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Hot Music Live presents - Volume 4

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The fourth in a series of collections celebrating the glorious & diverse talent of Coventry & Warwickshire musicians of yesterday, today & tomorrow.

"Hot Music Live Presents Volume Four" is dedicated to the memory of Paul Brook (January 19th 1955 to May 3rd 2007) : drummer, programmer, producer, writer, composer & multi instrumentalist.

On this album you can hear Paul & his music on the tracks "For You" "Dawn Approach" , "Train Song", "Shadow Box" and "Sophia’s Choice"

For a full tribute to Paul, please visit: http://www.hotmusiclive.co.uk/article?article=12739

You can find out what each artist is up to on their individual websites or by following "Hot Music Live Presents" on social media:

Credits:

Released August 12, 2020

Compiled by Andy Holdcroft

Executive Producers Paul Englefield & Alan Moores of "Hot Music Live" magazine

Hot Music Live logo designed by Mel Skellon: facebook.com/MelSkellonArtist

Many thanks to every single one of the generous & supportive musicians who have contributed their considerable talent to this project & particularly to Michelle Sciarrotta & Sam McNulty for their key advice & wisdom without which this project would never have taken shape.

Especial thanks too for "Volume Four" to those people who scoured their personal archives to help pay tribute to Paul Brook: Ted Duggan, Jon "Bungle" Blackford, John Rivers, Rob Lapworth & Steve Walwyn.

Thanks to the others who added their thoughts & memories to Paul's tributes & again to John Rivers for his exclusive remixes of "In the Moment" & "Train Song" for this album.


"Hot Music Live Presents" Volume Four

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Hot Music Live presents - Volume 3

Volume 3 (opens in BandCamp)

The third in a series of collections celebrating the glorious & diverse talent of Coventry & Warwickshire musicians of yesterday, today & tomorrow.

You can find out what each artist is up to on their individual websites or by following "Hot Music Live Presents" on social media:

Credits:

Released April 20, 2020

Compiled by Andy Holdcroft

Album track volume balance with the very kind help of Matthew Cotterill

Executive Producers Paul Englefield & Alan Moores of "Hot Music Live" magazine

Hot Music Live logo designed by Mel Skellon: facebook.com/MelSkellonArtist

Many thanks to every single one of the generous & supportive musicians who have contributed their considerable talent to this project & particularly to Michelle Sciarrotta & Sam McNulty for their key advice & wisdom without which this project would never have taken shape & to Wes Finch for his unstinting advice & encouragement for the project.


"Hot Music Live Presents" Volume Three

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Hot Music Live presents - Volume 2

Volume 2 (opens in BandCamp)


The second in a series of collections celebrating the glorious & diverse talent of Coventry & Warwickshire musicians of today & tomorrow.


Many thanks to every single one of the generous & supportive musicians who have contributed their considerable talent to this project & particularly to Michelle Sciarrotta & Sam McNulty for their key advice & wisdom without which this project would never have taken shape & to Wes Finch for his unstinting advice & encouragement.


"Hot Music Live Presents" Volume Two

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Hot Music Live presents - Volume 1

Volume 1 (opens in BandCamp)

The first in a series of collections celebrating the glorious & diverse talent of Coventry & Warwickshire musicians of yesterday, today & tomorrow.

This album is dedicated to the memory of Hilda Woodward (15th December 1913 to 22nd February 1999) pianist with Lieutenant Pigeon. Apart from her role in the band, Hilda was a well known musician & music teacher in Coventry & her home in Kingsway not only provided a base & recording studio for Lieutenant Pigeon but also many other local musicians whom she supported & encouraged. When "Mouldy Old Dough" hit Number One in 1972, Hilda was the oldest female musician to appear on such a hit.

"Hot Music Live Presents" Volume One

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