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ALBUM REVIEW: SOULFIRE – LITTLE STEVEN   Last year at his O2 Indigo show in London, Little Steven announced that he was going to be back in 2017 with a new album and another European tour. The only UK date that’s been squeezed into his schedule was Manchester but the promised new album is now […]

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, […]

Quireboys album review  St Cecilia and the Gypsy Soul LGA album reviewer, Paul Wood, lends an ears to the latest offering  by The Quireboys – a four CD album set entitled “St Cecilia and the Gypsy Soul”. “St Cecilia” is the third album released by The Quireboys over the last three years, following on from […]

ALBUM REVIEW:  MIRIAM – NOBODY’S BABY Miriam (Linna) has released her long overdue (but somewhat unexpected) debut album – Nobody’s Baby – on Norton Records. If Miriam’s name is familiar but not immediately recognisable, it’s because she’s got a long history of association with top class music, both old and new. Miriam worked for Red […]

LONDON GUITAR ACADEMY NEW ALBUM REVIEW: OUR FRIEND PAUL WOOD SHINES SOME GOLDEN LIGHT ONT THE  NEW ALBUM FROM THE STONE FOUNDATION – TO FIND THE SPIRIT “To Find The Spirit” is the recently released album from the Midland’s based, seven piece band, Stone Foundation Check out the band’s official website: The album has been […]

NEW ALBUM REVIEW: Guitar Lessons London NEW ALBUM REVIEW: London Guitar Academy‘s Paul Wood continues his brilliant series of  album reviews. This time up it’s the DUM DUM GIRLS – TOO TRUE “Too True” is the recently released third album from U.S. band the “Dum Dum Girls”. Although live the Dum Dum Girls are a full 4 piece band, they are primarily […]

Guitar Lessons London NEW ALBUM REVIEW: London Guitar Academy‘sPaul Wood sprinkles some gold dust in his album review of the THE GET GO – TYPICALLY ENGLISH A three piece band based in South East London, The Get-Go have a blues rock sound which is a throwback to the British blues and rock scene of the 60s and 70s. With influences clearly […]

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN – HIGH HOPES –  Guitar Lessons London – London Guitar Academy – NEW ALBUM REVIEW: Guitar Lessons London‘s friend Paul Graham Wood is back with an excellent review of SPRINGSTEEN’S new album…… NEW ALBUM REVIEW: BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN – HIGH HOPES The Boss takes a rather unusual path with his latest album “High Hopes”. The album is […]