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It seems the man who emerges from this book, who has lived this story is respected as a man and a musician by all who have come to know him.
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Given that the tryptich has been prepared during the Russian onslaught on Ukraine it is perhaps not surprising that beautiful though these works are in many ways, there are still sibilant whispers in them that something wicked this way comes.
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his Romeo and Juliet with Dire Staits as perfectly caught the sounds of the street and its shorthand conversations as surely as ever did Shakespeare a few hundred years ago. Whereas Shakespeare had Romeo suggest ´Let´s Talk. It is not day´, Knopfler had him ask, ÿou and me giorl, how about it?´we all knew what they both meant !
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And in Pál Banda he had an ideal vehicle for these ever-thrilling compositions. They thrive on their own mystery. Come December, it may or may not be deemed necessary to compile a short list of Events of the Year. This is the third candidate for it already. Such things should not be reduced to the tawdry level of a league table and last year I didn’t pick an outright winner but some things are somehow ‘better’ than some other things and sometimes, in some way, that is in some part, the point.
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Steve Cooke has done a superb job of maintaining the all across the arts page. Over the last seven years he has surrounded himself with, and has enjoyed the support of, the great and the good of the Rochdale arts scene, with its revenue funded arts organisations, independent artists, theatres, galleries and pub venues. Poets Seamus Kelly and Eileen Earnshaw were regular contributors to his pages and he carried news from local groups like Touchstones cwg, Weaving Words, Langley Writers and followed the nomadic wanderings of Those Bard From The Baum to the Flying Horse and beyond, and Mr. Cooke maintained a synergy with Steve Bewick jazz radio presenter of Hot Biscuits.
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There is one biography that some say tells the story of Bob Dylan through the lens of seven penetrating songs .
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Event listings, news, reviews, features and comment from the classical music scene in and around Portsmouth – including Fareham, Havant, Petersfield, Chichester, Bognor Regis, Midhurst and Petworth are all collated on a wonderful web called Music in Portsmouth, which was brought to my attention by our roving ´bobbies on the beat´ in the uk, DCI Sidetracks and Superintendent Sidetracks
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Other entries in the March chart are 'Flowers' (Reveal) by respected songwriter Boo Hewerdine at no. 16, Fairport Convention is new at 22 with 'Full House For Sale' (Matty Grooves), 'Dusk Moon' new at no. 23 by Scottish four piece Rura, guitarist Ben Walker's 'Banish Air From Air' (Folkroom) at 24, 'Petrichor' (The Lost Trades) by vocal harmony trio The Lost Trades at 31, with the last new entry this month being Salt House at number 37 with 'Riverwoods'.
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This year, moving into Manchester's Northern Quarter, English Folk Expo expands it's artists' programme, makes it easier for industry to attend as delegates with direct registration through it's website here, broadens it's partnership showcase programme and provides artists with more reasons to join us for the whole weekend through collaboration with Un-Convention which will provide daytime career development training and networking for artists. Meanwhile EFE have announced the first wave of artists performing at English Folk Expo and Manchester Folk Festival.
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Kilometric queues in Timanfaya, the clogged Cave and cars parked on the road to Los Jameos, the tourist image of Lanzarote at Easter.