Posts Tagged 'Sixties'

Royal Albert Hall and CAS London present Laura Mvula presents: The Women of ’60s Soul

This session is now Sold Out. Next up is Jazzie B on Revolutionary Soul & Ska on the 16th May!

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Royal Albert Hall and CAS London present Jazzie B on Revolutionary Soul and Ska

The original Funki Dred joins us for our second event as part of Royal Albert Hall’s Summer of Love: Revisited programme.

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Classic Album Sundays 1960s Counterculture Series at The Royal Albert Hall

Join us at The Royal Albert Hall as we host four amazing events as part of their Summer of Love: Revisited programme.

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The Velvet Underground & Nico Musical Lead Up Playlist

Here’s our musical lead up playlist for The Velvet Underground & Nico featuring Patti Smith, Television, David Bowie, The Sonics and more.

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Royal Albert Hall and CAS London present Billy Bragg on Skiffle and Protest Music

We are excited to be joined by Billy Bragg as we look at the influence of skiffle as part of The Royal Albert Hall’s Summer of Love: Revisited programme.

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Van Morrison ‘Astral Weeks’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

Get ready for our first events of 2017 with our musical lead up playlist for Van Morrison’s ‘Astral Weeks’.

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Captain Beefheart “Safe As Milk” presented by Paul Briggs

Domino Records’ Paul Briggs talks us through his love of the pysch-rock classic “Safe As Milk” by Captain Beefheart who subsequently influenced countless musicians.

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Album Suggestions from June 2013

Here’s what the attendees to our June session want to hear…

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Album Suggestions from May 2013

This months list see’s some interesting 90’s vibes making the list alongside some tried and tested classics. If you feel anything is missing, head on over to one of our events or leave a comment to let us know!

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Album Suggestions from April 2013

April saw the launch of our Boston event with Talking Heads “Remain In Light” which was a sold-out affair, and we were proud to have “added depth” to the New York Audio Show (apparently we reminded some audiophiles of the joys

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