The Thomas Scott Quintet release their new album, Marionette, on 22 November. With a pre sale for the white vinyl and CD starting on 24 October. More details here. I caught up with Tommy to talk about the new album and also his time in 90’s pop mavericks, Space, and further back in time to … Continue reading Interview with Tommy Scott – talking about his new album, Space, musical influences and Eric’s. Plus album review.
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
Was very lucky to grab a chat with Pete Wilkinson, about his musical journey with Shack, Cast, Echo and the Bunnymen, and his latest Project, Aviator and the new album ‘All you haters’. You’ll may also know from my previous post that Shack’s Waterpistol is one of my all time favourite albums, so plenty of … Continue reading Interview with Pete Wilkinson – talking Shack, Cast, Bunnymen, Aviator & more
Aviator - All you Haters - new album As most of you know, Aviator are the band led by Peter Wilkinson (Bass player for Shack, Cast and Echo and the Bunnymen). This is a long running project since 2002 and the Huxley pig album. I think I first got interested with the Huxley pig 2 … Continue reading Review – Aviator – All you Haters
Shack - Waterpistol (1995) Like many people, my top 10 albums always change too often to pin down properly, but this album is right up there as the one I always come back to and means the most. Liverpool The songs on Waterpistol are universally great and can easily transcend their context. But they are … Continue reading Shack’s Waterpistol – Mersey paradise