Hartmann”Shadows and Silhouettes” 2016 (Sonic11/ Pride & Joy Music ) Review.

March 20, 2018

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Adorning my walls….

April 4, 2017

Unsung Heroes


Finally got around to framing and hanging the two hand-numbered prints from The Jess Roden Anthology, and very cool they look too, taking pride of place in my Studio entrance hall!

As for the collection itself, it continues to amaze and delight. Have you got a copy of the Anthology? Why not share your thoughts on it with us on here!

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My journey with Jess – An appreciation of The Jess Roden Anthology – Part Two

April 4, 2017

Unsung Heroes


A new day, and I sit back and re-open this splendid anthology, a beautiful hardback ‘coffee table’ book, with 3 of the 6 discs neatly embedded in both the front and back inside covers. It is a great read, and peppered with enough photographic memorabilia and liner notes to have even the most jaded completist salivating. It is against this backdrop that I re-commence my listening. We’re on Disc 4, and despite the Spanish sunshine, “Easy Way” ‘s introduction is heralded by a breaking thunderstorm, dueling with sublime Fretless bass, Rhodes and Soprano saxophone. I’m back in that time tunnel, circa 1982. There’s no vocal, but you ‘hear’ Jess in this track, you feel his soul. It is no exaggeration to posit that tracks such as this pre-dated a great deal of what we now refer to as ‘the ambient genre’. This track just spirits you away. It’s fading Sax…

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My Journey with Jess – An appreciation of The Jess Roden Anthology – Part One

April 4, 2017

Unsung Heroes


It’s been well documented on my various sites and blogs that I owe a great debt to Jess Roden, one of the U.K.’s finest ever singers. It might not always be apparent in my diverse live and recorded work, but I assure you, along with a very few others, he was instrumental in igniting the spark that took me from my hometown of Derby to some of the greatest venues in the world. I can count on one hand the musicians that have inspired me to become a professional, and Jess is one of them.  His voice just spoke to me above so many others, from the first time as a 14 year old, holidaying with friends in Bournemouth and discovering the ‘Bumpers’ compilation in a second hand shop. The current generation perhaps cannot understand the pleasure of bringing home a prize such as this: a gatefold-sleeved double LP…

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Anushaka South Actress New Photos

May 23, 2015


#Shoutout from jonnyvacca

May 23, 2015

KonQuest Radio

Life of a #radio #student #onair #outsidebroadcast #Bournemouth7s

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May 23, 2015


latex corset micro mini skirt and tattoo legs with beautiful fetish fashion suede highheels

May 23, 2015

latex corset micro mini skirt and tattoo legs with beautiful fetish fashion suede highheels.

REVOLUTION SAINTS: To Release Eponymous Debut Album

November 22, 2014

Should Be a Cracker..

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REVOLUTION SAINTS is the new hard rock / melodic rock eponymous debut album from Doug Aldrich (ex-Whitesnake), Jack Blades (Night Ranger) and Deen Castronovo (Journey). The new album will be released on CD, Deluxe Edition, Digital Download and 180 gram vinyl by Frontiers Records in Europe on February 20, in the UK on February 23, and in the USA on February 24.

Superbly handling drums and lead vocals is Deen Castronovo. Already renowned for his drum talents and backing vocals in Journey, Bad English and more, Deen‘s excellent vocal talents are in the spotlight on the album. On bass, and co-lead vocals on a few tracks, Jack Blades is well known for his melodic, yet hard rocking approach to songwriting and playing via multiple classic albums by his main band Night Ranger, as well as with the Damn Yankees and the Shaw/Blades

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Jon Lord Passes Away

July 16, 2012

A Sad Day for Music, RIP…..

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Legendary Deep Purple keyboard player and composer Jon Lord – also loved for his work with Whitesnake, Paice, Ashton & Lord,The Artwoods and Flower Pot Men – has passed away today, Classic Rock has learned.

A statement from Lord’s PR representative reads:

“It is with deep sadness we announce the passing of Jon Lord, who suffered a fatal pulmonary embolism today, Monday 16th July at the London Clinic, after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Jon was surrounded by his loving family.

Jon Lord, the legendary keyboard player with Deep Purple co-wrote many of the bands legendary songs including Smoke On The Water and played with many bands and musicians throughout his career.

“Best known for his Orchestral work Concerto for Group & Orchestra first performed at Royal Albert Hall with Deep Purple and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in 1969 and conducted by the renowned Malcolm Arnold, a…

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