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Saturday 31/03/2018 ** Today's Listening

This is what I have been listening to today

Saturday: 31/03/2018
Music

Name that song Maryanne!

Names come and go. Some, like Gertrude, Hilda, and Agnes, are probably never coming back. But others carry on through generations, like Maryanne. It’s a name that conjures up the quintessential girl next door. 429 more words

Poprock Themepark

Review: Tomorrow We Sail - The Shadows

Label: Gizeh Records

Modern times are feeling increasingly fractured, with public life becoming split in to ever-more divisive categories. Whether it’s in politics or the media, recent years have been defined in large part by division – just look at the politics of Trump, or Brexit, and the rise in authoritarianism in countries like Hungary. 545 more words

Reviews

Tomorrow We Sail – The Shadows

Gizeh Records – 2nd March 2018

Christopher Nosnibor

Tomorrow We Sail are a classic example of the kind of band who exist outside of their geography. 373 more words

Albums

Chair Lift Wisdom

“One it too many and two is not enough.” – Toph

Many years ago, a good friend and mentor introduced me to skiing in the mountains.  240 more words

Cliff Richard & The Shadows - The Young Ones ("The '59") #019

“The ’59” 2018 #019: 180119

Cliff Richard & the Shadows – The Young Ones (1961)

‘The Young Ones’ was a soundtrack album by Cliff Richard and the Shadows to the film of the same name. 91 more words

The ‘59

The Shadows ("The '59") #017

“The ’59” 2018 #017: 180117

The Shadows (1961)

The Shadows were formed from members of late 1950s UK skiffle groups: Hank Marvin and Bruce Welch, both inspired by US pop music, came from the Newcastle-based Railroaders (and also the Five Chesternuts on Columbia Records); and Jet Harris and Tony Meehan from London, both inspired by UK jazz–skiffle music, came from the Vipers Skiffle Group (on Parlophone Records). 121 more words

The ‘59