Another jolly day lies ahead. Once again I am expecting the imminent arrival of the lovely Ms Heard, probably accompanied by a spaniel of some description. This will certainly make my world a little less dreary. Hooray!
Starting off with another visit to the singular universe of Thom the World Poet.
There is something about Helen McCookerybook's prose which I find massively entertaining. I make no apologies, therefore, for having nicked a whole chunk of a piece from her latest blog post in which she reviews a gig featuring her partner, the Daintee dude, Martin Stephenson.
Once again we have a sublime review of the new Live CD/DVD by our favourite prog rock Viking http://gonzo-multimedia.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/link-erik-norlander-review.html
I have always been a fan of the various incarnations of Jefferson Airplane and Jefferson Starship, and so it is a great pleasure to be able to post about them. Today, an insightful overview of their new live album.
And so the Michael Des Barres publicity machine trundles on towards world domination. By this time next week Michael will be the most famous man on the planet. And that's official!
I am very proud of my work on the new Rick Wakeman biography by Dan Wooding and it is gratifying to see it getting such acclaim.
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