Monthly Archives: December 2021

THE BLUES BAND Bid Farewell

December 21, 2021

There’s a lot of bands that play blues, but there’s only one that’s proudly called THE BLUES BAND: a glorious conglomerate of British veterans of the genre – the core of Paul Jones, Tom McGuinness, Dave Kelly, Gary Fletcher and … Continue reading

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ARI LEHTELA – The Year The Earth Stood Still

December 20, 2021

Tela Guitar 2021 Countering Covid with stream of consciousness, North Carolinian luthier dives into the era of virus. One of the latest pandemic’s unexpected results has been an influx of often interesting musical opuses, yet while many of the artists … Continue reading

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ENDRICK AND THE SANDWICHES – Endrick And The Sandwiches

December 19, 2021

Endrick and the Sandwiches 2018 On a trip out of Montreal with a prospect of rocking the world off its hinges, Canadian noisemakers gently go for the jugular. As far as eponymous albums go, there’s always a sort of statement, … Continue reading

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Terry Uttley: 1951 – 2021

December 18, 2021

I’m totally devastated by the untimely passing of my dear friend, , at the age of 70. To millions listeners, he was the bass-wielding soul of ; for me, he was an English lad whom I’ve known for nigh on … Continue reading

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LINDA MOYLAN – The Merchant

December 17, 2021

Talking Elephant 2021 Trading sorrow for the source of sincerity, Irish songstress finds the fount of folk mysteries. When Linda Moylan laid down a single with Julie Felix in 2020, not long before the elder stateswoman passed away, it was … Continue reading

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