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May 6
Jim Hunter commented on Paul K's blog post 'Simone Felice - King Tuts Wah Wah Hut (Glasgow - 4/11/2014)'
"Yes...Spotlight Kid...I liked "Trout Mask Replica" a lot back in the day...Don was quite the avant garde back then..."
Apr 24
Paul K commented on Paul K's blog post 'Simone Felice - King Tuts Wah Wah Hut (Glasgow - 4/11/2014)'
"Thanks for that Jim. Pinched from Beefheart of course"
Apr 23
Jim Hunter commented on Paul K's blog post 'Simone Felice - King Tuts Wah Wah Hut (Glasgow - 4/11/2014)'
"Nice review, he's a talent..."Blabber and Smoke" is a great title by the way, and I enjoyed reading as well..."
Apr 23
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A blog post by Paul K was featured

Dan Stuart – Arizona: 1993-95 (Album Review)

Dan Stuart bounced back into view two years ago with his excellent recording, The Deliverance of Marlowe Billings. Long missing from action (apart from some sorties with revived Green On Red and Danny and Dusty line ups) he resurfaced in Oaxaca, Mexico with a tale to tell of suicidal leanings and incarceration in a mental hospital. Since then he’s issued forth from his Mexican bolthole on a few occasions (appearing with Robyn Hitchcock in Norway for example) but otherwise he seems to be living…See More
Dec 17, 2013
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Dan Stuart – Arizona: 1993-95 (Album Review)

Dan Stuart bounced back into view two years ago with his excellent recording, The Deliverance of Marlowe Billings. Long missing from action (apart from some sorties with revived Green On Red and Danny and Dusty line ups) he resurfaced in Oaxaca, Mexico with a tale to tell of suicidal leanings and incarceration in a mental hospital. Since then he’s issued forth from his Mexican bolthole on a few occasions (appearing with Robyn Hitchcock in Norway for example) but otherwise he seems to be living…See More
Dec 13, 2013
A blog post by Paul K was featured

Album review: Doc Feldman & The LD50 – Sundowning At The Station

It’s been a while since we’ve come across a record label has the feel of being a trademark of quality in that it’s a fair bet that if they release a disc then it’ll be well worth exploring. Elektra, Stiff, SST, Bloodshot have all had their moments in the sun when this was true of them. This Is American Music (or TIAM), a labour of love for some Americana fans in the deep south has in the three years it’s been running built a solid reputation with releases from Glossary, The District Attorneys,…See More
Aug 26, 2013
Marilyn commented on Paul K's blog post 'CD Review: Fairport Convention. Rising For The Moon: Deluxe Two-Disc Edition'
"I'm " one of those" as well...and proud of it! "
Aug 25, 2013
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Album review: Doc Feldman & The LD50 – Sundowning At The Station

It’s been a while since we’ve come across a record label has the feel of being a trademark of quality in that it’s a fair bet that if they release a disc then it’ll be well worth exploring. Elektra, Stiff, SST, Bloodshot have all had their moments in the sun when this was true of them. This Is American Music (or TIAM), a labour of love for some Americana fans in the deep south has in the three years it’s been running built a solid reputation with releases from Glossary, The District Attorneys,…See More
Aug 25, 2013
Miss Holly commented on Paul K's blog post 'CD Review: Fairport Convention. Rising For The Moon: Deluxe Two-Disc Edition'
"I agree, Henry Bell.  "Leige & Lief" opened up a whole new world of music to me, one that I still love to this day.   "
Aug 22, 2013
Henry Bell commented on Paul K's blog post 'CD Review: Fairport Convention. Rising For The Moon: Deluxe Two-Disc Edition'
"I fell in love with "Leige & Lief" in college - seems like this is another one of those timeless bands....."
Aug 20, 2013
Easy Ed commented on Paul K's blog post 'CD Review: Fairport Convention. Rising For The Moon: Deluxe Two-Disc Edition'
"In a conversation I had with Richard Thompson about fifteen years ago and have told here before, when I brought up my love for Fairport and how important I felt that they were to my musical growth and foundation, he looked at me and said,…"
Aug 18, 2013
A blog post by Paul K was featured

CD Review: Fairport Convention. Rising For The Moon: Deluxe Two-Disc Edition

By 1974 Fairport Convention were far removed from their trailblazing days as the band which largely introduced folk rock spawning a whole new rock subculture. A revolving door syndrome had seen members come and go and the departure of Simon Nicol in 1971 saw them with no original members. Fiddler Dave Swarbrick took up the baton of leadership for a few albums before the arrival of guitarist Jerry Donahue and guitarist/vocalist Trevor Lucas (both from Fotheringay, the band Sandy Denny had formed…See More
Aug 17, 2013

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Grant Peeples and the Peeples Rebublic - Punishing The Myth (Album Review)

Grant Peeples is a muscular, shaved- headed, scary-looking guy, the kind you’d avoid in a bar in case he’s looking for a fight. His music, too, is muscular and looking for a fight, but in this case with the hucksters and moral majority who run his nation. Always on the side of the downtrodden and oppressed, Peeples, over the course of his four albums, has been a powerful voice telling us what the networks and syndicates won’t.

Punishing The Myth, his third album…

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Posted on May 6, 2014 at 7:30am

Dan Stuart - Glad Cafe (Glasgow, U.K. May 1, 2014)

This was a welcome return to Glasgow for one of our more perplexing musicians, the Tucson-raised and now domiciled in Mexico Dan Stuart. Last time he played here, the audience turnout was pitiful, especially coming as it did only a few years after the sold-out Green On Red Reunion tour. Blame Stuart’s virtual retirement from the business or poor promotion. On this occasion, however, a packed venue bore testimony to Stuart’s once-again rising profile and the sterling work done by…

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Posted on May 6, 2014 at 7:00am

Dropkick - Homeward (Album Review)

It’s always nice when an old friend , someone you haven’t seen for a while, turns up and reminds you of why you’re friends in the first place. And so it is with Lothian’s Dropkick who have handed in Homeward after a two year absence. Proudly flagging a quote from The Scotsman that proclaims them Scotland’s third best band (sadly a search didn’t come up with the winner and runner up) the Taylor brother’s band are back to a five piece with Ian Grier…

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Posted on April 15, 2014 at 4:00pm

The Redlands Palomino Company - Broken Carelessly (Album Review)

It’s looking to be a good year for what one might loosely term “alt country” albums with Scots acts the New Madrids and Red Pine Timber Company handing in excellent efforts so far. Time now to look to London to see what’s cooking down there and keeping their end up are The Redlands Palomino Company whose fourth album, Broken Carelessly is released this week. The Palominos are a classic UK “Americana” band with a sound that ranges from pedal steel…

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Posted on April 15, 2014 at 3:30pm

Simone Felice - King Tuts Wah Wah Hut (Glasgow - 4/11/2014)

With his second solo album safely under his belt Simone Felice is rapidly conforming his status as one of the finest purveyors of Americana around these days. Fortunately (for us) he remains somewhat under the mass radar allowing audiences to see him in intimate settings such as the hallowed King Tuts, a perfect space to see and hear his shamanistic offerings. A mesmerising performer tonight he possessed a leonine grace, prowling and genuflecting,…

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Posted on April 15, 2014 at 3:30pm — 3 Comments

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At 9:36am on December 4, 2012, Phil Lee said…

Seasonal Greetings

Please find Phil Lee Christmas Song plus a preview from the forthcoming album for download on Soundcloud. The album is again is produced and features the great Richard Bennett (Niel Diamond, Dire Straits) and is titled “The Fall & Further Decline of The Mighty King Of Love”, and Phil and his music will appear in a new movie to be released next year, indeed titled “The Mighty King Of Love”.

At 10:37pm on June 12, 2012, Mainy said…

Yeah. That was really just a stroke of luck.

I was asked to review the album and then a few days later the pr company queried if I knew anyone who would put them on in Glasgow.

So I said 'yeah, me.

Looking forward to it.

At 2:09pm on December 22, 2009, Jefferson Ross said…
THANKS FOR THE GIFT OF FRIENDSHIP, PAUL!
At 6:42pm on March 3, 2009, No Depression said…
Hi Paul - Welcome to the new community site! We hope you're finding everything okay. Please let us know if you have any questions or feedback (here are some FAQs in case anything's confusing). Thanks for joining. Cheers!
Kim
 
 
 

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