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Let’s Have A Party

Following in the kitten-heeled footsteps of Girls Gone Rockin’, Fantastic Voyage is proud to reveal its star-studded twinset comprising seventy-five sparkling tracks that fly the flag for female Rock’n’Roll.   Like its predecessor, Let’s Have A Party offers solid gold hits … Continue reading

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Feel Like Rockin’

Having loaded up the station wagon and filled the gas tank, Lucky Parker and Fantastic Voyage are all set to bring you an exciting new series of regional Rock’n’Roll, a musical travelogue charting some of the finest rockin’ recordings from … Continue reading

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New Year’s resolution? Vive la différence!

While some  virtuous souls are pounding the post-Christmas cross-trainer with the kind of zeal previously accorded to lifting the lid on the Cadbury’s Roses,  in a chi-chi corner of NW3 I’m being plied with gourmet salt butter caramel sauce and … Continue reading

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Instroville meets Coolsville!

Just as Doo Wop and the Girl Group sound made their contribution to the story of Rock’n’Roll’s, so too did the Pop Instrumental, bringing with it a new dimension and diversity to the charts.  From the mid-1950s until the British … Continue reading

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Girls Gone Rockin’

If one were to go by the charts alone, it would be easy to figure that red-blooded Rock’n’Roll, and its kissin’ cousins R’n’B and Rockabilly, was solely a male preserve.  And to a degree that was the case but as … Continue reading

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A beautiful find

Three episodes into Season 4 of MadMen, I’ve lately been reminded of the stellar contribution David Carbonara’s music has made to this series.  As sublime to listen to as MadMen has been to watch, I was compelled to buy the … Continue reading

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Cutting to the chase with Annie Marie

Like her mother before her, the last decade has seen American beauty Annie Marie Dolan emerge from the shadows to forge an exciting solo recording career that is blossoming in Europe and earning her rave reviews in the music press.  … Continue reading

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