From the new album by the daughters of legendary US bassist Charlie Haden. I hope I don’t get thrown out of the Ribble Valley Feminist League for suggesting that they … Continue readingThe Haden Triplets: Every Time I Try
From her debut solo album Obadiah, released ten years ago. Time, surely, for a Be Good Tanyas reunion.
Mournful final track from their classic 1970 LP Highway.
Wonderfully relaxing passage from his 1977 album One World.
As one of the commenters on this clip remarks: How can anyone not like the Pixies?
Standout track from his debut solo album, 1970’s Vintage Violence. What a creepy cover.
LAST week we left Robert Fripp in 1972, resolved to take King Crimson in a radical new direction and replace every member of the band (with the obvious exception of himself). … Continue readingLong Live the King Crimson Part 2
Live version of the classic song by Judee Sill (1944-79). She was the first artist signed to David Geffen’s Asylum label and was half way through making her third album … Continue readingJudee Sill: Jesus Was a Crossmaker
The old rocker was 74 when this concert was recorded and he’s still going strong eight years later. We saw him supporting the Everly Brothers at the Circus Tavern in … Continue readingDuane Eddy: Ramrod