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ASHLEY HUTCHINGS – Ninety-Nine Impressions

July 20, 2021

Talking Elephant 2021 Refracting his life via viva voce lens, English folk-rock doyen painstakingly paints existentialistic image of one’s inner world. Camus and Toulouse-Lautrec, Pushkin and Tarkovsky, Godard and Ochs, Blake and Wilde: these are but a few of a … Continue reading

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ASHLEY HUTCHINGS with Becky Mills & Blair Dunlop – A Midwinter Miscellany

November 29, 2020

Talking Elephant 2020 Burning bright in the bleak midwinter, Tyger and his coterie restore the true spirit of Yuletide. Having almost singlehandedly created English folk-rock, Ashley Hutchings retreated from the genre’s forefront in recent years, yet he’s so inextricably blended … Continue reading

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Ashley Hutchings runs for riot

November 13, 2014

There’s no pun in Russian title for what is known in English as “The Rite Of Spring”, nor it is in French, but when this ballet debuted in Théâtre des Champs-Élysées on May 29th, 1913, the Parisian public, who didn’t … Continue reading

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