Guitar Lessons Oxford Circus Warren Street

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Guitar Lessons and Guitar Teachers in Oxford Circus.   London Guitar Academy professional tutors will help you reach your goals. Our top level instructors make sure you become the best musician you can be, play the music you want to play, and most importantly, have fun!  We offer lessons in the comfort of your own home at one of our fantastic studio’s. Our innovative teaching styles are perfect of students of all levels.

Guitar Lessons Oxford Circus Warren Street

Guitar Lessons Oxford Circus Warren Street

 

 

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The lessons are upbeat yet informative, challenging yet inspiring.

Guitar Teacher Northern line London King’s Cross and Warren Street

Guitar Teacher Northern line London King’s Cross and Warren Street

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Guitar Lessons Oxford Circus Warren Street

Guitar Lessons Oxford Circus Warren Street

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Great 2016 Albums You May Have Missed PART 3

PART 3 GREAT 2016 ALBUMS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED! 

With 2017 emerging from the Christmas/New Year festivities, LGA reviewer, Paul Wood, continues to cast his eyes (and ears) over his albums of 2016. These are albums which are probably not going to appear on the “popular” mainstream music journals’ list of albums of the year, but which we certainly think are worthy of your attention.

LGA Album Review

LGA Album Review

Third off the block is “Hellbound Hymns” by The Urban Voodoo Machine – the capital’s finest purveyors of Bourbon Soaked Gypsy Blues Bop’N’Stroll!

For the album (their fourth) the band comprised:

 

Paul-Romney Angel                                     – Lead vocals, guitar

Nick Marsh (RIP)                                         – Guitar, vocals

Slim                                                               – Accordion, Piano

George “Le Boner” Simmonds                 – Trombone, vocals

Lucifire                                                         – Saxophone, vocals (and outrageous screams!)

Joe “Mongo” Whitney                               – Bouzouki, washboard

The Reverend Gavin Smith                      – Upright bass

Anne Angel                                                 – Sousaphone

The Late-J-Roni-Moe,                                 -Drums

Jary                                                               – Drums

Sadly, guitarist Nick Marsh succumbed to cancer before the album was released, and with the earlier death of fiddle player Rob “The Kid” Skipper there’s an undoubted melancholic feel and sadness to some of the songs. But this being , you also get their trademark ramshackle “band of brothers” sing along sea shanties, death ballads, good old rock’n’roll and gypsy blues bop’n’stroll. It’s one of their best albums so far and well worth a listen (and purchase!)

Great Albums

Great Albums

GREAT 2016 ALBUMS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED! – PART 3

GREAT 2016 ALBUMS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED! – PART 3

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Here’s a link to the Youtube video uploaded by the band for album track “Fallen Brothers”

It’s a great song and the video is a real example of what you get when you see the band live. Their show is a total “where do I look now experience”, band leader Paul-Romney Angel dominates centre stage but everywhere around him the rest of the band are eye-poppers too!

Although renowned for their stage shows, this album shows that they have the songs and lyrics to be more than just a great live band.  The track “Baby’s Turning Blue” – about a young couple with dreams who fall victim to their drug addiction – is one of the saddest songs you’ll ever hear. “While You Were Asleep” mixes Fagin from “Oliver Twist” with the sounds of the Circus and emerges as a warning against the politicians and large corporate entities who are taking over “while we are all asleep”.

Here’s a link to the Youtube video uploaded by the band for a live version of rumbustious album track “Rusty Water and Coffin Nails”.

Buy the album and go see the band live if you can.

Track listing

1. While We Were All Asleep 2:10
2. Love And Addiction 3:19
3. Shattered Dreams  3:34
4. Hit The Road Rag 2:12
5. The Ghost From My Bastard Past 2:57
6. Bucket Of Blood 4:41
7. Baby’s Turning Blue 4:40
8. All Mixed Up 4:49
9. Let You Rot 2:39
10. Rusty Water & Coffin Nails 3:53
11. Destiny Angel 3:50
12. Fallen Brothers 4:27
13. Lullabye 2:22

More details

There’s a live “Valentine” show coming up in London on Saturday 4 February, (“Vive Le Valentine”) at The Dome in  London

For more details of the band and other upcoming dates etc see:

http://theurbanvoodoomachine.com/

https://www.facebook.com/TheUrbanVoodooMachine

Album released by and available from Gypsy Hotel Records on CD and Vinyl:

http://theurbanvoodoomachine.com/shop/

Guitar Lessons Kingston Upon Thames

Guitar Lessons Kingston, Richmond, Twickenham, St Margrets, Teddington

Guitar, Bass Guitar & Songwriting lessons in the Teddington, Twickenham, Richmond London. Hampton Wick Guitar Lessons, Kingston, Teddington KT1 TW11

Guitar Lessons Kingston, Richmond, Twickenham, St Margrets, Teddington

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Guitar Lessons  Richmond & Guitar Lessons Kingston Upon Thames

Guitar Lessons Kingston Upon Thames

Guitar Lessons Kingston Upon Thames

Guitar Lessons Richmond & Guitar Lessons Kingston Upon Thames

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Bayswater Guitar Tutors And Bayswater Guitar Lessons

Bayswater Guitar Tutors And Bayswater Guitar Lessons Tuition and lessons in Bayswater, London

Here @ Guitar Lessons Bayswater our mission is to give our students the skills to enjoy expressing themselves with music for the rest of their lives.

Bayswater Guitar Tutors And Bayswater Guitar Lessons

Bayswater Guitar Tutors And Bayswater Guitar Lessons

Private Lessons make learning the guitar fun without the frustration of books and self-help tutorials. Our music teachers have university training in all styles of guitar.

Bayswater Guitar Lessons

Bayswater Guitar Lessons

We teach students from beginners to very advanced and we’re conveniently located in Central London. Guitar Lessons London lessons are taught using a traditional method that incorporates note reading in some capacity because we feel it is important for our students to be equipped with those basic fundamentals.

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Great 2016 Albums You May Have Missed – PART 2

LONDON GUITAR ACADEMY Great 2016 Albums You May Have Missed – PART 2

With 2016 coming to a close LGA reviewer, Paul Wood, casts his eyes (and ears) over his albums of 2016. These are albums which are probably not going to appear on the “popular” mainstream music journals’ list of albums of the year, but which we certainly think are worthy of your attention.

LONDON GUITAR ACADEMY GREAT 2016 ALBUMS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED! – PART 2

LONDON GUITAR ACADEMY
GREAT 2016 ALBUMS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED! – PART 2

Second off the blocks is the debut album “Inner Voices” from the Leeds based garage/psych/powerpop band The See No Evils.  Released early in 2016 on vinyl, CD and digital download, “Inner Voices” is a 12 song series of mini-assaults of snarling garage/psych/powerpop rock that comes across like the Barracudas in their garage era prime.

The band comprises:

Ian Burton – vocals

Paul Jackson – guitar

Owen Findlay – bass

David Pace – drums

All songs are set in the classic 2 – 3 minute format with only Ladi Dadi Do stretching out to 3 minutes 50.

GREAT 2016 ALBUMS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED! – PART 2

GREAT 2016 ALBUMS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED! – PART 2

Here’s a link to the Youtube video uploaded by the band for their opening classic “Secrets In Me”

Lead singer Ian Burton has the classic 60s garage snarl/whine, Owen Findlay and David Pace lay down the underlying simple but effective bass and drum patterns while guitarist Paul Jackson splatters his garage/psych guitar over the top.

It’s fair to say that any one of the album tracks could be slotted into the classic Lenny Kaye compiled “Nuggets” album and not feel out of place. If your tastes include garage (or the rougher edges of powerpop) then this album’s tailor made for you!

Here’s a link to the Youtube video uploaded by the band for another album track, “Hanging Around” which demonstrates the band’s approach in full flow:

It’s well worth catching the band live if you can. I saw them in September when they were brought to Birmingham for the “Mez Presents” live band nights at the Red Lion in Shirley.  Bands booked under the “Mez Presents” (formerly Deep Joy) banner are always well worth attending and this was no exception – the band put on a great show.

Track listing

 

More details

For more details of the band and upcoming dates etc see:

https://www.facebook.com/theseenoevils/?fref=ts

Album released by and available from Heavy Soul Records:

http://www.heavy-soul-records.shopbuilderpro.com/store/index.php?page=the-see-no-evils

London Guitar Academy

The London Guitar Academy is London’s only dedicated Rock Pop and Blues guitar school specialising in one to one guitar tuition in either electric or acoustic guitar.

Each lesson is tailored to suit each students individual taste and ability; offering a fresh and innovative approach to learning the guitar.

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