This review is from Mick Birchall Reviews at www.mickbirchallreviews.co.uk I first discovered Erja Lytinnen a few years back now. The first album of hers I remember listening to in full was Dreamland Blues. A great album with some killer tracks. Since then, I’ve read more
If you’re old enough to have seen Delaney and Bonnie on tour with Eric Clapton and George Harrison and a certain Mr. Bobby Keys on saxophone you’ll know that they were a proper rock band – the genesis of Derek and the Dominos – their music was the best read more
12. Thirsty – Albatross (Thirsty Music) ‘Thirsty, if you didn’t know already, is the latest musical vehicle of former Quireboy Guy Bailey… Albatross, corralled masterfully by Rolling Stonescohort Chris Kimsey is a delight for the ears’. – Scott Adams, 26/10/16
This week we have an interview with Bad Touch lead singer Stevie Westwood. The band will release their second studio album ‘Truth Be Told’ at the beginning of December. A couple of tracks on the album have been remixed by the legendary Rolling Stones engineer and co-pro read more
Rolling Stones producer Chris Kimsey is producing on British band Thirsty’s new release, “Albatross.” The result: experience meets a 70s rock vibe. Thirsty, a British band, has given a 70s flashback to a modern release. The vocals of Guy Bailey meet Irina D to give a la read more
From the last section of the sleevenotes “In 2014 I’d decided to embark on this remaster series and wanted to review the original recordings. There was an option for remixes but due to technical difficulties the only album that was possible to work on out of the 3 I felt could benefit was ‘Field of Crows’. At the time I’d bumped into my old and dear friend Chris Kimsey who’d produced ‘Misplaced Childhood’ and ‘Clutching at...