Oaksenham: progressive rock is not dead

Written on the 10th of January, 2015 It often happens that, when I’m listening to music from the seventies or eighties, I go full cliché and think “man, they don’t make ‘em like this anymore”. Sometimes, fortunately, I’m proven wrong. A while ago, I was downloading music randomly from Brain Damage (check that blog, by … Continue reading Oaksenham: progressive rock is not dead


Welcome to Costa del Pol

Summer is here and you still don’t have plans? Are the most touristic beach resorts full? Or maybe are you just tired of everyone going to Costa del Sol every year? Worry not, keep calm and go to COSTA DEL POL! Costa del Pol is located in the north of Poland and is comprised of … Continue reading Welcome to Costa del Pol

Van Morrison and The Chieftains complete each other

Written on the 10th of December 2014 Considering I’ve basically written about Jethro Tull, Martin Barre and Eric Woolfson lately, I think it’s time to go back to folk, specifically celtic folk. This time, I’ll write about an album which features a band and an artist that have never totally hooked me, but whose collaboration … Continue reading Van Morrison and The Chieftains complete each other


Eric Woolfson: the post-Parsons years

Written on the 2nd of December, 2014 If I mention Eric Woolfson, most people will wonder who I’m talking about. If I say he was half of The Alan Parsons Project and the man who came with the original concept of most of the songs... ok, most people will still wonder what’s going on here, … Continue reading Eric Woolfson: the post-Parsons years