Glaswegian bluesman Stevie Nimmo (of the Nimmo Brothers) could not have wished for a finer assembly of musicians and producer accompany him on this his solo debut.
With fourteen songs and over an hour of music the listener is well served as he polishes off ten self-penned songs to go with the four well selected covers. Coming into his own as a front man, after… Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on September 4, 2010 at 18:00 —
When it comes to possessing a distinctive music style plus a unique vocal style then Steve Selvidge has a great deal to offer and with him combining songs from his own pen with selective covers (Tom T Hall, Tim Hardin, Donovan, Townes Van Zandt etc) he is not to be ignored. A creative genius he is a shrewd intelligent act who masterfully weaves a finely spun tapestry of… Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on August 9, 2010 at 7:00 —
Former Waybacks leader and founder member, Stevie Coyle for his solo debut has come up with a unique and ambitious project, and it works. Ten In One is a collection of songs and accompanying intros that take the listener on journey through time, a time when carnivals, side shows, roustabouts and trains were a way of life for a great many. His ability to conjure, spare stark imagery aided by fine… Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on January 22, 2010 at 9:30 —
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