News: Albums of the Month (July 2019 – September 2019)

January-March 2019

April-June 2019

DANNY BEARDSLEY - Blood From A Stone

DANNY BEARDSLEY Blood From A Stone www.dannybeardsley.com
[Release date 20.09.19]

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in to your ageing album collection – frustrated that much new stuff merely recycles the old and not as convincingly – along comes an album to defy jaundiced expectation.

**** (David Randall)


PHIL LANZON - 48 Seconds

PHIL LANZON 48 Seconds Phil Lanzon Ditties/Cargo Records UK
[Release date 02.08.19]

Phil Lanzon has come up trumps again, no mean feat considering the quality of last year’s album and he shows no sign of lacking musical ideas or memorable tunes.

**** (Jason Ritchie)


STATUS QUO – Backbone


STATUS QUO Backbone earMusic [Release date 06.09.19]

The latest version of Quo may be a bit like Trigger’s Broom, however they have swept away the cobwebs and have produced an album worthy of the legacy and undoubtedly the best album the band have produced in many years.

**** (Dave Wilson)


BERLIN - Transcendance

BERLIN Transcendance Cleopatra Records [Release date 16.08.19]

Frankly, Berlin long players weren’t even close to being this consistent in the Eighties, and Nunn has never sounded better.  Who’d have seen this coming?  Finally, the ghost of ‘Take Your Breath Away’ is laid to rest. 

***** (Pete Whalley)


Diana Rein - Queen Of My Castle


DIANA REIN Queen Of My Castle Gulf Coast Records [Release date 21.06.19]

Diana Rein’s third album, ‘Queen Of My Castle’ is easily her best album so far… She fills a broad blues-rock format with plenty of passionate singing, thoughtful lyrics and imaginative guitar work.

**** (Pete Feenstra)


IAMTHEMORNING - The Bell

IAMTHEMORNING The Bell KScope [Release date 02.08.19]

The whole album is a complex and eclectic mix of classical, progressive and folk music underpinned with inspired musicianship and a contemplative libretto.

***** (Alan Jones)


THE NEW ROSES - Nothing But Wild

THE NEW ROSES Nothing But Wild Napalm Records [Release date 02.08.19]

…from the start this is from the heart, honest country/southern tinged rock n roll. The song writing throughout the album is consistently strong, there are harmonies and melodies aplenty and influences such as Aerosmith and Bon Jovi blend nicely with the southern hard rock feel.

***** (Nikk Gunns)


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April-June 2019


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Pete Feenstra celebrated his 300th show in October 2019. Pete heads up a five-hour blues rock marathon when “Tuesday is Bluesday” from 19:00 GMT. Listen out also for his interview-based Feature show on Sundays (20:00 GMT)

Power Plays w/c 11 November (Mon-Fri)

MILES NIELSEN AND THE RUSTED HEARTS Hands Up (indie)
THE FARGO RAILROAD COMPANY Something In The Water (indie)
THE DARK ELEMENT If I Had A Heart (Frontiers)
LIBERTY LIES A Thousand People (indie)
DIRTY SHIRLEY Here Comes The King (Frontiers)
CARRY THE CROWN Runaway (indie)

Featured Albums w/c 11 November (Mon-Fri)

09:00-12:00 WORK OF ART Exhibits (Frontiers)
12:00-13:00 SIGN X Like A Fire (Pride & Joy Music)
14:00-16:00 JACK BROADBENT Moonshine Blue (Creature Records)

Albums That Time Forgot (Mon-Fri)

MAGNUM Sleepwalking (1992)



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