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Light of the World

Light of the World

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Funk for all the Family

Report by Mary Harron, The Guardian, 21 March 1981

Jazz-funk, an offshoot of American soul music, is sweeping away the tired sounds of disco. Mary Harron reports on an underground youth cult ...

Light of the World: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Mick Brown, The Guardian, 2 August 1982

HAVING COME and gone among the first wave of black British funk bands when the genre was but a trickle, Light of the World have ...

Light Of The World: Free Trade Hall, Manchester

Live Review by Mick Middles, Sounds, 27 June 1981

Soundtrack to the end of the world ...

Errol Gentle, A. Campbell, Sandra Andrews, Light Of The World: Phebes Club, Stoke Newington, London

Live Review by Penny Reel, Black Echoes, 29 January 1977

Let's hear it for some real talent ...

Players Association, Light Of The World: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Pete Wingfield, Melody Maker, 28 April 1979

"HOW CAN we refuse? We don't do this often — we're studio cats, you know what I mean!... ...

Light of the World/Beggar & Co

Interview by Robin Katz, Smash Hits, 19 March 1981

"A BEGGAR has no respect. He just speaks his mind. When I'm dressed up as a beggar I feel more open, really free." ...

Light Of The World, Innervisions: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Sheryl Garratt, New Musical Express, 20 June 1981

WHILE JAZZFUNK is fine late at night with the volume low, it's a strictly background sound to my ears, and so tedious live. Take Innervisions, ...

see also Beggar & Co

see also Nat Augustin

see also Incognito


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