In the 1970 Underground scene, everything is connected.
Mickie Most said ‘All that wangy-yangy Hendrix stuff is history’. I said ‘No it ain’t, pal. Not as far as I’m concerned.’
Songs that open a window to our souls
“Even in this horrific atmosphere, there can still be a lot of musical activity going on”
Suzy Quatro’s future husband, a group managed by The Kray Twins and the singer of “Grocer Jack”
Replete with sonic diversity
This is not the best of Van Morrison
There ain’t no peace for an angry young man.
In which Dan Stuart unlocks the cellar door of the American psyche, revealing the violence that dwells within each and every one of us.
“As I walked down by the riverside, one evening in the spring, heard a long song gone from days gone by”
What do King Crimson, Yes, Genesis, Van Der Graaf Generator, Elton John, Brinsley Schwarz, Strawbs, Lindisfarne, Rare Bird, Affinity and Tudor Lodge have in common?
“I go to songs to make my internal world work better”
Only available on vinyl
A musically fabulous and lyrically compelling album.
An album of beauty, sophistication and intelligence.
How important is the running order of an album?
The gap between progressive rock music and prog rock is similar to the gap between a raconteur and a pub bore. This is classic progressive rock.
Pages from True Love Stories
“I try and make an album that is unique. To try and make an album that is outside the period in which it’s written or recorded”
The Beatles second live album
“Mother country. I do love you.”
The second of three albums that Fairport Convention released in 1969.
Thinking about “Everyman”