Tag Archives: Singer/songwriter

Bobb Trimble’s Lost Album Finally Sees The Light

Bobb Trimble was for years a name that has been surrounding me whenever I was talking about psych rock in strange geeky forums. Seems like everyone treated Bobb as best kept secret. It took me a while to get to … Continue reading

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No One’s Lonley, with Marty Willson Piper’s Night Jar

If you’ve been following this blog, you already know how much I love The Church, aka – the band that never released a bad album (well, Gold Afternoon Fix wasn’t as good as the others but it has its moments). … Continue reading

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Alexander Tucker Will Take Over The World, I Know It

There is always some kind of mystery in Alexander Tucker‘s music. Like a gloomy undertow that flows under the songs, with a passionate desire to reach a safe shore. However, he turns his back on the singer-songwriter melancholia in the … Continue reading

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