Helpless Dancer

The Endless Note

2010 Top 30 New and Old #8

This time it was a campfire performance from the BBC coverage of Glastonbury 2010 which motivated me into buying the album “Catching A Tiger” by the brilliant Lissie.

I just love the drummer/bass player.

To buy the music of Lissie click HERE

For an earlier post on Lissie click HERE

James Grant is one of my artists of the year, though as he didn’t release any material this year I have decided to bring you one of my favourites from his time with Love and Money”

Dogs in the Traffic is considered by many to be Love and Money’s greatest achievement and was included in the All Time Top 100 Scottish Pop and Rock albums in The Scotsman newspaper (at number 30).

The album reflected James Grant’s growing maturity as a writer and the stripped-down arrangements allowed greater emphasis on his lyrics and melodies. The band gave a pre-release playthrough of the album at City Halls in Candleriggs, Glasgow which included an encore featuring Tom Waits’ Clap Hands and Bob Dylan’s You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere.

To buy the music of Love and Money click HERE

For a similar post click HERE

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December 23, 2010 - Posted by | Blast from The Past, New Releases, Video | , ,

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