Posts Tagged '1979'

Classic Album Sundays presents Michael Jackson ‘Off The Wall’

Often regraded as his strongest work, ‘Off The Wall’ catapulted Jackson into being the biggest star in the world, join us as we journey back to 1979 with listening sessions worldwide.

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Album of the Month: Michael Jackson ‘Off the Wall’

Off The Wall wasn’t Michael’s first solo album, but it was the opportunity to start from scratch–to put the Motown years and childhood star behind and become arguably the greatest performer in history.

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Michael Jackson ‘Off The Wall’ Musical lead-up playlist

From Charlie Chaplin to Diana Ross, take a journey through the sounds that influenced the King Of Pop.

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CAS presents The Specials’ debut with Horace Panter

We discuss The Specials, 2 Tone & 1979 Britain with founding member Horace Panter within his art exhibition at The Proud Archivist. Only 50 seats available!

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Album of the Month: The Clash ‘London Calling’

With their third studio album The Clash proved they were more than a punk rock band and in the same league as some of rock n’ roll’s finest.

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Classic Album Sundays presents The Clash ‘London Calling’

Celebrate the 35th anniversary of one of the greatest rock n’ roll records! Don Letts will be joining the London & Oslo sessions.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Pink Floyd ‘The Wall’

We celebrate the 35th anniversary of the first true concept album by a CAS favourite.

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Album of the Month: Pink Floyd ‘The Wall’

How Floyd’s first true concept album centred around a character named Pink became their biggest selling record.

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CAS West London presents The Clash “London Calling”

Many West Londoners can’t be asked to make their way to Islington for our events but fear not Westerners! CAS is coming to your neighborhood on 14 October when we present The Clash’s “London Calling” with Sonata Hi-fi at The Paradise. Nice.

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Album of the Month: Joy Division “Unknown Pleasures”

In an interview from the time on radio show “Rock On”, Curtis described the early Warsaw days .“When we started initially playing we couldn’t really play to be honest. It was very loose and a bit of a fun thing – we’re in a group; we’re playing. It was about August 1977 when we really started getting our own particular way.”

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