Monthly Archives: March 2019

PAUL BRETT – Songs From The Compleat Angler

March 22, 2019

Paul Brett 2009 Calm, quiet and innocent: an old-time manual on pastoral existence brought to life by British guitarist. Since 1653, when it was first published, “The Compleat Angler” has been out of print only once – only the Bible … Continue reading

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Manfred Mann Delves Into His Radio Archives

March 21, 2019

It’s been some time since we last heard of whose last works were done in a solo mode and whose ensemble’s latest line-up didn’t issue a single studio album. Yet May 10th will see the release of “Radio Days” – … Continue reading

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STRAWBS Launch Their Reissue Programme

March 20, 2019

Last year, Cherry Red Group acquired the catalogue of Witchwood Media, the label which belongs to STRAWBS; this meant it was only a matter of time before their classic records would be reissued in expanded form – and, of course, … Continue reading

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HOIA – Scavenger

March 20, 2019

Hoia 2019 Young guitar-slinger from Mumbai makes an impressive foray into progressive territory. Mostly known for the death-grind adventures of GUTSLIT and playing in a few more metal outfits, Prateek Rajagopal has finally refined his multi-instrumental solo method – within … Continue reading

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KEVIN KASTNING – Piano I

March 19, 2019

Greydisc 2019 Renown guitarist reveals there are more strings to his bow than meets the eye – or ear. Kevin Kastning’s records are very forgiving towards the inattentive listener, because this artist is targeting impression rather than focus on details, … Continue reading

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