for March 4, 2002
ALTROK Ordinals 32
The Church - After Everything Now This (Thirsty Ear)
Australiaís foremost purveyors of psychedelic pop are back with a brand new
album. [And you should buy it solely on principle. -Ed.]
Jools Hollandís Big Band Rhythm & Blues - Jools Hollandís Big Band Rhythm & Blues (Rhino)
Jeff says: Jools was the keyboard player in Squeeze. Heís been a TV host in
England (and the US briefly). And heís a band-leader. This new CD features
his big band and guests: Sting, George Harrison (his last recording before
dying last year), Paul Weller, Joe Strummer, Dr John, Stereophonics, Suggs
(from Madness), Eric Bibb, Mark Knopfler, Van Morrison, Chris Difford (also
formerly of Squeeze), John Cale (formerly of Velvet Underground), Steve
Winwood, Marc Almond (formerly of Soft Cell), Mick Hucknall (from Simply
Red), Paul Carrack (who replaced Jools in Squeeze), Taj Mahal, Jamiroquai,
and Eric Clapton. To name a few. Yes, we will be hearing this record for a
very long time.
(This week's Ordinals courtesy Jeff Raspe, with kibbitzing by Sean.)
All material ©2001-2014 Sean Carolan, except as noted.
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