1974: Love Songs
by NICK KNIBB a.k.a THE ARCHBISHOP
1974: LOVE SONGS
1974: Love Songs is a trip down memory lane to a more innocent time when the 7 inch vinyl single was played over and over again; words were memorised, dance moves were worked out and relationships began and ended at the local Church Hall disco.
A taste of Juicy Fruit, of paper rounds, flared jeans, Green Shield stamps and a badge on the lapel of a blazer.
1974: Love Songs is a trio of poems from broken teenage hearts inspired by the music of the Rolling Stones, Jimmy Ruffin and Sparks.
NICK KNIBB a.k.a THE ARCHBISHOP
Nick Knibb AKA The Archbishop is a performance poet based in Coventry and in July 2016 performed a specially commissioned set of poems called 'Coventry, The Specials and Me' for the City of Culture bid at the Godiva Festival 2016 - Cov Telegraph "A masterclass in storytelling".
His main topic for poetry is music (primarily of the 70s 80s), growing up, getting old, getting angry, falling in and out of love all with more than a splash of social commentary.
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