The Singer To these ears, Johnny Cash’s singing style was basically the same for the vast majority of his recording… Read More

It’s tempting, when explaining to people who Neil Innes was, to immediately associate him with the world-famous English exports he… Read More

My First Time “The shit on the streets of our townComes in different shades of brownWhat I mean can be… Read More

The Event Farewell Michael Holt. The singer-songwriter, classical pianist/composer and cultural activist had a great send off on June 30th.… Read More

Parade (1986) It was hard for Prince to win over some sections of the music-listening public. He was part Jimi… Read More

A review of the CD ‘Big Mouth’ by Happy Joe: New Jersey’s premier shouter-songwriter Joe Canzano picks up where he… Read More

If anyone personifies the great work done by artists not receiving corporate support, it’s Al Lindsay. I’ve singled out the song Fly Away from 2009’s Shingle Street CD because it’s a good example of Al doing what he does best. There’s nothing flashy about the singing or the song but like a lot of great folk and blues it works on a sensual, pre-intellectual level.
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