Sandy Denny – I've Always Kept A Unicorn: The Acoustic Sandy Denny

It is incredible to think that after all these years, the work of Sandy Denny not only continues to live on, but that her posthumous catalogue keeps expanding. Released to coincide with the publication of Mick Houghton’s 2015 biography I’ve Always Kept A Unicorn, this alluring, often captivating collection of 40 tracks on 2 CDs,… Read More Sandy Denny – I've Always Kept A Unicorn: The Acoustic Sandy Denny

Jimi Hendrix – In From The Storm

Much has been mentioned about Jimi Hendrix as being not merely a rock guitarist but also a composer, whose songs were so well thought out that even now he is often regarded as the greatest instrumentalist of his day, the Mount Everest of the electric guitar. People such as Gil Evans and Miles Davis were enamoured with… Read More Jimi Hendrix – In From The Storm

Jeff Buckley – Live From The Bataclan

In the mid-90’s, Jeff Buckley was more popular in countries such as England, France and Australia than he was in his own native America. And though having released only one album, his debut Grace (in 1994), fans were treated to a series of singles that were EP in length, each containing mostly live versions of… Read More Jeff Buckley – Live From The Bataclan

Syd Barrett – The Best Of Syd Barrett: Wouldn't You Miss Me?

Psychedelic Pied Piper is given a 21st Century Polish It’s a classic tale, one of a young musical genius gone mad, before retreating into a life of isolation, seemingly vanishing off the face of the earth. Whether it’s Elvis Presley or Jim Morrison, people can’t get enough of the idea that their idols continue to… Read More Syd Barrett – The Best Of Syd Barrett: Wouldn't You Miss Me?

Bob Dylan – Highway 61 Revisited

Folk troubadour reinvents himself as surrealist poet and turns rock on its head in the process Highway 61 Revisited would be Dylan’s first solely electric album, and one which attracted its fair share of controversy, mainly from all the folk purists who felt as though their spiritual guide had betrayed them. But such cruel criticism… Read More Bob Dylan – Highway 61 Revisited