Tag Archives: Chris Spedding

NUCLEUS & Ian Carr – Torrid Zone: The Vertigo Recordings 1970-1975

August 8, 2019

Esoteric 2019 Music as a continuous process: classic oeuvre of British jazz institution boxed up for unconcealed delight in unified strands of imagination. It was a quiet revolution on Ian Carr’s part, when the trumpeter embarked on a trip of … Continue reading

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SNIPS – La Rocca!

August 4, 2016

EMI 1981 / Angel Air 2016 Away with the blues to channel contemporary working class depression, original British punk eases into the ’80s. A larger-than-life character despite his low-profile, Steve Parsons, or Snips, maintained a defiantly out-of-place look in a … Continue reading

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Interview with CHRIS SPEDDING

February 15, 2016

February 2015 Chris Spedding could be called an integral part of British rock’s scene if he wasn’t a personification of it. Working mostly – as far as the public eye sees the veteran – behind the scenes but, in fact, … Continue reading

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John Lodge takes friends on a time trip

February 26, 2015

One of mainstays in THE MOODY BLUES and writer of many a classic, bassist John Lodge was never prolific solo-wise. Having released only one album under his own name, 1977’s brilliant “Natural Avenue,” it’s only now, 38 years later, that the veteran is ready to deliver its … Continue reading

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CHRIS SPEDDING – Joyland

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

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