Nordic Lounge Weekend
Your guide to contemporary Stockholm. That’s what it says on the CD cover.
Check out all his other stuff. I don’t think he has made a bad album. I’ve seen him a number of times in small venues - Edinburgh and Brighton area. Great performer and works with up and coming artists who are always up to his level.
Jeff Beck - You Had It Coming
Not an album I play often, but I’d been playing Johnny Winters and fancied listening to another of the great guitar players. Whenever I play this I wonder why I don’t play it more.
Yes indeed, I have almost all his albums and his ‘Meet Me In London’ album with Sabina Scuibba is stunning. It saw him live at one of the old Heathrow HiFi shows when he was with the Naim label.
Whitey Johnson - More Days Like this
One of my favourites discovered during lockdown. Read the Whole Story to the album here https://whiteyjohnsonmusic.com/ scroll down to read the story.
Sorry for delay lemans3. Been at work all morning. The Helps were a London based early 70s rock band lauded by Deke Leonard sometime member of Welsh rockers Man. Their music was heavily influenced by west coast American rock of the day, but with a distictly English twist. A genious by the name of Malcolm Morley was their principal songwriter. Reaffirmation is a two CD set of material from their first four studio albums and is still available from that South American river site. Hope this helps (no pun).
This is rather uplifting…
The wife’s out so time to turn the volume up
Nazareth - The Very Best Of
Excellent compilation from Dunfermline’s finest, with the rasping vocals of Dan Mcafferty and the superb guitar from Manny Charlton there is only one Nazareth