Monthly Archives: September 2012

Tim “Too Slim” Langford – Broken Halo (Underworld Records)

Unusually full of variety and stories for a blues album, Langford delivers a quality solo release 3.5 Stars 11 Tracks / 41 Minutes Tim ‘Too Slim’ Langford has made a strong impact on the blues scene with his band The … Continue reading

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Jason Carter: Part 1 – Touring the ‘Axis of Evil’

While travelling through 90 countries, guitarist Jason Carter has had the sort of adventures that you expect from fictional heroes. He has shared stages with Nigel Kennedy, Phil Keaggy, Gordon Giltrap and Clannad’s Moya Brennan and performed for such luminaries … Continue reading

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Branford Marsalis Quartet – 4 MFs Playing Tunes (Marsalis Music)

This one is all about the tunes, but features typically tight interplay from a renowned quartet that almost defines classic jazz. 4 Stars 9 Tracks / 67 Minutes One of the things that never changes about the Branford Marsalis Quartet … Continue reading

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Cabinet Minister Michael Meacher Reveals his Secret Affair – with Cosmology

Politicians can be good at playing with large numbers, but in his book Destination of the Species, Rt. Hon. Michael Meacher MP has figures that exceed all of Westminster’s expenses for the last decade – even if measured in pence. … Continue reading

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