Author: Paul Stewart

Legendary rock group The Pretty Things, Phil May and Dick Taylor, are pictured on Chiswick Common ahead of their rare UK appearance at the Eel Pie Club in November
goes with words by Tony Bushby
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23rd October 2007
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PHIL MAY 9 November 1944 – 15 May 2020

I’m really sad to report that Phil May lead singer of the legendary Pretty Things has died.  Phil passed away at 7.05am on Friday 15 May at the Queen Elizabeth hospital, Kings Lynn, Norfolk. He was 75. He had been locked down in Norfolk with his family and, during the week, Phil had suffered a fall from his bike and […]

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Where There’s Hope

Where There’s Hope

I just received a new tone arm cable from The Vinyl Adventure, their recently released TVA “Hope”. I was already a big fan of their Corvette silver cable, and the Hope is a bit like a Corvette on steroids.  As with all their cables I have tried, the mechanical construction is impeccable, with in this case, a Zapfino mini din […]

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09/11/2010 OPS: Mud Morganfield (the eldest son of Muddy Waters the blues legend) Played Charlotte Street Blues as part of a european tour.   He was backed by the Dirty AcesGiles Robson harmonica, Filip Kozlowski guitar
Ian Jennings Bass and Mike Hellier drums  
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Mud Morganfield talks to Musicosis

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Sarah Tandy – ‘Infection in the Sentence’

Sarah Tandy – ‘Infection in the Sentence’

A unique voice within the new UK jazz generation, ‘Infection in the Sentence’, released 8th March, is shaped by London’s thriving and diverse live music scene, where jazz is the shared language in an ever-shifting musical landscape. Swiftly rising to become one of the most in-demand players of her generation, Tandy has performed on keys for Jazz Jamaica, Nu Civilisation Orchestra, Maisha, […]

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SARI SCHORR – NEVER SAY NEVER

SARI SCHORR – NEVER SAY NEVER

In 2016, Sari first burst onto the Blues-Rock scene with her critically acclaimed debut album, A Force of Nature, produced by iconic British Blues pioneer Mike Vernon (David Bowie, Eric Clapton, John Mayall, Fleetwood Mac, Peter Green). Now, two years later, Sari is breaking new ground with her sophomore album, Never Say Never. Sari insisted that the album be recorded live […]

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