Gorrillaz- Song Machine, Season 1: Strange Timez

I have been a fan of Gorrillaz for a few years and I got this album Christmas 2020 the year it was released. Song Machine, Season 1: Strange Timez is their seventh album.

Song machine: Strange Timez

You can listen to my review here or via the YouTube video linked below

Gorrillaz – Song Machine: Strange Timez

Nirvana – Unplugged in New York

Nirvana– Unplugged in New York (MTV) was the second vinyl I had ever bought (The first was Pink Floyd – The Wall) to add to my vinyl collection.

Unplugged in New York

This is an album that I really enjoy listening to and you can listen to my review here or watch via YouTube below.

Kate Bush – The Kick Inside

For a number or years I have loved Kate Bush’s music……..long before Stranger Things which I haven’t watched!

And with my live for her music, I recently purchased The Kick Inside on vinyl at a local Vinyl & CD sale and I am reviewing it today.

Kate Bush
The Kick Inside
Kate Bush – The Kick Inside

You can listen to my review here or via the video linked below.

Big Country – The Crossing

My dad has been a big fan of Big Coutry from a young age and thanks to him, he introduced them to me from an even younger age!

Big Country
The Crossing

Recently I bought with the last of my birthday voucher for Tower Records the Deluxe edition of the Big Country album The Crossing on vinyl which I’m reviewing today.

The star rating is a first for me for an album review and I would highly recommend you get this album!

Have a listen to my review here or via the video below

Big Country Album Review

Dire Straits – Money for Nothing

Todays album review is of Dire Straits – Money for Nothing.

Dire Staits formed in 1977 – 1988 and reunited again in 1990 – 1995.

Money for Nothing is a greatest hits album and was released in October 1998.

You can listen to my review here I’m sure you’ll know a lot of the songs on it!

Money for Nothing

Paul McCartney – Give my regards to Broadstreet

For today’s album review I don’t think there is any introduction needed as to who the singer is, Paul McCartney and his album Give my regards to Broadstreet.

You can listen back on my thoughts of the album here

Chris de Burgh – The Getaway

Recently I went to a local car-boot sale and went on the hunt for some vinyl while I was there one of the albums I picked up was this Chris de Burgh album, The Getaway.

As you can see from the images, the cover is not in the best condition but the vinyl inside is perfect.

I knew some of the songs on the album through my mam, as she had grown up listening to Chris de Burgh with her older brothers, so it was great to listen to the album on vinyl like she did!

You can listen to my review of the album here

Tom Waits – Closing Time

Tom Waits – Closing Time

This album is made up of 12 tracks was released in 1973 by Asylum Records (Elektra/Asylum/Nonesuch Records)

For some Tom Waits can be “Marmite” but I am hoping after my review of this album that you will give it a listen and judge for yourself. 

Tom Waits is an American musician with a career spanning 5 decades. To date Tom Waits has released 17 studio albums, 3 live albums, 7 compilation albums, 23 singles, 2 soundtracks and 1 box set!  His debut single was “Ol’ ‘55” which was released in 1973 and was the lead single for the album I am reviewing today, Closing Time .  

You can listen listen to my review via your podcast provider here or via the YouTube video linked below.