From the Cast Iron Shore to a Glass Onion

By Radarsmum67 from Liverpool, UK. – A grey day on the Mersey., CC BY 2.0, Liverpool with its back to the land has always been the departure point to the West. From the slave trade to the millions of Irish emigrants who left through the port to cross the Atlantic. The trade route sawContinue reading “From the Cast Iron Shore to a Glass Onion”

Red or Blue-what does it mean for you?

The number one question any Scouser gets asked when outside Liverpool. Football and The Beatles are Liverpool’s claim to fame internationally and the tourist industry in the city is a combination of these draws. It might seem strange but the two things were rarely combined in real life. Until preparing for this post I hadContinue reading “Red or Blue-what does it mean for you?”

Four more lads from Liverpool

In the blog post last week I highlighted the song ‘All Together Now’ by Liverpool band The Farm. When I was writing that blog post it reminded me of the late eighties in Liverpool. I am pretty sure the The Farm played anti-apartheid fundraisers for us in the Polytechnic Student’s union around that time. IContinue reading “Four more lads from Liverpool”

All Together Now

Covid-19 All in it together – Wishful thinking or reality? The Beatles All Together now recorded in 1967 and released in 1972 is a feel-good tune, expressing peace and love for everyone. Help build the audience for this blog =leave your email- or tag a friend- like and share All Together Now released by LiverpoolContinue reading “All Together Now”