A must for Deep Puple fans, this set draws together demos and rare tracks from the first three albums released by 70’s super group, The Ian Gillan Band.
Jazz guitar supremo Mike Walker’s second solo album, 'Ropes' is a warm and embracing chamber work that tugs rather than pulls the listener into sinewy embrace.
Hiroshima, Japan: His old band Deep Purple had played there two years previously, Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow the previous one - now it was Ian Gillan’s turn.
Phil Jones talks about Shiva of Quintessence and a musical journey around the world ...
Previously-unreleased recordings from the 1970s and ‘80s by US bands fronted by former Quintessence singer Phil ‘Shiva’ Jones, this new release from Kala is truly a trip from East to West.
When it comes to credentials, everything about this welcome reconfiguration of Tony Stevens Slow Ride’s 2005 debut ‘Back To The Fog’’ bears the authoritative stamp of top notch power blues-rock.
Singsong Music’s Marvin Ayres is one of a number of musicians contributing to Mat Sargent (Sham 69, Chelsea and Splodgenessabounds)’s epic ‘Sex Drugs and HIV, The Studio Sessions’ series, premiered on London Live TV this Wednesday (June 16th 2021) at 10.30pm.
Reissued this June (2021) ‘The Rockfield Mixes … Plus’ is, in essence, the original mix of the second - and most acclaimed Ian Gillan Band album: 'Clear Air Turbulence’.
Welcome to Singsong ‘Home Movies’: a selection of music available for licensing to physical formats, synchronising to other media, and of course listening to at home, work and on the move.
Ethereal strings, electronic treatments and meditative piano figures drift across 'Eccentric Deliquescence''s haunted soundscapes, producing another striking addition to Ayres's impressive catalogue.