Les Glover – The Love Terrorist 23rd October 2018 36 Album Of The Week – W/c 21st Oct 2018 Every day at 4 am, 2 pm, 6 pm and 11 pm (except Tuesday’s 8 pm) – This week it’s: Les Glover – The Love Terrorist http://northernquarterradio.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/album-of-the-week-love-terrorist-les-glover.mp3 Over the last 39 years, Les has been performing, either as a solo artist or as part of a band, both in the UK and across Europe, and has several TV and radio appearances (including BBC Cambridge, Coventry, Hull, Merseyside and Stoke) to his credit. He has played and sung with a variety of top acts, including: Henry Priestman (The Christians /It’s Immaterial/Yachts), Graham Gouldman (10cc), Pete Riley (Edwin McCain/Amy Wadge), John Reilly (Boy on a Dolphin), JJ Gilmour (The Silencers), Lotte Mullan, and Micaela Haslam (BBC singers/Synergy Vocals) and Gary Barlow, to name but a few. He has also supported artists such as Deaf School, Fisherman’s Friends, Nick Harper, Ian McNabb, Martin Stephenson and Wreckless Eric. He has a healthy love of all styles of music, from Hank Williams to Motorhead and an unhealthy love of 70’s Pop. Les can often be heard incorporating an interesting cover or two into his live performances. His early band days of the late 70’s/early 80’s saw him as part of the Liverpool music scene playing at the now legendary Eric’s club, supporting the likes of The Chameleons and A Flock of Seagulls. Having a very dynamic approach to playing, Les applies his unique style to his own original compositions. His new album ‘The Love Terrorist’ contains twelve tracks, covering a variety of subjects; from bitter sweet observations with hints of poignancy and humour, to life affirming, joyous rants, aimed at people who are old of mind but young at heart, or vice versa! The title track, looks at life through the sympathetic eyes of a man in his mid fifties, trying to come to terms with the injustices of a crazy world by offering a simple solution. ‘Behind My lens’ tells a story of unrequited love and expels ‘the grass is greener’ myth, and most middle aged men will relate to that uncomfortable mid life check-up, so eloquently described in ‘Doctor Feelbad Track List: Hank and me (The hillbilly & the punk) (L Glover) Dr Feelbad (L Glover) When you’re not here (L Glover) I am legend (L Glover) When I’m a little older (L Glover) This song (L Glover/H Priestman) A dozen reasons (L Glover) Men of a certain age (L Glover/H Priestman) Behind my lens (L Glover) The other side of anywhere (L Glover/H Priestman) Rockferry fox (L Glover) The love terrorist (L Glover) Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.