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Life at 33⅓: Ooh la la

Ronnie Lane & the Band “Slim Chance” - Anymore For Anymore (GM) Ronnie Lane is the only artist in the world that I love unconditionally....

Life at 33⅓: Not quite all right now

Free: Fire And Water (Island) The album that made Free rock’n’roll stars, and it is solely thanks to the single “All Right Now” which held...

Life at 33⅓: The white boy with the black voice

Spencer Davis Group: Their First LP (Fontana) It took a while before Spencer Davis Group (file under S) turned into pop stars.  They were discovered...

Life at 33⅓: A horn of plenty

The Bee Gees: Bee Gees’ 1st (Polydor) A lonely, fragile, haunting little ballad “New York Mining Disaster 1941” came floating across the airwaves in April...

Life at 33⅓: What made the Stones start rolling

Bo Diddley: Go Bo Diddley (Checker) The production is the most obvious difference between The Beatles and The Rolling Stones’ earliest recordings.  The Beatles and...

Life at 33⅓: Walking the dark paths of life

Roy Orbison: In Dreams (Monument) A black-clad enigma, “The Big O”, almost sinister behind his dark sunglasses.  But when Roy Orbison started singing, the angels...

Life at 33⅓: Postcards of doom

Al Stewart: Year Of The Cat (RCA) 1975, the year of the cat, the year when the Vietnam War ended. One’s first encounter with the album...

Life at 33⅓: From nowhere and back

The Troggs: From Nowhere – The Troggs (Fontana) Why did it have to be troggs? (Quote from one of the World of Warcraft-dungeons.) Troggs’ ‘“Wild Thing”...

Life at 33⅓: Hey! Hey! They were good!

The Monkees: Headquarters (Colgems/RCA) This album meant a lot to The Monkees because for once they had gained artistic control and could enter the studio...

Life at 33⅓: The abdication of the Lizard King

The Doors: Waiting For The Sun (Elektra) After two brilliant albums in 1967 world domination was next.  But Jim Morrison blew it.  Got himself into...

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