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Monthly Archives: Sep 2020
I Feel Alright by Steve Earle
Backache. Hip pain. Toothache. I feel alright.
Bang! by World Party
A panoply of different musical styles
Before The Dawn by The KT Fellowship
Looking Through A Glass Onion. The Beatles’ Psychedelic Songbook 1966-72 by Various Artists
The Beatles were underrated
My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts by Brian Eno – David Byrne
It was twenty one years ago today
Goes West by William Tyler
Blue by Joni Mitchell
Creating beauty out of a whole lot of pain
Another Self Portrait by Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan re invents himself. Again.
Up All Night by The Waifs
Great folk-rock from Western Australia
Voyage To The Bottom Of The Road by Half Man Half Biscuit
Is it poetry? No, it’s Half Man Half Biscuit.
Punisher by Phoebe Bridgers
Can I enjoy an album without listening to the words?
Blonde On Blonde by Bob Dylan
Mona Lisa must have had the highway blues
With The Beatles by The Beatles
The battleship, the dog, the top hat and the old boot
Shadows And Light by Joni Mitchell
An aural chiaroscuro
World On The Ground by Sarah Jarosz
Long May You Run by The Stills Young Band
A missing thruppence
Peephole In My Brain. The British Progressive Pop Sounds Of 1971
The good old days.
Don’t Try This At Home by Billy Bragg
Fascinated by pastimes and vain pleasures
Come On Feel The Lemonheads by The Lemonheads
Perfect Power Pop
…But I’d Rather Be With You by Molly Tuttle
A lovely view of heaven
Stage Fright by The Band
The moment of truth is right at hand
Standing In The Breach by Jackson Browne
It matters how we live
Little Lights by Kate Rusby
Drowning in honey
A revolution in the head
Metal Machine Music by Lou Reed
The tubular groaning of a galactic refrigerator
Rough And Rowdy Ways by Bob Dylan
Do I contradict myself?
Let’s Work Together: The Best Of Canned Heat
Are you ready to boogie?
Tin Can Trust by Los Lobos
A fusion of virtuosity and emotion
First Light by Richard And Linda Thompson
Stop thinking and start reflecting