Gilbert O’Sullivan Interview

Saturday, 23 July 2016, 19:14 | Category : Interview
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Gilbert O’Sullivan’s songwriting soundtracked the 1970s and Nothing Rhymed and Alone Again (Naturally), in particular, are recognised as classics. All his material is currently undergoing a critical reappraisal and his latest retrospective The Essential Collection recently hit the UK top 20.  Transcribed from his extensive podcast interview with Jason Barnard, Gilbert talks about the hits as well as the rarer cuts that deserve wider attention: […]

Gilbert O’Sullivan

Saturday, 18 June 2016, 10:00 | Category : Podcasts
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One of our greatest songwriters, Gilbert O’Sullivan, talks about key tracks from his new album The Essential Collection plus we hear choice rarities and cover versions. Gilbert O’Sullivan – Houdini Said (Himself, MAM, 1971) The Tremeloes ‎– You (Here Come The Tremeloes, CBS, 1967) Paul Jones – My Advice To You (Single A-side, Columbia Sweden, 1968) […]

Mark Nevin

One of Britain’s best songwriters, Mark Nevin picks a selection of favourite British tracks from the Sixties and Seventies. The Tornados – Telstar (Single A-side, Decca, 1962) David Bowie – There is a Happy Land (David Bowie, Deram, 1967) Lulu – To Sir With Love (Single A-side, Epic (US), 1967) Barry Ryan – Eloise (Single […]