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Category Archives: music
Andy Mabbett was interviewed, about Wikipedia, on Carl Chinn’s BBC WM radio programme. Continue reading
Ian Emes’ video for Pink Floyd’s ‘One of These Days’, ‘French Windows’, is part of an exhibition at Birmingham’s Ikon gallery, until September 2010
0000-0001-5882-6823I’ve met and chatted with, or interviewed, every member of the “classic” (1970s) Pink Floyd, apart from Richard Wright. And now I never will. RIP Richard, the unsung hero of Pink Floyd.
0000-0001-5882-6823Back in 1996, or thereabouts, I gave a presentation to a meeting of my then colleagues and senior managers, and said something to the effect that the web, and the technologies that were emerging alongside it, would “change the way … Continue reading
0000-0001-5882-6823I heard a new — to me — piece of music the other evening, It was on ClassicFM‘s rather lovely ‘The Full Works‘, the late evening show which plays whole pieces, rather than the shorter snippets featured during the day. … Continue reading
Andy Mabbett’s review of ‘Daughters of Albion’ at Birmingham Town Hall.
0000-0001-5882-6823I lay awake last night (or rather, early this morning) listening to Radio 3, and heard some wonderful music by Paul Gilson, a composer I’d never previously even heard of. The pieces were all delightful, and were “La captive”, “Andante and Scherzo … Continue reading