June 25, 2011. No comments.
Back in 1988, and living in Cambridgeshire, everybody was talking about a local band who were sure to be big stars soon. The name of the band were The Bible and there songs Graceland and Honey be Good were regularly played on local radio stations. In November of that year, I was lucky enough to see them play a gig at the very fine Corn Exchange in the lovely city of Cambridge. It was a great show. I can remember moments of that particular show than I can of some I've been to more recently (I recall, for example, they opened the show with very splendid Skywriting). With talented musicians and songwriters among them, why they didn't become bigger is anybody's guess. A lot of people seem to remember and like the two songs mentioned above despite neither of them making the Top 40. The band didn't last very long after [read on]