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The Collection – Nelson King (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

There was a point a few songs in to The Collection, possibly somewhere around Always You that I recognised the same battered style and ragged glory of one of my favourite musical cult heroes, Nikki Sudden. In my book, it … Continue reading

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Selling The Family Silver – Perren Street Parade (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

The world is a small place, the cliché tells us so. The musical world is smaller still. My current bedtime read is Nikki Sudden’s autobiography The Last Bandit, a sprawling and meticulously detailed journey through the underground music scene of … Continue reading

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