As I embark on my “Mid-life” journey, uncertainty seems to be the norm, more so even than when I was a youngster embarking on adulthood. Mid-life is a sneaky thing. 243 more words
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4.5 out of 5 Stars!
After the excellent, hard-hitting Medusa release, Trapeze expanded its overall sound/style a bit. On this follow-up studio album—its third and the last to feature bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes before he joined up with Deep Purple for 1974’s Burn—the band added a great deal of “slamming funk,” a “hint of jazz,” and a “whisper of country” to several tracks. 129 more words
Warning – Don’t open this book for a peek, you will not be able to put it aside once you start!
This book has a seriously good opening and one that you won’t forget as you read on to find out what happened to baby Daisy in the early hours of New Year’s day morning, because one thing is for sure she is no longer at home in her cot where she should be. 577 more words
CALLING MAJOR TOM is a heart-warming and ultimately life-affirming story of a man who has given up on the world… but discovers in the most unlikely way that it might not have given up on him. 556 more words