By David Fricke | October 9, 1986
Steven Morrissey, the Bookish-Looking beanstalk who sings with the British rock group the Smiths, was thirteen when he fell in love for the first time – with the New York Dolls. He saw the band on British television in the early Seventies and immediately flipped for those five glitter-rock hoodlums from the bowels of Manhattan. In his home town of Manchester,…
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The week commencing 1st December, Pixies and 4AD will celebrate the 25th anniversary of Doolittle with the release of Pixies: Doolittle 25 - an expanded edition of the classic album that brings together all the album’s B-sides, Peel Sessions and demos for the first time, with nearly half of the tracks having not been commercially released before.
The second studio album from Pixies – Black…
Gordon Lightfoot ‘Sundown’
Sundown is a fine album which weaves conventional folk and pop strands into a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. The polish of Lightfoot’s singing has tended in the past to undermine the seriousness of his songs, inviting the listener to appreciate his records mainly as aural artifacts rather than explore their contents. But most of…
ECHOES OF MARIPOSA
Featuring Ian Tamblyn, Ariana Gillis and the Russell de Carle Trio
Saturday, November 15th, 2014
(doors 7:15 p.m.)
Alladin Banquet Hall, 1035 Mississaga Street West, Orillia, Ontario
(Audience Buffet $8, Vegetarian $7)
$20 in advance (plus service charge and HST)
$25 at the door, subject to avaialbility (plus service charge and HST)
The Foo Fighters new album Sonic Highways drops officially on November 10th.
Back in 1994 Steel Brewing Company hired The Ramones to record some radio jingles for their malt liquor known as “