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SEVENTH ANGEL are stunning the national media with the most ear-splitting, demon-shaking brand of rock ever to emerge from British Christendom. Tony Cummings reports. [01.05.90]Lust Control: Investigating the mysterious and controversial band from Austin, Texas.
Tony Cummings located "Gene" (a pseudonym) of LUST CONTROL, a pioneering band from America's Christian underground. [01.05.90]Roland Johnson Bell: Lone ranger on a system-bucking-bronco
Roland Johnson Bell is better known as Roly, if "known" is the right word for a rock gospel singer who seems to defiantly shun any trappings of fame and fortune. Words by Tony Cummings, photos by Ian Bosworth. [01.05.90]Nightwatch: Pop rock band from Belfast with an impressive debut album
Nightwatch are a part-time band of Belfast rock gospellers. James Attlee checks them out. [01.05.90]New Jersey Mass Choir: The US choir who shot to fame through "I Want To Know What Love Is"
The NEW JERSEY MASS CHOIR flew into Britain, sang up a storm and departed leaving clamorous crowds dancing in the aisles. James Attlee caught the show...and the bus. [01.05.90]John Catchings: The top cello session player makes a solo album
JOHN CATCHINGS' pride and joy shows that the cello need not be a second-fiddle. Drew Kelleher explains why... [01.05.90]Maja Elliott: British classical pianist with a taste for jazz
Gifted piano player MAJA ELLIOTT was quizzed by Alison Pooley. [01.05.90]Johann Sebastian Bach: The Sacred Tradition - Bach God's bellow-pumper
Dave Massey looks at one of classical music's giants, JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH. [01.05.90]Touched By A Song: "(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher And Higher" by Jackie Wilson
Rev John Davis, vicar of St Paul's in Walsall, tells how a soul classic touched his spirit. [01.05.90]Charlie Landsborough: British country singer with a grassroots following
Drew Kelleher reports on Merseyside-based songsmith CHARLIE LANDSBOROUGH. [01.05.90]