A confused goodbye: A review of ‘The Endless River’ by Pink Floyd

So…it’s here. The final Pink Floyd album. What a rush of emotion writing those words brings to me. Ever since my brother introduced ‘the Floyd’ to me in the early 80s and The Wall seduced me before Dark Side of the Moon recreated me, I have loved Barrett, Waters, Mason, Wright and Gilmour as though… Read More A confused goodbye: A review of ‘The Endless River’ by Pink Floyd

Day 10 – A Life Lived Through Stories: Insignificant Woman no. 1

The end of the Seventies was a difficult and confused period – not just for myself having moved from the north of England to the Midlands – but for the country. Ordinary people were both delighted and dismayed with Margaret Thatcher’s rise to power as the first female Prime Minister of Great Britain for all… Read More Day 10 – A Life Lived Through Stories: Insignificant Woman no. 1