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Waxing Lyrical with the Ghost of Corelli

When people ask me what is most important, lyrics or music, whilst I understand both sides of the debate, I have no hesitation but to say lyrics. For me good lyrics are poetry, a contemporary literary form set to music. … Continue reading

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An Interview with David Marx of The AK-Poets

Having started out making your first music in Swindon over thirty years ago, you are now back. What’s the story in between?   Whilst you can be influenced by living in the same town or village all your life, my … Continue reading

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The Ghost of Corelli – The AK Poets

Of all the acts performing on the local circuit, it is probably David Marx’s music that resonates furthest back in time with me, having first caught The Coincidence live when we all looked much younger and thinner, sometime in the … Continue reading

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The AK Poets @ The Beehive, Swindon – Feb ’14

There is a well-worn adage about old dogs and new tricks, but when the old tricks seem to be much more entertaining than anything the young dogs have to offer, it’s an adage that becomes redundant very quickly. And so … Continue reading

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