March 2011

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Laura Marling revisits her own records: “It was a magical happening”

From the 2008 debut to 2020's acclaimed Song For Our Daughter

Jarvis Cocker: “There’s not a lockdown on the human imagination”

The bard of Sheffield looks back over a strange old year

Paul McCartney says he still consults John Lennon when writing songs

"I think, 'OK, what would he think of this? What would he say now?’"

16 tracks of the wildest New Orleans soul and R’n’B, featuring Dr John, Allen Toussaint, Fats Domino, Bobby Charles, Professor Longhair and more

I was rummaging on YouTube looking for something else when I came across some footage of Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder at an Iraq Veterans Against The War concert. Eddie in the clip ends up playing a song the audience may think he’s actually written, perhaps for the event he’s appearing at, but actually hasn’t. My guess is, though, that even if he’d introduced it as a version of a 1964 protest song by Phil Ochs called

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