Tag Archives: Ia(i)n Matthews

MATTHEWS SOUTHERN COMFORT – Like A Radio

July 1, 2018

MiG 2018 Riding the waves of invisible, if palpable, sympathy, folk-rock veteran reports on current affairs… of the heart and beyond. “I felt I’d better tell you so you’d always be aware”: this line from Iain Matthews’ could be a … Continue reading

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Iain Matthews Pays Homage To Richard Fariña

May 8, 2015

Richard Fariña was one of the greatest, and somehow lately forgotten, American folkster whose songs such as “The Quiet Joys Of Brotherhood” long entered collective subconscious and have been performed over the years by many an artist including FAIRPORT CONVENTION … Continue reading

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MATTHEWS SOUTHERN COMFORT – Kind Of New / Kind Of Live

May 2, 2013

Genepool 2010 / Esoteric 2012 A folk scene stalwart gets back to the garden but hits some cobwebs on the way. Looks like the loneliness can get to every singer-songwriter, even the one as experimental in his approach as Iain … Continue reading

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IAN MATTHEWS – Tigers Will Survive

April 16, 2013

Vertigo 1972 / Esoteric 2012 Country discomfort for a quiet singer-songwriter twists the sinews of the heart. Described as a difficult by the artist himself, the follow-up to , laid down in two session runs with an American tour in … Continue reading

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