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A reunion with two legends from my youth

Wilko Johnson – O2 ABC Glasgow, Friday 20th March


This was a gig that was a bit of a nostalgia trip for me, having last seen Wilko Johnson when he was a member Ian Dury’s Blockheads along with his current bassist Norman Watt-Roy. 428 more words

SXSW Film Review: 'The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson'

A terminal cancer diagnosis proves more liberating than traumatic for the historied rock-guitarist subject of “The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson.” Julien Temple’s characteristically playful, pop-culture-savvy approach to the documentary form might seem ill suited to the subject of mortality, but veteran English axman Johnson’s unexpectedly buoyant response to very bad news makes for a film about saying goodbye that is itself void of grief, fear or regret. 621 more words

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Wilko Johnson, Junction, Cambridge, 6 March 2015

This was the welcome return of Wilko Johnson to live performance with a sold-out charity benefit concert for Addenbrooke’s Hospital, after their pioneering surgery led to a cure for his cancer. 240 more words

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Going Back Home

Going Back Home by Wilko Johnson and Roger Daltrey

Artist: Wilko Johson and Roger Daltrey

Title: Going Back Home

Label: Chess

Cat. No: CRL2014S

Release Date: 2014… 61 more words

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Under Wraps

New Vinyl Still in the Shrink-Wrap

Having time off from the day job always results in spending the hard-earned cash on wax. Here’s the as yet unopened haul from this leave period. 12 more words

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Jools Holland's Hootenanny 2014-15

Gill and I saw the New Year in with Jools Holland and his ‘Hootenanny':)

Wonderful music as always, highlights for me being, Wilko Johnson, Hayseed Dixie, Ellie Goulding, Joss Stone, Ruby Turner, Ed Sheerin, Paolo Nutini and the effervesant Paloma Faith, I must say the dogs, (my boys) were unimpressed with our dancing this year and did not try to join in! 7 more words

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Going Back Home

El disc Going Back Home reuneix Roger Daltrey cantant dels Who i el que fora guitarrista en la primera formació de Dr. Feelgood, Wilko Johnson. 971 more words

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