Al Stewart Podcast Part 1

Wednesday, 30 December 2015, 19:27 | Category : Podcasts
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In the first part of a career spanning podcast Al Stewart talks to Jason Barnard to mark the re-release of three of his classic albums on Esoteric. Al Stewart – Post World War Two Blues (Past, Present and Future, CBS, 1973) Al Stewart – Soho Needless To Say (Past, Present and Future, CBS, 1973) Simon and […]

Al Stewart Podcasts and Interview Coming Soon

Monday, 21 December 2015, 21:48 | Category : News
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Al Stewart is one of Britain’s great songwriters. Hailing from the UK folk scene he conquered the US in the mid-late 70s with great hits such as ‘Year of the Cat’, ‘Time Passages’ and ‘On the Border’ plus cult classics such as ‘Roads to Moscow’. Still producing great music and touring, Al will be joining […]

The strange evolution of TV theme tunes

Monday, 21 December 2015, 21:36 | Category : Led Zeppelin, Tv
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Although many of television’s most famous theme songs many provide us with a reassuring sense of familiarity, few of us will consider the origins of the music and how it evolves to match the times. Despite the fact that bands and artists have long been used to provide music for TV shows, it has become […]

Jet Wintzer Sounds Good

Monday, 14 December 2015, 22:44 | Category : News
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The Strange Brew proudly hosts Mark Waters’ latest Sounds Good show featuring Jet Wintzer of Schizo Fun Addict. Sounds Good set list 13th December 2015 John Delafose and the Eunice Playboys – Poor Man Two Step Caddy -Something About Carina Schizo Fun Addict – Theme One interview with Jet Wintzer part 1 Schizo Fun Addict […]

The Krewcats 1964-65

Sunday, 6 December 2015, 20:25 | Category : Welcome
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In the second part of Nick Warburton’s extensive feature of British beat group, The Krewcats, continues their story into the mid-60s. The Krewcats at Kitty’s Bar, Itzehoe, early January 1965 – Mam Hourie (tenor sax), a German fan, Robert Fielden-Nicholls, Aron (an American USAF Captain who often visited the band), Howie Casey (tenor sax) and another German […]