This is the last of the three videos from the anti-cuts demo at Lib Dem Conference.
I particularly like the way the deputy general secretary of the ATL union, Martin Johnson, is bopping away in the background. Funky or what?
In order to celebrate Ogg Camp being in Liverpool this weekend, I’m giving away the entire We Can Make The World Stop album away via download absolutely free.
Get yourselves a copy if you can.
Big thanks to reviewer Joel Lane who had the following to say:
Eleven days ago, I played a gig in Liverpool as a benefit for the Leeds cleaning workers who had been on strike since September 7th.
They faced pay cuts of up to £6,000 and the workers said no.
At the end of this post is a cracking short film on The Limerick Soviet, a tale I wrote about in my song of the same name.
The new album We Can Make The World Stop has just been reviewed in the current edition of influential national music magazine R2 (formerly known as Rock N Reel).
Reviewer Eddie Cooney gave it a whopping four stars (woohoo!) and said some rather nice things about it too.
Amongst all the album reviews it’s great to see a review of the launch gig itself, so thanks to Louise Baldock for such a full review on her blog.
Louise is a Liverpool Labour Councillor, and blogger extraordinaire.
You went and missed the one hour special on me last night on Radio Merseyside’s Folkscene didn’t ya?
Hehehe. I knew you would.
Well not to worry.
It repeated next Tuesday at 9pm, or you can listen straight away on the BBCs Listen Again feature.
I spent last Monday having the most delightful chat with the legendary broadcaster and musician Stan Ambrose about my new album, We Can Make The World Stop.
High praise for John Lennon Said, Chasing Yourself, and Together in particular.
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