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1. Can You Repeat That? / The Fisherman In The Wardrobe ( 4.59 ) - Kinnaris Quintet - CD Free One kinnarisquintet.com
2. Train In The Distance ( 4.59 ) - Cormac Kenevey - CD Turning Skies kenevey.com
Album launch at Arthur’s Jazz and Blues Thomas St - Thursday 18th October also part of guinnessjazzfestival.com line up in Cork.
IRISH ARTIST - 2018 RELEASE
3. Someone Else's Baby ( 2.00 ) ( 1960 ) - Adam Faith - CD Adam Faith Three Classic Albums Plus Three EPS & Sixteen 7" Singles avidgroup.co.uk
2018 PACKAGE RELEASE
4. The You Missing From Me - Eryn - EP Lady E erynofficial.com
5. Cover My Tracks ( 3.27 ) - Ruston Kelly - CD Dying Star Rounder Records
6. Be True To Yourself ( 4.03 ) - The Mary Stokes Band - CD Early Days
IRISH ARTIST - 2016 RELEASE
DOUBLE SHOT - OTIS RUSH RIP Otis Rush Jr. (April 29 1935 – September 29 2018) was an American blues guitarist and singer-songwriter.
7. Crosscut Saw ( 4.42 ) - Otis Rush - CD Tops Blind Pig Records
8. You Got Me Running ( 4.28 ) - - Otis Rush - CD Lost In The Blues Alligator Records
9. Hold On To Your Soul ( 3.43 ) - Alien Envoy - CD Loads
IRISH ARTIST - 2014 RELEASE
10. The First Time Ever i Saw Your Face ( 5.40 ) - Kandace Springs - CD Indigo kandacesprings.com bluenote.com
11. If The Rain Fell - Tony Floyd Kenna - CD Wheels Of The World
IRISH ARTIST - 2018 RELEASE
12. Route 66 ( 2.55 ) - Brad Colerick - CD Nine Ten Thirty bradcolerick.com
October 10th: On this day
1902 The Gibson Mandolin guitar company was formed. Gibson's first electric guitar the ES-150 was produced in 1936, and in 1946 Gibson introduced the P-90 single coil pickup, which was eventually used on the first Les Paul model made in 1952.
1939 The real Eleanor Rigby died in her sleep of unknown causes at the age of 44. The 1966 Beatles' song that featured her name wasn't written about her, as Paul McCartney's first draft of the song named the character Miss Daisy Hawkins. Eleanor Rigby's tombstone was noticed in the 1980s in the graveyard of St. Peter's Parish Church in Woolton, Liverpool, a few feet from where McCartney and Lennon had met for the first time in 1957.
1956 Elvis Presley's 'Love Me Tender' entered the US chart for a 19 week stay, peaking at No.1 for 5 weeks. The song, from Presley's first film of the same name, was adapted from the tune "Aura Lee", written in 1861.
1959 The Quarry Men played at the Casbah Coffee Club, Liverpool. Ken Brown, suffering from a heavy cold was unable to perform and after the show, an argument started when Paul McCartney said that Brown should not get a share of the performance fee since he had not performed. Lennon and Harrison side with McCartney and Brown quits The Quarry Men.
1964 During a UK tour The Beatles appeared at De Montfort Hall in Leicester. Ringo Starr drove himself to the venue after taking delivery of a brand new Facel Vega, apparently reaching speeds of 140 MPH on the M6 motorway.
1969 King Crimson released their debut studio album In the Court of the Crimson King on Island Records in England and Atlantic Records in America. Rolling Stone named In the Court of the Crimson King the second greatest progressive rock album of all time, behind Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon.
1970 The Carpenters were at No.2 on the US singles chart with 'We've Only Just Begun.' The song was originally recorded by Smokey Roberds, under the name "Freddie Allen", and was used in a wedding-themed television commercial for Crocker National Bank in California in 1970.
1970 Black Sabbath were at No.1 on the UK chart with their second album 'Paranoid.' The album which contains some of the band's best-known signature songs, including the title track, 'Iron Man' and 'War Pigs' is now regarded as one of the classic Heavy Metal albums.
1970 Neil Diamond went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Cracklin' Rosie', his first No.1 as an artist. Diamond who had spent his early career as a songwriter in the Brill Building, wrote the 1966 No.1 hit 'I'm A Believer' for The Monkees.
1970 The first issue of Sounds the British music paper was published. It was intended to be a weekly rival to titles such as Melody Maker and New Musical Express and was well known initially for giving away posters in the centre of the paper. Sounds closed on April 6, 1991.