❉ “Without the tag of The Dave Clark Five stuck to it, this could have been much more the sixties cult curiosity than it is sold to us as now”.
❉ Universal’s twisted tales starring Lon Chaney Jr. are an interesting slice of movie history, writes Paul Abbott.
❉ This 3-CD retrospective maps out ‘King Solomon’s rise and fall of success with Atlantic.
❉ Neil Innes’ 1973 solo debut is a treasure trove of melody, comedy and pathos.
❉ Paul Abbott takes a trip through ‘The British Proto-Psychedelic Sounds Of 1966’.
❉ Paul Abbott reviews Nette and McIntyre’s excellent companion to Girl Gangs, Biker Boys And Real Cool Cats.
❉ Tim Worthington takes us through Radio 3’s comedy output, notable for its quality rather than quantity.
❉ This movie gives you a life story of a man gifted, or cursed, with the compulsion to create.
❉ Paul Abbott revisits the gentleman detective, best known for Peter Davison’s TV portrayal.
❉ Gaye’s “Lost” album would have been the perfect ‘part two’ to What’s Going On, writes Paul Abbott.