Tag Archive: Andy Partridge


  1. (-) – Bee Gees
  2. (-) – Celine Carroll
  3. (-) – Charlie Parker
  4. (-) – Augustus Pablo
  5. (-) – Andy Partridge
  6. (-) – Cabaret Voltaire
  7. (-) – Aretha Franklin
  8. (-) – Bob Dylan
  9. (-) – Cathal Coughlan
  10. (-) – Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band

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djp

  1. (-)   – Wizzard
  2. (-)   – Ade Hodges
  3. (10) – The Mothers Of Invention
  4. (-)   – Andy Partridge
  5. (-)   – Chance The Rapper
  6. (-)   – Violent Femmes
  7. (7)   – The Hollies
  8. (-)   – U2
  9. (-)   – The Divine Comedy
  10. (-)   – Suicide

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djp

  1. (-) – Creedence Clearwater Revival
  2. (-) – The Blades
  3. (-) – Cluster
  4. (-) – Bing Satellites
  5. (-) – Jonathan Rees : The Scottish Ensemble
  6. (-) – Fluorescent Grey
  7. (-) – Peter Blegvad & Andy Partridge
  8. (-) – Nico
  9. (-) – Shirley Collins
  10. (-) – The Mothers Of Invention

Regards,

djp

“Advanced” – R. Stevie Moore

RSM’s new album emerges as a result of a fundraising drive on Kickstarter. Having raised over $11k (an impressive achievement in itself…), RSM has recorded and released a 14-track studio set which will delight his legions of fans.

The first point to make is that, having listened to his home-recorded output for many years, it comes as a pleasant surprise to hear RSM in a (dare I say it) proper production for the first time. This should’ve happened years ago!

There’s a mid 70s US pop radio vibe to the album.  “Pop Music” manages to combine a languid, classic pop bounce with a fractured time signature and is one of my personal favourites on the album. Another is “Theorem”, which unexpectedly sounds in part like latter-day Radiohead, in part like an updated and jazzy form of psychedelic music as might be released by Andy Partridge. “You Don’t Have To Worry About My Love” is classic RSM in acoustic mode, while “Hurry Up” is suitably musically eccentric.

Well worth checking out.

Regards,

djp