- Sunny Side Up: ‘So much depends upon an (my Dad’s old grey) wheel barrow beside the three brown chickens’ (with apologies to William Carlos Williams)
- Singing, singing singing: Music Mind Map for IPM, Liverpoool Uni.
- Pyromania and rats who have now nested below the Yemaya house
- Cuban women musicians talk to Jan Fairley: ‘Saliendo del cuarto de Tula’; Camino de Santiago and ‘Old ladies’ exhibition photos up on Facebook.
- Critiquing Paul Simon and Graceland revival: could Simon not be taken for a ‘rip off” merchant?
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Monthly Archives: March 2011
Manuela Carracso is known as the ‘Queen of Gypsy Flamenco’ and her show was like a scene from an Almodovar film. It is probably the most kitsch performance I have ever seen, a real retro call back to the atmosphere of tablao … Continue reading
Olga Pericet is tiny like many flamenco female dancers (this week I have spoken to Belen Maya, Rocio Molina, Fuensanta la Moneta and they are all small bundles of energy). Molina’s show was the most sensual of this festival with beauty … Continue reading
Miguel Poveda’s Historias de viva voz (Histories of the Live Voice) in which he offers an encyclopedia journey through flamenco history will surely win the critics prize. Reviewers have been talking of ‘povedamania’ and no one has taken issue with his … Continue reading