Some time in the summer of 1975 ads began appearing with the picture of a bloke I’d never seen or heard and the words: “I saw rock and roll future and its name is Bruce Springsteen.” Continue reading “Bruce Springsteen – Thunder Road (Born To Run)”
By my mid-teens my musical interests were moving away from the singles chart and I was looking for something more substantial. Bob Dylan provided an answer.
Continue reading “Bob Dylan – Lily, Rosemary And The Jack Of Hearts (Blood On The Tracks)”
Pink Floyd’s next album after Dark Side Of The Moon made an even greater impace on me when I playe it for the first time, just after I left school. Continue reading “Pink Floyd – Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Pts 1-5 (Wish You Were Here)”
Sailor seemed like a homegrown version of Sparks when they steered into the spotlight at the end of 1975 with Glass Of Champagne, led by a real Russian prince. Continue reading “Sailor – Glass Of Champagne”