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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


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


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

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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

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The Shadows ("The '59") #017

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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

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Cliff Richard - Me and my Shadows ("The '59") #013

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Cliff Richard – Me and my Shadows (1960)

This was Cliff’s third album. Recorded at Abbey Road studios with The Shadows and produced by Norrie Paramor, it was released through Columbia Records in October 1960 and reached No. 148 more words