Bad Cover Versions

Conversations about cover versions. “You mean the anaemic, faithful renditions with added dance moves that perennially clog up the charts?” But no, she didn’t mean that; had no idea what clogged the charts these days beyond the vague instruction she’d left; kick me when the charts are suddenly filled with decent fayre, or lizards. “It’s … Continue reading Bad Cover Versions

Britpop Elvis

Britpop. At the time it felt pretty naff – and in retrospect looks even sillier – but the zeitgeist had spoken nonetheless. Indie was where it was at; girls and boys with guitars were dusting off their parents’ Kinks records, watching The Italian Job, channelling the spirit of Dick Van Dyke, then arriving on the … Continue reading Britpop Elvis