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  • Killing the vibe

    8 Nov 2005 - by Peter John Meiklem - Big Issue Scotland [ news ]

    By the time the guitars have stopped feeding back, the band are already packing up their gear, wrapping electric cables around their forearms and dismantling the drum kit at the back of the stage.

  • Graeme Scott Quartet, Tron Theatre, Glasgow

    8 Nov 2005 - ROB ADAMS - Herald [ review ]

    On a day when a Sunday broadsheet was "bigging up" the Scottish jazz scene – Scotland has more permanent jazz clubs than London, apparently; this'll be why the story ran on the news pages – Graeme Scott's appearance at the Tron's regular Sunday jazz sessions was timely.

  • Graeme Scott Quartet, Tron Theatre, Glasgow

    8 Nov 2005 - ROB ADAMS - Herald [ review ]

    On a day when a Sunday broadsheet was "bigging up" the Scottish jazz scene – Scotland has more permanent jazz clubs than London, apparently; this'll be why the story ran on the news pages – Graeme Scott's appearance at the Tron's regular Sunday jazz sessions was timely.

  • A decade on, the great man of music lives

    7 Nov 2005 - MICHAEL TUMELTY - Herald [ news ]

    As the 10th anniversary of the death of Sir Alexander Gibson approaches, scribes, pundits, and music lovers across Scotland will inevitably cast their minds back on the achievements of the most important musician this country has ever produced.

  • KT Tunstall, Barrowland, Glasgow

    7 Nov 2005 - AMY PARKER - Herald [ review ]

    When asked whether Narcissus would live a long life, the oracle Tiresias replied: "If he never knows himself.

  • Scotland's oldest working theatre set for demolition

    7 Nov 2005 - Gerard Seenan - Guardian [ news ]

    Scotland's oldest working theatre faces demolition after the trust that runs it submitted plans to build a new theatre complex, including a restaurant and studio.

  • Going for a song - the 78s capturing opera's golden age

    6 Nov 2005 - John Windsor - Observer [ feature ]

    There was a crackle and a hiss and collector Bill Breslin's recording of the high-pitched voice of Alessandro Moreschi - the only recorded castrato - filled the room.

  • Love is a stranger

    6 Nov 2005 - Scotsman [ feature ]

    THE fear starts as soon as she is told she has to go on stage.

  • Texas

    5 Nov 2005 - Bernadette McNulty - Daily Telegraph [ review ]

    Chris Evans was the king of Radio 1 back in 1997 when he gave Texas their leg-up into the big time by championing the blue-eyed soul of Say What You Want.

  • John Martyn, Bless the Weather

    4 Nov 2005 - Dorian Lynskey - Guardian [ review ]

    Here's an album to mark the clocks going back if ever there was one.

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