...the last of the great Mississippi delta bluesmen. Sad news that one of teh last links to the pre-war blues age has died aged 96.
...The Ravish Sitar. Bill Ruppert has another video where he gets non-guitar sounds out of his guitar and some effects pedals. The sitar.
...we can't even laugh up at the Woolwich scum's troubles. While the ARSEnal were being dicked 8-2 Spurs are still looking up the league table at them.
This week in music history - August 25th to August 31st - with who was born and who died.
...met with indifference. With the first leg score pretty much setting the scene for a nothing game for the return leg at The Lane, it didn't disappoint.
...Leiber and Ashford. Two of the great songwriters of the pop & rock era, Jerry Leiber and Nickolas Ashford died earlier this week.
...this series thumping. Has there ever been a team to come to these shores and be on the end of such a shellacking in a test match series?
...we are bottom of the league. Not a particularly good start to the premier League campaign by Spurs a three nil defeat at ManUre.
This week in music history - August 18th to August 26th - with who was born and who died.
... of jam. Yes it was just Hearts and Spurs should stuff the third best side in Jockland but it was a decent start to the season and the Europa Cup.
...Leeds, Coventry, Wolves, West Ham...and of course Spurs as Robbie Keane's boyhood club. He said he always wanted to play in the MLS, was it a joke?
...post here. But as Ian Gillan famously sang on a certain song 'But some stupid with a flare gun burned the place to the ground.'.
...disguise? England yet again stuff India, this time by an innings and plenty, to take over from the visitors as the number one ranked team in the world.
This week in music history - August 11th to August 17th - with who was born and who died.
...R.I.P. Marshall Grant. The last surviving member of Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two, bass player Marshall Grant has died aged 83.