Bobby Womack - Across 110th Street
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Definitely piqued my interest here Mr Everard. Previously I have only heard William Blake's peoms recited on the album Tyger by Tangerine Dream.
I found that quite beguiling.
Having read a couple of reviews on Amazon I am going to give this a try. CD is a bit expensive at 35 quid but the MP3 download is a lot cheaper. Thanks for sharing.
Big Noise from Winnetka - Kyle (son of Clint) Eastwood. Great bass
I downloaded the FLAC version, which sounds lovely, and cost me £6.47.
Seen Kyle Eastwood live a couple of times now in a small jazz club – Big Noise was a set highlight on both occasions
Could you point me in that direction good sir
Canadian post rockers, Do Make Say Think, the album is & Yet & Yet
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Good choice the last album with Keith Moon
Came across this discovery a short while ago whilst browsing on Spotify for all things Danny Thompson related. Featuring Darrell Scott, Kenny Malone and of course the wonderful Danny Thompson, this is like an Americana/Roots power trio. Shades of The Band, Little Feat, CCR and that kind of stuff. Fabulous, my best buy of the year so far..
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