Having released his excellent, debut solo album – In The Kingdom of Dreams – last year, Ian Felice is back in the UK this week. Ian will take in eight dates across the country: Manchester (4th Nov), Cardiff (5th Nov), Brighton (6th Nov) and London (7th Nov), before he heads over to Ireland for three dates in Galway, Dublin and Cork.
Here are his Sound and Vision choices:
The Many Sides of Fred Neil by Fred Neil
…the best record to smoke cigarettes to.
I Do Not Play No Rock & Roll by Mississippi Fred McDowell
…best record title.
Tonight’s The Night by Neil Young
…like gravy cascading over stuffed cabbage.
Locus Solus by Raymond Roussel
…a side splitting, show stopping chain of illusions including a mosaic made of teeth.
Creature From The Black Lagoon
…I love the underwater sequence when Julie Adams swims with the monster unknowingly.
Robbin’ Banks by Jeffrey Frederick
…Jeffrey Frederick truly does seem to love robbing banks in this song, which is a dangerous love to possess.