“Ya know that you’re over the hill, when your mind makes a promise that your body can’t fill!”, this is the line that inspired Paul Barrere to write the original version of the “Old Folks Boogie”, which would subsequently feature on the 1977 Little Feat record “Time Loves a Hero”.
If you are a Radiohead fan, with a penchant for legends like Pink Floyd and King Crimson, then Roger Cole & Paul Barrere will be an easy band to fall in love with. Thick haunting atmosphere, lots of bleeps and beeps, intense melodies, beautiful vocals and mystery-veiled lyrics, are part
Roger Cole & Paul Barrere have always had the virtue of bringing out the best in each other and that is the case here again on the single “Sail Away”, taken from the album ‘Musical Schizophrenia’, out on Better Daze records. The duo has been touching on themes of life,
This is the kind of down and dirty, hard-core, unadulterated, ‘slap-ya-momma’ type of blues that I love. Paul Barrere & Roger Cole are definitely in their element here. “In My Time Of Dying” feels as if Cole and Barrere had been wanting to make a track like this for a long
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