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Cultural Revolutions – with Dave Franklin

DAA founder, Dave Franklin, looks at 5 albums that impacted on his younger musical brain and have stayed with him over the years. First and Last and Always – The Sisters of Mercy (1985)  Standing at that point when an underground … Continue reading

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Attila’s Barnstorming Tour

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Pastor Skull – Blyth Power

Following that eternal quest to bring to the publics attention some of the worthy yet obscure bands and albums that have helped colour my life so far, we arrive at number 84 in the catalogue, Blyth Powers memorable masterpiece, Pastor … Continue reading

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Waiting For Bonaparte – The Men They Couldn’t Hang

The Men They Couldn’t Hang have always been a band that are difficult to define in the scheme of things. More a rock band employing folk style than the other way round, too straight for the traveller crowd, too progressive … Continue reading

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