The “Undiscovered Artists” Featured On My Shows November 2018

The Artists Featured Were ….

1st November

Lolita Gill

 

8th November

Crashing Cairo

 

15th November

No Show

 

22nd November

Jo Ash

 

29th November

Rah Band

Sabina Beyli

John Cubbin Band

We Are The Monks

 

December will a selection of artists from 2018

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All You Need To Know About “I Can’t Stop Loving You” (1962) – Ray Charles — Films Like Dreams, Etc.

Now here’s one that I can actually enjoy writing about!! Don’t get me wrong, as much as I get a sick thrill out of writing about songs that I consider to be awful or in bad taste (such as, most recently, “Go Away Little Girl”), I will always love writing about songs I love even […]

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All You Need To Know About “Hit the Road Jack” (1961) by Ray Charles — Films Like Dreams, Etc.

It’s been a little while since I’ve done one of these… so I might as well jump back on the wagon! After devoting a good chunk of my time to Halloween TV specials and then to the interesting pop music scene of 1987, it’s nice to jump right back into this Hot 100 Number-One Singles challenge. […]

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All You Need To Know About “Don’t Leave Me This Way” (1977) by Thelma Houston — Films Like Dreams, Etc.

Alright, time for another one of these. Despite having only written in length about a handful of disco singles in the past, it remains one of my favorite ever genres to review. With all the intersections of culture, identity, and a multitude of common themes, there really is more than meets the eye with a […]

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Review: Run Run Devil- Revelation Daze (Keith & Jenny Raby)

It has been my privilege to review earlier releases from this talented husband and wife team. This 2018  album sees the duo following a similar style as previous recordings, focusing mainly on Jenny’s infectious blues influenced voice and some highly creative moments from Keith, whilst delivering a message of faith.

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The opening title track is guaranteed to stick in your head after a few plays and this pattern continues with songs like ” The Time Is Now” and  the engaging ‘Fleetwood Mac Tusk’ influenced “One Day Soon” with its driving drum beat! I especially enjoyed the beautiful “I Want To Lay At Your Feet” which demonstrates Jenny’s expressive vocal skills in a way that would test a weaker vocalist! The collection finishes, like previous albums, with a testimonial. The album delivers more with each listen and warrants repeated play!

8/10

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Country Music of the 60s and 70s: Part 1 — The Diversity of Classic Rock

Country music influenced rock and roll and a lot of rock musicians like country music. These genres have a lot more in common than one would think. To pay tribute to country music and its influence on rock and roll (especially in the early days with rockabilly), we will talk about the source material, what inspired

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