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186. Neil Young – After the Gold Rush

186. Neil Young – After the Gold Rush

As I mentioned in my previous review, Neil Young was a hard sell for me back in my youth. The ‘godfather of grunge’ was a singer-songwriter with a weird whiny voice, and “After the Gold Rush”, his third solo album and the first one I ever bought, was pretty far...
170. Fairport Convention – Liege and Lief

170. Fairport Convention – Liege and Lief

Oh dear, more folk… Right then let’s get this over with. Belts off, trousers down… bite the pillow… … Oh, actually it’s not bad. “Liege and Lief” is often talked about as the album that defined, even created the British folk-rock genre. It came hard on the heels of...
148. The Pentangle – Basket of Light

148. The Pentangle – Basket of Light

It’s sad that I’m writing this review mere days after John Renbourn, the founder of the band passed away, just as I’m starting to discover their back catalogue. Although, to my disappointment it turns out they weren’t named in tribute to our glorious satanic...