Yann Pierre
Interview
– Firstly, could you introduce yourself a little, for the unlucky ones who don’t know you yet? – Well I am Yann Pierre, guitarist, songster. In this order because I began with the guitar. And songster because I’m no real singer. I sing because I write songs, otherwise I wouldn’t. – Which means
Puts Marie
Catching Bad Temper
I’m going to kill the suspense straightaway. You don’t reach here the stratospheric level of the previous album . For tons of reasons that I’m going to work on detailing you. Nevertheless, it’s highly worthwhile taking an interest in it. For tons of reasons that I’m going to work on detailing
Tamino
Interview
– Hello Tamino. Do you think that, for once, we could do an interview without evoking Jeff Buckley? – Oh!?... I don't know. Maybe. – It's your choice. Shall we speak of him or shall we not? – If it’s my choice I prefer to speak of my music and not of other artists. – Because I think people speak
James
Living in Extraordinary Times
The world doesn’t know it yet, but James may have just produced the best album of their career. A yet long career because started in 1982, with some success in the UK and peaks like Laid , Whiplash or Pleased to Meet You . For I’ve been instantly gripped by this new album. From the first listen,
Gunwood
Traveling Soul
Don’t hide these guys any longer! A very good album from the first listening, and from A to Z. There’s some heat and some soul inside, it’s rather astounding. What’s there, pell-mell? A small consonance with "My Lady d'Arbanville" for " Tales ". With extra banjo and vocal harmonies. Lalalalalala