The artiste formerly known as nothing. Prince by name and prince by nature. One of the few artistes to give their all in every way.

Loud, obnoxcious and with a serious attitude. But man, did they ever make people listen?

David Bowie. Earthling. The Man Who Fell To Earth. The Thin White Duke. And enless others.

Great rock band with a sexy as hell singer.

At last. A real musician

The Motor City Five.

A great live band. I caught them in Paris a few years back. Bowie on the Friday and U2 on the Saturday. What a weekend

And just when Lady GaGa had us thinking there was nowhere else to go!

The ultimate rock chick. She set the bar so high that still nobody has equalled her.
If you like reggae check out Rastaman

One of the bands I was lucky enough to see a whole bunch of times in my youth.

John Prine. The so called new Bob Dylan.

You can hear A Day In The Life if you click me.

Loudon Wainwright was definately one of my bigger influences in the early seventies.

The greatest band in the world.

The greatest band in the world.
(a few of my favourite things)


Lily Allen
David Bowie
Sheryl Crow
Bob Dylan
Dave Groll/Foo Fighters
Lady GaGa
Lennon & McCartney
Alanis Morissette
Richards & Jagger
Jim Steinman
Roger Waters
Loudon Wainwright lll
Jack White

Live Act

Bon Jovi
Linkin Park
Alanis Morissette
Rolling Stones
Jack White
Miley Cyrus


Hey Jude The Beatles
Kashmir Led Zeppelin
Purple Rain Prince

Gone but not forgotten

Prince, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, John Lennon, George Harrisson, David Bowie, Bob Marley, Elvis Presley, Tom Petty,


Amused To Death Roger Waters
Live 1966 Bob Dylan
Kick Out The Jams MC5
Never Mind the Bollocks The Sex Pistols
Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band The Beatles
Oxygene/Equinoz Jean Michel Jarre

Album of the Moment

Is This The Life We Really Want Roger Waters

Song Lyrics

"There's a hole in daddy's arm where all the money goes" from John Prine's Sam Stone which is about the Viet-Nam war veteran who was addicted to morphine as a result of the injuries he sustained in the conflict).

"Love is all there is, it makes the world go 'round", from Bob Dylan's Lay Lady Lay.

"The Kings and Queens whose acts are so obscene, as they frolic naked on somebody else's shore" from Old Laira which was my response to the Gulf War.

Instrumental break.

Purple Rain live version from Syracuse 1986 Prince
Star Spangled Banner live at Woodstock Jimi Hendrix
Louise from the album My Feet Are Smiling Leo Kottke
Since I've Been Loving you from the album Led Zeppelin lll Led Zeppelin
Mr Bojangles live at the Isle of Wight 1970 David Bromberg

Blasts from the past

Bob Marley
Jean Michel Jarre
Led Zeppelin
Michael Jackson
Pink Floyd

Bob Dylan in the sixties. It's an interesting thought of what music today would be like if there'd never been a Dylan.

Jean-Michel Jarre. The godfather of techno, trance, electronic music and more.

Jean Michel Jarre

Bob Dylan in the sixties. It's an interesting thought of what music today would be like if there'd never been a Dylan.

Who's bad. I may be a killer but at the end of the day I'm just the man in the mirror

I caught his act at the Isle of Wight Festival in '70

Sheryl Crow. A & M home page

He doesn't have to be the best axe man in the 
		world. It's more than enough that he's Keef.

Hats off to Pink Floyd but in my mind this was the man who drove them to where they are now.

Alanis Morissette. Now here's a lady I'd like to mystery dance with.

The original working class hero.

With a front man like Steve Tyler how could they be anything but wonderful?

Shirley Manson Singer extraordinair for Garbage.

The greatest live band ever.

The musicians musician.

The Boss. I remember him in the seventies saying if I ever got that big I'd never forget my fans. I'd never play stadiums.

Just love this guy.

Such a loss.