sat 25/01/2020

Tim Cumming

Articles By Tim Cumming

theartsdesk in Essaouira: Festival of Gnawa - 21st-century trance masters

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The Rolling Stones, Twickenham Stadium review - until the next goodbye?

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Songlines Encounters Festival, Kings Place review - mellifluous launch from African strings

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CD: Willie Nelson - Last Man Standing

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Arena: Bob Dylan - Trouble No More, BBC Four review - up close and personal with Gospel Bob

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CD: Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker - Seedlings All

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CD: The Gloaming - Live at The NHC

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CD: Stick in the Wheel - Follow Them True

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Kings of The South Seas, Cutty Sark review - folly and tragedy resurrected

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theartsdesk Q&A: Musician Mark E Smith

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Albums of the Year 2017: Offa Rex - Queen of Hearts

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CD: Martin Hayes Quartet - The Blue Room

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CD Special: Bob Dylan's Trouble No More review - he’d never sound better

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'English music is lumpy if you don't play it well': interview with folk trio Leveret

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CD: Offa Rex - The Queen of Hearts

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WOMAD 2017, Charlton Park review - multicultural nirvana transcends mud-bath conditions

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