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Music Review: The Searchers – The Very Best Of The Searchers

The Searchers created some of the best pop of the British Invasion era. Read More »

Music Review: The Zombies – Breathe Out, Breathe In

The Zombies return with an album containing new Zombies classics that stand alongside past hits. Read More »

Pat Boone Ruled The Music World 50 Years Ago This Week

Moody River was Pat Boone's final number one hit. Read More »

DVD Review: Hold On! (1966)

A corny excuse to showcase the benign boy band sounds of Herman's Hermits. Read More »

Music Review: Lee MacDougall – If Walls Could Talk

Lee MacDougall continues the British Invasion of acoustic artists... Read More »

An Interview with Peter Asher

From pop star to record producer, Peter Asher's legendary career has spanned five decades. Read More »

Music Review: The 88 — The 88

It's back to pure pop basics for this LA-based indie quartet, with their infectiously melodic new album. Read More »

Music Review: Bettye LaVette – Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook

Let's hope planning is under way for a second volume of what LaVette has started here... Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Kinks – You Really Got Me: The Story Of The Kinks

The Kinks at their best and not-so best. Read More »

Eric Clapton And Jeff Beck: The Death of a Musical Revolution

A dirge, without music, for the last of the piss and spit, rock and roll rivalries. Read More »