REFLECTIONS of Mary Wilson

The music was infectious and, with it, the group achieved unprecedented success, producing 12 No. 1 hits including Where Did Our Love Go, Baby Love and Stop! In the Name of Love.

ON THE JOURNEY OF TRANSFORMATION

He is a man of mantra and aphorism it seems and he used the phrase "On the way to canvas, to paper, to nature," many times throughout the afternoon to describe his process.
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WILL SMITH IS BACK IN THE ´HOOD

the reunion that nobody ever expected is about to happen
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´MEMORY BRUSHES THE SAME YEARS´ part one of five in our Paul Simon special feature

´MEMORY BRUSHES THE SAME YEARS´ © Paul Simon, lyric from Old Friends By Norman Warwick A few years ago, shortly after the release of the double album, Paul Simon: Songwriter, the artist spoke exclusively to music journalist…
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FAMILIAR NAME & A SENSATIONAL SOUND

FAMILIAR NAME & A SENSATIONAL SOUND by Norman Warwick Lola Lennox (left) is a British singer, songwriter, and model. She is the sister of British fashion model Tali Lennox, and daughter of Scottish singer Annie Lennox and Israeli…
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we are the music makers: MARGO PRICE KNOWS HER WORTH

MARGO PRICE KNOWS HER WORTH By Norman Warwick Now four years in the music spotlight, Margo Price (left) is not sure how to summarise the whole experience. ´I´ve been frustrated,´ Margo admits, speaking to Esquire magazine, via…
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We Are The Music Makers; John Ellis considers EVOLUTION AFTER LOCKDOWN

EVOLUTION AFTER  LOCKDOWN Steve Bewick talks to John Ellis as Norm listens in john Ellis Several years ago, Steve Bewick, my co-radio presenter and I interviewed  musician and record producer John Ellis, who was a name I…
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FINAL REEL FOR GREAT MAN OF FILM

FINAL REEL FOR GREAT MAN OF FILM By Norman Warwick Sir Alan Parker Sir Alan Parker was twice Oscar-nominated for best director, for 1978’s Midnight Express and for 1988’s Mississippi Burning. While the director’s subject matter…
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WHAT WE MEAN WHEN WE SPEAK OF DYLAN: part 5 conclusion of Sidetracks & Detours Dylan week

WHAT WE MEAN WHEN WE SPEAK OF DYLAN by Norman Warwick What people mean when they speak of Dylan can be as difficult to decipher as are his own lyrics. Usually what is said about him, or even to him, is agendised: Questions are cleverly…