Category Archives: Chris Wood

The Golden Bath’s 2013: Song Of The Year

The next category for the Golden Bath of 2013 is Song of the Year. Here are the nominations in the Ironbath’s order of appreciation. 12 Steve Earle – The Low Highway Heard an old man grumble and a young girl … Continue reading

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The Golden Bath’s 2013: Album Of The Year – Part 2 of 3

So this is the list of 20 albums that the Ironbath thought were pretty damn good in 2013 – but didn’t quite reach the shortlist. They are not in any order of merit, but are roughly alphabetical (at least in the … Continue reading

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English Folk IV: Music that matters today and remembered tomorrow

If you think that folk music is about times gone by the Ironbath would like to dispel this myth with three totally contemporary songs from traditional English Folk performers. Folk music is about the here and now. The Ironbath is convinced that it … Continue reading

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