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Forever, after and before – talking Folk Devils with Nick Clift

At a time when so many of us are suffering withdrawal symptoms from missing live music at our favourite venues, it’s odd to think back to a time when we more or less took for granted the fact that there … Continue reading

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March on with The Stranglers – the Baz Warne interview

It’s not often a front-man is still regularly held up to scrutiny after 15 years with a band, but that’s how it often goes with Baz Warne. To put it mildly, The Stranglers’ founder member Hugh Cornwell was a hard … Continue reading

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Spare us the Santa’s sack cliches

THERE was an almost inevitable sideshow at this week’s Premier League clash between Sunderland and Reading, with the football media waiting to see which manager would go first. Would it be Martin O’Neill, a year to the day since his … Continue reading

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The Price Is Wrong (surely)

“HOW MUCH?” It’s an oft-repeated question in football these days, whether you’re talking about an international or a trip to see your local heroes – covering everything from the price of admission to the quality of a pie. And anyone … Continue reading

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