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Interview with DAVE LAMBERT (STRAWBS)

January 25, 2019

October 2018 It’s nigh on impossible to be an underrated front-end player in a worldwide-known ensemble, yet those who heard STRAWBS – in their ’70s heyday or renaissance of the last decade – should know that Dave Lambert is a … Continue reading

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STRAWBS – The Ferryman’s Curse

February 18, 2018

Esoteric Antenna 2017 While resolution holds: adversity-defying triumph from English root-rock wanderers. It’s been 47 years since STRAWBS presented the world with an epic “Vision Of The Lady Of The Lake” which shone like a gem on their “Dragonfly” despite … Continue reading

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STRAWBS To Send A Biblical “Curse”

September 28, 2017

It’s been 47 years since STRAWBS presented the world with an epic “Vision Of The Lady Of The Lake” which shone like a gem on their “Dragonfly” despite its 28 verses. Dave Cousins held this composition in a high esteem, … Continue reading

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JOHN FORD – A Better Day

September 2, 2015

Whole Shot 2015 Bright side of life as seen by one who was part of the union and a kind of a superman. John Ford’s always been an optimist and his faith in the future shone through “Heavy Disguise” that … Continue reading

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Dave Cousins To Issue A Solo Live Record

August 24, 2015

Looks like STRAWBS’┬áDave Cousins, whose was a concern for many as of late, is all right now – at least, the band’s touring schedule and their planned appearance at WakemanFest suggest so – but while the group’s new album hasn’t … Continue reading

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