Tag Archives: Del Bromham

STRAY’s Del Bromham Looks At Life On New Solo Record

August 23, 2018

It’s been quite a long time since STRAY released a record, the band’s latest being a , but the ensemble’s leader carries on on a solo path, and October 12th will see the issue of the guitarist’s third album under … Continue reading

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STRAY – Live At The Marquee

August 7, 2018

Gull 1984 / Esoteric 2018 New day breaking, people waiting: second coming of English hard rockers at the time of good riff revival. Incessantly serving up strong tunes in the ’70s, STRAY never cared about the gloss because serrated edge … Continue reading

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STRAY – All In Your Mind – The Transatlantic Years 1970-1974

February 24, 2018

Transatlantic 1970-1974 / Esoteric 2017 Inaugural glory of English venerable ensemble who serve up imaginative simplicity with a spear and a smile. Though might be STRAY’s final album, they’re still too active to be deemed fallen heroes, yet the quartet … Continue reading

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BRB – Razorback – First Bite

January 13, 2015

Angel Air 2014 Of STRAY and STRIFE: obscure British supergroup’s lost album makes a long-overdue debut. Their paths first crossed in 1967 but it would take guitarist and bassist Gordon Rowley 20 years to get together, after their respective ’70s … Continue reading

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STRAY – Live In Japan 2013

August 25, 2014

Angel Air 2014 Gloriously raw, heavy mavericks rise to the occasion in the Land of the Rising Sun. There’s a transcendental moment in live staple “I Believe It” when breaks into “goo goo g’joob”: the very idea of STRAY playing … Continue reading

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