Jethro Tull (III): Good Heavens, now Ian Anderson wants us to think!

Written on the 2nd of April 2014 Good Heavens, now Ian Anderson wants us to think! Headline from Disc & Music Echo about the album Aqualung. If you know Jethro Tull, you know this album, as it’s the one casual fans know (maybe Thick as a Brick too). It’s an excellent album, although not my favourite. … Continue reading Jethro Tull (III): Good Heavens, now Ian Anderson wants us to think!

Alan Stivell (I): early years of the celtic harp genius

Written on the 12th March 2014 I don’t want to write everything about Jethro Tull and The Alan Parsons Project at once, so this time I’ll write about a man who has become one of my favourite folk musicians in the last couple of years. Alan Stivell (born Alain Cochevelou) revived interest in the Celtic harp … Continue reading Alan Stivell (I): early years of the celtic harp genius

Camerata Meiga, one of those unknown little jewels

Written on the 26th of February 2014 As I mentioned in the facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/alittlelightblogging) a couple of days ago, I don’t have much time this week. That’s why I’ll write about an extremely short-lived band. In fact, they only released one album with that name. There’s not much to say really, this will be … Continue reading Camerata Meiga, one of those unknown little jewels