Category Archives: rock n roll

SONG OF THE DAY The Mystery Lights – Thick Skin

One of the highlights to last years gig diary was catching The Mystery Lights in the UK.  To make it even better,  I got to seem them in a perfectly modest-sized venue, intimate enough to get close and personal to … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY C.W Stoneking – Bad Luck Everywhere You Go

They don’t come much more unique than C.W Stoneking! Fronting a five-piece outfit, the Australian-born self-taught musician fell in love with the blues when he was in his teens! Drawing influences from pre-war blues, gospel blues, Chicago blues, jazz, 1920’s … Continue reading

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SONG (S) FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS!

Well, holiday time has come round again and I’m taking a week off so, as I always like to do, I have left a little selection of songs to keep you going until my return! …I’m already looking forward to … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Original Starfires – Camel Walk

When it all gets too much and the troubles of the day mount up and smother you silly, what do you need? I’ll tell you what you need…a nice sleazy instrumental track that will make you wanna strut your worries … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Michael Rault – New Day Tonight

Edmonton-born and now Montreal-based singer-songwriter and producer, Michael Rault has opened shows for King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard as well as Daptone legend Charles Bradley and tomorrow will be releasing his new album courtesy of Daptone’s subsidiary Wick Records. It’s A New Day … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Buttertones – Midnight in a Moonless Dream

LA’s cinematic retro-rockers The Buttertones are a force to be reckoned with!  Their furious relentless energy is a defining feature and if you just so happen to find yourself drawn into their powerful magnetic orbit, you’d better hold on tight … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Black Lips & The Khan Family – 52 Drops

King Khan is definitely no stranger to the LP Blog and for his latest release The Khan family have got together with the Black Lips to record a 4-track EP entitled, Play Safe. In late 2017 whilst on tour The Black Lips came … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY King Khan & The Shrines – 69 Faces Of Love

Cosmic love puppies, I needed some King Khan today!  King Khan and his 69 Faces of Love, it’s like a restorative magic potion that banishes all the chaos from my head….. Canadian born and now Berlin-based, Arish Ahmad Khan, aka King … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Jack White – Respect Commander

This is the third time I have revisited this track and I’m still sitting here a little shell-shocked three listens in!  The contrast of chaos and calm is intriguing and this song keeps you guessing right from the start!  Even … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Al duncan – Cossack walk

US blues and R&B drummer, Al Duncan released this swanky little surf instrumental in 1962! Brimming with sparkly piano and warm, ritzy percussion, Cossack Walk is smooth, steady and all about the laid-back beats…and a perfect match for its b-side, Bawana Jinde.   Sit back … Continue reading

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