Posts Tagged ‘Laurie Kynaston’

England Is Mine on DVD – The DVDfever Review – Make the DVD yours

England Is Mine takes the period in Steven Patrick Morrissey’s life from first constructing thoughts about poetry, whether reading or writing, and up to the time when he would embark upon a career with Johnny Marr, in 1982. “Life, in its humdrum sense, is worth avoiding… and through it all, a sense that things are […]

Cradle To Grave Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Cradle to Grave is set in the 1970s, recalling Danny Baker‘s childhood having been based on his autobiography “Going To Sea In A Sieve”, starting off with the man, himself, narrating, but it soon changed to the voice of Laurie Kynaston playing his young self, and with a theme by Squeeze. His father, Fred (Peter […]

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