It’s such fun to read scathing reviews about classic albums. Unfortunately, I don’t have one of those for you today. Heller-Nicholas (p. 48) says that this album ‘helped revatilsed folk music for a new generation’ and I can’t say I disagree. This album launched Baez’s career as a folk artist, then turned protestor and champion… Continue reading Joan Baez – Joan Baez – 1960
This post is coming to y’all a little late because I spent the day I should’ve spent writing it with my forever fave, my best pal. Sometimes you’ve just got to go and wander around Yorkshire and eat a lot of cheese, you know? Anyway, this is what I was loving in July. ‘Difficult Women’… Continue reading July Favourites
While our main reason for traveling down to London a few weeks ago was to see Tom Petty, we also took the chance to drop in at the latest music inspired exhibition at the V&A, Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains. I am not actually a huge Pink Floyd fan. I like the odd song, and… Continue reading Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains review
Gig: British Summer Time, Hyde Park. 9th July, 2017. Last week, I had the immense pleasure of seeing one of my absolute idols Stevie Nicks in real life at BST, as well as Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Spoiler alert – it was brilliant. BST is something I wasn’t really aware of before I turned up… Continue reading Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – 9th July 2017.