Kevin Pearce’s ode to Mod and pop culture from the 1960s onwards is given a second viewing. It’s every bit as good as I recall.
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First heard about this documentary on Paul Gorman’s blog back in February, but nothing since. However, browsing the new listings for the BFI, spotted a world premiere for Dexys – Nowhere Is Home in May.
Jimmy Frost Mellor continues his occasional series on ivy league style by looking at the clothing worn on the cover of Dexy’s Midnight Runners’ Don’t Stand Me Down album.
Even back in 1980, Searching for the Young Soul Rebels was a fish out of water. 30 years on, the debut album by Dexy’s Midnight Runners still is, but an even bigger fish thanks to this 30th anniversary remastered and expanded edition.
It's been 30 years since it first appeared, now Searching For The Young Soul Rebels by Dexy's Midnight Runners has been reissued (appropriately) as a 30th anniversary edition. That means the original album and a bonus disc of 21 rarities recorded around the same time – demos, radio sessions, b-sides, […]
On 17th Jully 2010, Dexy's Midnight Runners' classic Searching For The Young Soul Rebels album will be 30 years old – and an event to celebrate this fact will take place in Birmingham. Original band members will be in conversation with Gavin Martin (Talking Musical Revolutions), along with Dexys photographer […]