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Charley Anderson Plays In Cov With Some Select Friends – Coventry City FC – Coventry MAD. Coventrycity-mad.co.uk. Retrieved 24 April 2012. a b c G, Helen (20 March 2012). "Made in solidarity: The Selecter in the 21st century". The F Word . Retrieved 6 December 2016. Forty-three years after The Selecter’s seminal debut album, Too Much Pressure, which still inspires and resonates today, can their sixteenth studio album, Human Algebra, claim a similar place in people’s affections? It is undoubtedly a high bar to clear.
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She credits her hometown saying “Coventry is responsible for making me who I am, today, it gave me the opportunity to study, work & ultimately creatively find my voice with the 2-tone movement which has spearheaded the musical conversation about racism and sexism for the past 42 years.” Jools Holland & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra". 18 December 2014. Archived from the original on 18 December 2014 . Retrieved 8 July 2018.We’re very pleased to announce that Emily Capellwill be supporting us on our 40th Anniversary tour in the UK later this year. What will be more surprising to most is that they’ve been almost consistently producing music since. This is their 16 th studio album. How does one become qualified to write a fictional music novel? The author of Sophomore Songs offers some clues. Growing up reading NME, doing a stint at Clash, drumming for several bands on and off, and […]
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Diamond, Sean (18 October 2013). "PIL & The Selecter: Liverpool – live review". Louder Than War . Retrieved 11 December 2016.Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band Add 22 European Stadium Shows to 2024 World Tour. Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band delivered “The Greatest Show on Earth” (Billboard) across Europe this past summer, […] To support independent record shops The Selecter are taking part in this year’s official UK Record Store Day with a special release of THE SELECTER – LIVE IN COVENTRY ’79 on Clear Vinyl in Drop 2 on 17 July There were about 30 people on the coach,” she says, “and I always used to sit up the front of the bus. And there’s a photo of me, and I’m reading Alien. And it fits the way that I felt on that bus. People gave me a wide berth. Because I wasn’t like Pepsi and Shirlie or whatever – not marriage material. And anyway, I already had a husband [she’s been with Terry since 1973]. And I wasn’t a bloke.”
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Neal Barnard is a man of many talents and many passions. Impressively, he’s found a way to blend his work, encouraging people to eat and live well with that of his work as an artist […] We are honoured to announce we are playing on the Main Stage at the Biggest Weekend in our hometown Coventry on Sunday 27 May for BBC Radio 2 along side some amazing acts – more details HEREIn episode #150 of The XS Noize Podcast, Mark Millar meets Guitar legend Peter Frampton to talk about his recent live album – Peter Frampton At Royal Albert Hall. Peter Frampton is one of the […] Augustyn, Heather (30 October 2010). Ska: An Oral History. North Carolina: McFarland & Co. p.146. ISBN 978-0786460403 . Retrieved 6 December 2016. Gigging Northern Ireland – www.giggingni.com " INTERVIEW: The Selecter". Giggingni.com . Retrieved 7 January 2015.