Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * * *
The Clock is ticking and soon it will strike 14:42. The fabled Summer of Love, if it truly taught us anything, and despite the presence, the brilliance of the music and some of the events that year, it was only to be seen as a symbolic gesture, a fabulous but soon disgruntled by the very people it tried so hard to fashionably free, to make them witness a different perspective.
Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10
Inspiration strikes in the heart of the moment, it can come from anywhere and be the loving parent of the most awesome of art; it is quite a moment when the lightning strikes, when the flashbulb glares and shatters and even when the stimulated insight comes from someone walking up to the stage and taking a picture of what is behind you rather than the performance itself, that is still a moment to record for prosperity.
Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *
There is nothing quite like an afternoon having the time of your life and Fun of the Pier, especially when you can replace the thought of outdated entertainment associated with a Victorian and Edwardian era, of sand and candy floss falling into the sea below and cheap entertainment designed to thrill the masses as they ward off the spectre of yet another attacking seagull, with one that sits comfortably with the audiences at The Cavern at this year’s International Pop Overthrow and in which has the added appeal of The Suns’ Dave Lloyd in attendance.