Swedish DJ Avicii is a strange case. In 2011, he broke through with "Levels," a bleepy and bright bit of EDM that could have been his signature hit, but then his 2013 album, True, was a country-pop and folk-inspired affair that thrilled his fans with its inventiveness, but left others as cold as a meandering Mumford & Sons remix effort. Two years later, his LP Stories is another genre-busting affair that fits in better with mainstream radio than it does the club, but everything iffy about True has been perfected here, as the producer revisits the song-oriented album and lets the outside genres freely come and go.
The debut album by The Misers 'Amplified Life Stories' from 2009 on Sonny Jim Records. While this group was well known in the UK, it seems that they never have gotten much airplay or exposure in the States or, for that matter, anywhere else in the world.
Here is a compilaton album of some of the tracks released on various earlier Clifford T. Ward albums and this was issued in 1992 on Virgin Universal. Probably many of you looking at this listing have never even heard of Clifford T. Ward and I am not really surprised by that all too much. He really has become somehwhat of a forgotten British artist only known briefly from his work in the '70s.