1,869 more words

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