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Mike McGear – McGear – Album Review

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Mike McGear - McGear - Album Review Esoteric 2CD + 1DVD/DL/Vinyl Released 19th July 2019 A remastered and expanded edition of the Scaffold man's 1974 solo album, with...

Ron Schneider – Legendary Organiser of The Rolling Stones’ 60’s US...

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Louder Than War photographer David Gleave gained exclusive access to Beatles & Stones manager Ron Schneider to bring us the following interview!

Various Artists – Fab Gear The British Beat Explosion And Its...

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Various Artists - Fab Gear The British Beat Explosion And Its Aftershocks 1963 - 1967 RPM 6CD/DL Released 27th April 2018 Huge boxset of rare Beat music...

10 thoughts on watching Radiohead play 2 huge shows at Glastonbury...

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They shimmer and float in the distance, intangible and yet addictive. Not anthemic and yet all pervading. A band that can fill stadiums with none of the bombast and simple tricks of the form and spellbind the audience with their introverted songs. A band that you can’t even see, hidden behind a light show and giant screens that never show their faces creating a hovering mystique and leaving the quixotic and experimental music to somehow pull the audience in. This rare for stadium rock and there is a sense of adventure with fluctuating set lists with strange and beautiful songs plucked at random from their impressive releases and a seductive intelligence and emotional subtlety that pulls you in without beating you around the head like is the norm for these huge gigs.

Mortimer: On Our Way Home – Album Review

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Mortimer: On Our Way Home RPM CD/DL Released 17th March 2017 Previously unreleased second album from Beatles-favoured Apple signees Mortimer, with contemporaneous bonus tracks...Ian Canty hears the...