Month In Review – October 2009

by Emilio Pérez Miguel on November 1, 2009

This month I did manage to review some artists I am very fond of: Emmylou Harris and Billy Joel. Another distinguished addition to the current list was that of the Traveling Wilburys, a band I greatly admire.  Their first disc is being reviewed this week.

Other albums which I am glad I did finally review were XTC’s “Skylarking” and The Clash’s “London Calling”. And I also reviewed two great compilations albums:  America’s and Dr. Hook’s.

Moreover, I was lucky enough to interview Jake Chen from Musefy the week he launched his startup. I likewise interviewed Andy Bull from We Love Festivals – my compliments to him as well.

Also, and as you have probably noticed, I began adding “miscellanea” categories. One for the ‘50s is already available, and I will obviously include one for each decade. That means artists I don’t have their entire oeuvre but which produced some timeless albums such as Love’s “Forever Changes” will be featured.

November is going to be a great month for me if only because I am publishing my first book of poetry. It is called “Once” (which in addition to being an adverb of time in English means “eleven” in Spanish), and the main launch event is set for the 13th of November. It will be a very exciting time for me, and I will keep you posted on the way everything goes. Thanks for reading, let me know if there is anything you would like me to cover!

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