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Saturday, 03 December 2011 12:22

The Good Ship Kilburn

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WilmotHaving been lured along to listen to a helping of The Shoestrung (a band I had been lingering over for sometime on MySpace) I found myself outside The Good Ship in Kilburn at 8pm on a Thursday night (something of a feat mid week during a busy time at work.)Curious and decidedly knackered I entered the venue for the princely sum of four quid and made it to the bar. The bar staff were friendly and chatty and I didn’t wait long to be served (another miracle) and once I located the stage-which appears to be in the sunken galley of the Ship, I found a little spot to rest over the gallery to see what was on offer.
Friday, 11 November 2011 16:15

A Leaf Through Keith

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Rhiannon Hill reads between the lines......

I was ‘there’ in the 1960s and we adolescents really did divide into the Beatle tribe and the Stones tribe.... me, Beatle, girls mostly did.

As a working semi pro musician I’ve of course encountered Stones material over the years, and as a former journalist, their folklore, but it’s important to approach Keith Richards’s autobiography, as Neil Young said, ‘mining for a heart of gold.’ In this respect the book definitely offers ‘Satisfaction.’

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