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The Gospel Pirates: The broadcasting phenomenon of illegal gospel radioThe Gospel Pirates: The broadcasting phenomenon of illegal gospel radio
Pirate radio stations are illegal and one would have thought the last place on which one would hear gospel music. But James Attlee has discovered differently. [01.08.91]
Sidelong Glance - August/September 1991
Where our intrepid editorial team take an askance look at the weird and wonderful world of music and media. [01.08.91]
Sounds Of Blackness: Atlanta powerhouse ensemble crossing over to R&BSounds Of Blackness: Atlanta powerhouse ensemble crossing over to R&B
Singing on a Prince album may not be everyone's idea of Christian roots. But few can doubt the impact of the hot new gospel-dance album by SOUNDS OF BLACKNESS. Tony Cummings reports. [01.08.91]
Sal Solo: Veteran hitmaker shows there's life after "San Damiano"Sal Solo: Veteran hitmaker shows there's life after "San Damiano"
A string of hits with Classix Nouveaux; a classic 'religious' single "San Damiano"; but then SAL SOLO retired from music. Mike Fearon found out why he left... and why he's come back. [01.08.91]
Touched By A Song:  "Katie" (Ian Arkley/Simon Bibby)Touched By A Song: "Katie" (Ian Arkley/Simon Bibby)
Cross Rhythms reader Stuart Watts tells how he was impacted by a chunk of thrash metal. [01.08.91]
Bryan Duncan: The Not So Anonymous Confessions Of A CCM StarBryan Duncan: The Not So Anonymous Confessions Of A CCM Star
'Anonymous Confessions Of A Lunatic Friend' may not spring readily to mind as an album title, but it certainly catches the attention! BRYAN DUNCAN answers a cry of "What?" from Chris Willman. [01.08.91]
Greenbelt Radio: Britain's long running arts festival gets its own radio station
Having its own private radio has long been on of the unique attractions of the Greenbelt Festival. Now it's expanding. Tony Cummings reports. [01.08.91]
Jeff Scheetz: The guitarist bringing technical brilliance to the heavy metal genreJeff Scheetz: The guitarist bringing technical brilliance to the heavy metal genre
Heavy metal isn't all groups with leather-lung-ed vocalists. Dave Williams tracked down one of America's leading instrumentalists JEFF SCHEETZ. [01.08.91]
Garth Hewitt: The veteran troubadour has harmonica-stand, will travel Garth Hewitt: The veteran troubadour has harmonica-stand, will travel
Singer-songwriter GARTH HEWITT speaks to James Attlee about townships, troubadours and troubled times. Right wing fundamentalists should read no further without seeking medical advice. [01.08.91]
The Electrics: The Glasgow-based band who've become Celtic visionariesThe Electrics: The Glasgow-based band who've become Celtic visionaries
THE ELECTRICS are an accordion-pumping, foot-stomping, hard-rocking unit. Dave Massey checked them out. [01.08.91]


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