Daily Archives: October 31, 2020

Turning The Box Inside Out

There are some parts of the world that appear to continually be problems for nations seeking to expand their control into peripheral regions. For example, the Scottish lowlands and Ulster have long been difficult regions to pacify and control in … Continue reading

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Album Review: Start The Car

Start The Car, by Jude Cole Start The Car is a somewhat mystifying album. It’s by no means a bad album. It is, in fact, a great album, full of strong tracks that fit a heartland rock approach that is … Continue reading

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Album Review: I Don’t Know Why I Act This Way

I Don’t Know Why I Act This Way, by Jude Cole I don’t want to say this is a bad album, because any album by Jude Cole is going to have good music, solid production, and thought-provoking lyrics. This is, … Continue reading

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Album Review: A View From 3rd Street

A View From 3rd Street, by Jude Cole It is a shame that Jude Cole is such an obscure musician that this album, rather than being the start of a glorious period of success for someone whose skills obviously merited … Continue reading

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