Category Archives: Recordings

WHAT DID IT FOR ME, Chapter 1 – By Nicholas Tucker

At a party the other evening, my good friend Nick Tucker inspired an idea for an occasional blog series, which at his suggestion I’m calling, “What Did It For Me.”  The premise is simple––what recording started your journey as either … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Richard Durrant & the No. 26 Bus to Paraguay

Shoreham-based guitarist/composer Richard Durrant is a close friend and colleague.  But that won’t stop me from shouting about his latest CD, Richard Durrant The No. 26 Bus to Paraguay.  I’ve been playing it constantly since he sent me a copy and I’d … Continue reading

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Jeremy Ovenden’s Mozart Journey

Anyone wishing to explore the growth and development of Mozart’s compositions for the voice need look no further than Jeremy Ovenden’s new CD, Mozart: An Italian Journey.  Although usually a risky venture putting a composer’s earlier, lesser known works at … Continue reading

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