Lost classic #3 David Crosby’s If I Could Only Remember My Name

In February of this year, David Crosby's 1971 album, If I Could Only Remember My Name, will reach its 50th anniversary. Over the years it has found its way into many people's hearts, an album that you soak up and always return to again. It has become one of those albums in my collection that … Continue reading Lost classic #3 David Crosby’s If I Could Only Remember My Name

REVIEW – Looking Through A Glass Onion | The Beatles Psychedelic Songbook 1966-72, Various Artists, 3CD

Out 16 October on Grapefruit/Cherry Red - a new collection of late sixties and psych driven covers of Beatles songs. Order here. From the Rolling Stones picking up I wanna be your man from Lennon and McCartney to Joe Cocker transforming With a little help from my friends so many bands have sought to hook … Continue reading REVIEW – Looking Through A Glass Onion | The Beatles Psychedelic Songbook 1966-72, Various Artists, 3CD

David Ian Roberts – From the harbour – interview & review

From the harbour A few weeks ago, an artist I’d not heard of before, David Ian Roberts, dropped into my twitter feed (Cheers Nick!). Several people were waxing lyrical about his new album, ‘From the harbour’. The musical references peaked my interest and heading over to BandCamp I listened to an album that has easily … Continue reading David Ian Roberts – From the harbour – interview & review