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Delivering the late bloomer’s last rider – the Ron Sexsmith interview

The morning I spoke to Ron Sexsmith, he was in the pensive frame of mind I might have expected. Despite leaving his adopted city of Toronto for a new base 90 miles away in Stratford, Ontario, barely a week before, … Continue reading

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Getting to know a Good Thing – having a proper parlez with Paul Young

Paul Young was having a chinwag with his good friend and ‘father of the Italian blues’ Zucchero Fornaciari in a hotel room in the capital when I tracked him down, ahead of a Royal Albert Hall date for the latter. … Continue reading

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Faces Before During and After – Had Me A Real Good Time by Andy Neill (Omnibus Press)

This book’s heavy. Not in a deep way – it’s a weight thing. Ever tried reading such a colossal tome late at night, propped up in bed? Of course, the Faces in their pomp would probably have suggested that bedtime … Continue reading

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