Mr Rock’n’Roll

Blimey, I haven’t updated this blog for over 2 years! That’s because since January 2016 I have been busy on my next novel, The Man From Yesterday, another entry in the Lethbridge-Stewart series for Candy Jar Books. It should be out sometime in the new year. 2017 saw me take some (admittedly small) steps into […]

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The Fall: Re-Mit

This is the most fun Fall album, I think ever. Mark E. Smith is in fine form, and from the evidence of the three gigs I attended around the time of this album’s release, he is a happy man enjoying the adulation he so deserves. At last, he realises that he IS appreciated! Re-Mit is […]

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I Am Kloot: Let It All In

Right, hoping to be more on the ball with my album reviews in  2013. I have loads pending from last year, which I’ll post shortly, but this year I plan not to let them pile up! OK first up is a dud. Sorry chaps. Sky At Night was a beautiful album. This, though, is dull, ugly […]

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2011 Album Round-Up

Better late than never… Wire, Red Barked Tree was reviewed here. I said:  “Beautiful and interesting and a bit weird. It’s also quite mellow – apart from the industrial thrash of 2 Minutes, and even that seems rather polite.” PJ Harvey, Let England Shake This may have won awards and plaudits galore but it pales in […]

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