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Tag Archives: Arthur Brown
October 30, 2017
Purple Pyramid 2017 Heebie jeebies at their best. Wailing away like a banshee is optional, getting your goosebumps is not. It doesn’t get any scarier than this. For all the obvious rock’s connection to horror, there are always dark recesses … Continue reading
February 11, 2015
Cleopatra 2015 Veteran guitar-slinger embarks on a roller-coaster ride through his past to bring its vibe – and his friends – into the present. There’s much more strings to Chris Spedding’s bow than to his fretboard, so one needs not … Continue reading
October 6, 2014
Chris Spedding‘s guitar twang is one of the most fab sounds of Brit rock – has been so for many years – whose CV includes work with such luminaries as Jack Bruce, NUCLEUS, Harry Nilsson and Elton John to name … Continue reading
May 31, 2014
In the last two weeks, a string of rock veterans has released new videos – in different styles but united by quality. Some of these gained publicity, others didn’t, so it seems only logical to corral them in one place.
October 26, 2013
One of the most original performers in the world, Arthur Brown, also known as The God Of Hellfire after his 1968 smash, “Fire,” subsequently covered by artists as diverse as, among others, THE VENTURES and , as well as sampled by THE … Continue reading