Posts filed under: Original Songs

Well not exactly, it’s NOT really goodbye I’m afraid, even though I am sure that there are some  who might be glad to see the back of moi! I am actually only off for a six week adventure to the...
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Following on from her recent controversial three snake videos posted on social media, Taylor Swift is shortly to to reward her fans with a new album. Ahead of the album she has today released an interesting single “Look What You...
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I really cannot believe or even “imagine” it. Apparently, a plan for students at a Grammar School in Karachi have had to abandon their plans to sing John Lennon’s classic peace song “Imagine” at their school concert. Complaints have been...
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….. stroll down memory lane. That was the conclusion that I came to following my visit to the David Lean “arts” Theatre here in sunny Croydon this evening to see this 1967 “Summer Of Love” movie which was banned in...
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  Now, some exciting news which is not about original songs this time (unless you want it to be of course!) – For the first time ever this year’s Mayor of Croydon Civic Awards has a category just for Don’t Mess With Croydon:...
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Sheeran  that is not Miliband erstwhile Labour Party leader 0r Grundy (amiable simpleton of Archers fame) who after such a meteoric rise to stardom is now one of the most steamed musicians on the digital music service. At the age...
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Six years today since Amy left us! I hardly seems possible, but it’s true and I can hardly say more than to echo Lady Gaga’s tribute on social media today:- “We all miss you and your voice, Amy. Good time...
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The Gods were certainly smiling today (sunshine throughout) for the now established Croydon Pride Festival in Queens Gardens, where the vibes were full of good will, humour and of course excellent music and lots of dancing. It was truly an...
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Well, I have just returned from the Croydon Grants Vue cinema where I saw “Saving Dreams” one of the most thought provoking movies that I have seen in quite a while. Written and directed by Isioro T. Jaboro, a “taster”...
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Here is a rare picture showing a significant section of Patricia Bancroft’s 1995/1996 mural which believed to still remain in JJ’s former office at Farrer’s Place. This was the very room where the first original song collaboration betwixt Croydon songwriters...
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