mon 17/01/2022

Tim Cumming

Articles By Tim Cumming

CD: The Who - WHO

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Is this Jimi Hendrix’s greatest posthumous release? Producer Eddie Kramer talks about a legendary live album

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CD: Ronnie Wood - Mad Lad

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Jambinai, Purcell Room - launching K-Music Festival with a wall of sound

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Richard Thompson 70th Birthday Celebration, Royal Albert Hall review - not just a family affair

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Minimalism Changed My Life: Tones, Drones and Arpeggios, QEH review - from Cage and Reich to 'Tubular Bells'

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CD: Tonbruket - Masters of Fog

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Michael Rother, Jazz Cafe review - classic Krautrock from the Neu! and Harmonia legend

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Josienne Clarke, Green Note review - world-class melancholia hits its mark

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CD - The Lost Words: Spell Songs

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CD: Willie Nelson – Ride Me Back Home

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Bob Dylan Special - theartsdesk Q&A: Scarlet Rivera

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Bob Dylan Special - Rolling Thunder Revue, Netflix

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The Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices with Lisa Gerrard, Queen Elizabeth Hall review - voices from another world

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CD: Peter Perrett - Humanworld

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CD: Soundwalk Collective with Patti Smith - The Peyote Dance

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