For all musicians out there a tune with a peedie story from musician and Orkney News reader the very talented Fiona Driver
Before we were confined to barracks one of the simple pleasures was visiting the ZeroWaste Yard in Stromness and having a good rummage.
“Gene’s comb was sticking out of the back pocket of his jeans, and one of Reene’s friends dared her to go and get it.”
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“I’ve been listening to him a lot recently, as a balance to a drift towards ‘down’ thoughts, and one song I’ve listened to over and over, is ‘Pencil Full Of Lead’.”
“I think I echo the sentiments of all music lovers in the Highlands and Islands when I say I don’t care where The Ironworks moves to. As long as it’s here and it’s happening.”
the Blues AGM will take place in the Function Room at the Royal Hotel, Stromness on Thursday 20th of February at 7:30pm.
“It sounded interesting – in fact, got me wanting to hear more, which is a good sign – so I moved on, grooved on, to the CD.”
The CD contains a variety of styles, from extensively produced tracks such as the title track Blame It on the Thunderbird to the stripped back live acoustic Keep Rollin’ Right
The next Classic Album Sundays is happening this Sunday, 9th of February, at The Sound Archive at 4pm