Tag Archives: Colin Blunstone

The Two Sides Of The PaperCut

2009 was a year of great misses. Same as the year before that. Just when I thought I managed to capture every interesting album that was released, by following blogs, reading The Wire, hearing friends’ recommendations and all the other … Continue reading

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The Fourth Side – Colin Blunstone’s masterpiece

When Colin Blunstone had left the Zombies he didn’t want to have anything with music any more. He gave up on his Rock’n’Roll ambitions and went to live organized normal life – even though he was already quite famous. Who … Continue reading

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Crusin’ With Sassi and the Mets – Mixtape

Yea baby, it’s time for a new mixtape. And this time, how surprising, a good one. As usual, you can stream it or just right-click-download it. 1. Blind Roosevelt Graves And Brother – I’ll Be Rested 2. Jefferson Airplane – … Continue reading

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