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The Amy Winehouse NFT

Bidding For a Non-Fungible Winehouse  With cover star status in the July 2021 edition of MOJO, Amy Winehouse lives on. There is also now an

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Stevie and the Summer of Soul

When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised Stevie Wonder is just one big name captured in the July 2021 documentary, Summer of Soul. January 28th,

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Andy Partridge’s Favourite Songs

The Partridge Playlist Archive Talking about his Monkees fandom online,  Andy Partridge (pictured here in Rolling Stone) explains the XTC connection with at least one

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Meet The Upstarts

 THE BOB & ROB SHOW Australia first got to know about Rob Grosser in 1979 when he joined a couple of fellow Adelaide musicians, guitarist

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Collecting Go-Set

Collecting Go-Set Go-Set, Australia’s biggest music magazine of the Sixties and Seventies, was mostly left behind in recycling bins and in skips, as its young

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Madness Concert, Book, Series

Madness Get Up!  Fresh from lifting pantry items (instead of lifting weights) during London’s long COVID-19 winter – Suggs has a new Madness music quiz

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The Smiths Playlist

Stop Me If You Think You’ve Heard This One Before was released on 28th September 1987 as a song on the final album from The Smiths, Strangeways Here We Come. Released after the band had broken up, it reached 2 in the British album chart.

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Max Merritt’s Final Dream

Merritt and the Meteors Go-Set Archives, August 1968: Main image of Wendy Saddington/Max Merritt  He might have been born in Christchurch, New Zealander 80 years

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