Monthly Archives: April 2015

Teach me how to feel – Fran’s Review

This album took a while to grow on me, and I think I worked out why. It’s not that I don’t like poetry and imagery in music, it’s just that I prefer it dressed up with as much melodrama as possible – Kate … Continue reading

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Glistening under a Sea of Blue – Dave’s Review

Joni Mitchell’s 1971 album Blue is a calm, acoustic, heartfelt record. It’s easy to drift away with the music and Joni’s delicate voice, but if you dig into the lyrics, the album begins to flourish. Opener All I Want is an open-hearted, … Continue reading

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Blue songs for blue skies..?

I’m in the mood to sample a classic! And by most measures this fortnight’s album is a classic. Rolling Stone ranked it the 30th best album of all time, and when the New York Times were looking for the 25 albums that represent “turning points … Continue reading

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