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Tuesday, 27 September 2016 17:14

Otis Ray Redding, Jr (1941 - 1967)

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Otis Redding Jr was born in 1941 in Dawson, Georgia. When he was three the family moved to Macon where his father was a minister.
Wednesday, 21 September 2016 14:56

The Devil– Does He Have All The Best Tunes ?

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“The Devil Should Not Have All The Best Tunes” – The Reverend Rowland Hill, Pastor Of Surrey Chapel, London, 1884
Wednesday, 21 September 2016 13:55

A Short History of Marc Bolan (1947 - 1977) (T.Rex)

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Many believe the name Bolan came from the name, Bob Dylan. In 1967 now Marc Bolan, he joined John’s Children who were a dynamic live band.
Wednesday, 31 August 2016 16:07

Ronnie Mayor - Love, Life & the Urban Myth

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One of the by-products of popular culture’s ’nads being held in the vice-like grip of TV ‘talent’ shows and phone polls is that the language of Art has been hijacked by those that respect or understand it the least. Thus, we hear a lot about the ‘Artist’ and their ‘Journey’ when neither term applies.

I have no motivation today. I'm slumped in, as described by a high street shop, my 'lounge-wear' and despite being North of 5 cups of coffee I still languish somewhere near Southampton.
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