Fidel’s not all about the ROCK!
So we all know that Fidel rocks pretty hard, but what some of you may not know is that we also like to chill from time to time. The 2nd track from our album “My Owners Voice” is an acoustic affair called “Book Of Me”, which despite not featuring in our live set too often, we still love it very muchly. We love it so much infact, that we submitted it to Graham at liverpoolacoustic.co.uk and low and behold he has featured it on his latest podcast, which is a great listen if you’re into your acoustic fare.
Or check it out below:
LIVERPOOL ACOUSTIC SPOTLIGHT #69
- Gerry Murphy – Roulez Les Bentemps
From the album Crescent City Daze, available from Gerry’s new website from 1st May
- Fidel Afro – Book Of Me
From the album My Owners Voice, available to buy from their website.
Also check out their local (Widnes) record label Makorecords
- Dominic Dunn – For The Night
Read Peter Cowley’s Fatea Magazine review of Dominic’s Liverpool Acoustic Live gig in March here.
- Galley Beggar – Restless Sinners
From the album Reformation House, available to buy from their website via PayPal and oniTunes.
Tickets for their Liverpool Acoustic Live gig on Friday 22nd June are available fromwegottickets.com/liverpoolacoustic
- Tricia McTeague - Thicker Than Blood
From the album The Pleasure Is Mine (Liverpool Acoustic review), available to buy from her website via PayPal and on iTunes. And check out Mike Partington’s recent ‘in the Spotlight’feature.
- The Fifth Movement – Stop The Chaos
From the EP This Brewing Storm, available to buy from their website. Read the Liverpool Acoustic review here.
The Fifth Movement are playing The Kazimier on Saturday 26th May with Deafen The Creatures and The Edwardian Picnic – details on the facebook event page.