Picking 3 albums for 1995
100 albums, 2 weeks to listen to them and then pick your top 7 #7albums10s
The contenders for #3albums92 Twitter poll
Looking back at my music journey from the 1980s on National Album Day
This is a review of the albums that I have been listening to whilst working from home. Albums listened to for week 15 cover from 29 June to 3 July.
This is a review of the albums that I have been listening to whilst working from home. Albums listened to for week 11 cover from 8 June to 12 June. Monday 8 June - The Clash Kicking off the new working week with the last gang in town...The Clash! I pretty much selected the best … Continue reading Music life in lockdown week 12
Continuing on from where I let off yesterday, Monday 23 March was the start of working from home proper. On Twitter when I did the posts it got abbreviated to WFH for ease and the #lockdown on it as I uploaded photos of what I was listening to whilst working. So kicking off the soundtrack … Continue reading Music life in lockdown week 1
1992 is my pick. What is yours? Based on the music released, which year would you pick? Leap years to choose from:1960, 1964, 1968, 1972, 1976, 1980, 1984, 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016. For me it was 1992 and here’s why. What a great year for albums! 1. Rage Against The … Continue reading What leap year was the best for music?
1993 kicked off with the Belfast debut of Alice in Chains at the Ulster Hall on 06/03/93 promoting their breakthrough album Dirt. Quite possibly one of the loudest gigs I had been too since AC/DC. This was an amazing show and it was great to see the late Layne Staley live on stage. Alice in … Continue reading 1993 part 1
After going to my first gig the desire to do another one is great. At the start I was relying on friends to want to go with me so unless we liked similar bands there was the likelihood of missing some as I wasn’t comfortable going on my own back then. A few highlights from … Continue reading 1990