Entries by Norman Warwick

GRAB A GRAMMY NIGHT

With Reggae, Global, Children´s Music, Spoken Word and Comedy all with categories, as well as several sub-divisions for Musical Theatre, Classical and Non-Classical categories ad infinitum until we do come, surely finally, to Best Packaging, this could be an awards ceremony to last longer then the Woodstock Festival.

LATE WRITER WAS ONCE A SECRET READER

Several of his novels were adapted into movies, including Dark Of The Sun (1968), about a band of mercenaries hunting for diamonds during the Congo Crisis; Gold (1974), which starred Roger Moore as the general manager of a South African mine; and Shout At The Devil” (1976), with Moore and Lee Marvin, who became a fishing buddy.

it´s got to COME FROM THE HARP

The most important thing for me is truth in music. As Alice Coltrane said: “music has to come from the heart”. That’s the most rewarding thing for an artist. …You do it because your soul needs it. … Searching for the truth, that’s what we’re all doing. This is our ´love supreme´.

ABBA dABBA doo, they´re back !!

ABBA dABBA doo, they´re back !! but Norman Warwick is still not in step In my teenage days I hung with The Hollies and Herman´s Hermits, and Dave Dee and his gang but my chronologically-challenged memory tells me that fell apart when the Swedish sensations changed all that. I had friends who suddenly abandoned all […]