Starting Over

Ugh… the eagle-eyed among visitors (should I get any, and Google Analytics suggests I do, so thank you for coming) may have noticed that all post-2020 content has vanished. This…
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Bobbie Gentry Feature

One of this year’s most exciting reissues was the double-CD (and/or double-vinyl) presentation of Bobbie Gentry’s second album, The Delta Sweete (originally Capitol, 1968). When you see the name Andrew…
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Rosie

Rosie is #4 in my current series of glimpses at the wonderful lesser-known acts in my music library. Scroll beyond the images for the blurb… David Lasley – exceptional songwriter,…
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Cheryl Dilcher

The late Cheryl Dilcher left behind four albums, all of which have something to recommend them. Dilcher was an American singer/songwriter (from Pennsylvania) whose first album, the rather prosaically titled…
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Blinky Interview

Blinky Williams (born Sondra Williams) was and is Motown’s most unjustly overlooked star – and if there were any doubts about that, they were scotched when the terrific Blinky anthology,…
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