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Raymond Meade – WHYDOLISE

In 2011, Glasgow’s Raymond Meade gave a songwriting masterclass when he released his debut album Fables and Follies. Returning with the follow-up WHYDOLISE, Meade surpasses all expectations, offering what is easily one of the best albums of the year. From start to finish, WHYDOLISE is a masterpiece - individually, each track would make a strong lead single; … Continue Reading ››

Steve Cradock, Raymond Meade at Oran Mor, 10/12/14

As hail and rain soak Glasgow’s west end, Raymond Meade impresses an intimate crowd on the most miserable Wednesday evening of the year. Fresh from recording sessions with legendary Oasis/The Verve producer Owen Morris, Meade and accompanying bassist Steph McKellar are in fine form. Dedicating a cover of ‘Ooh La La’ (originally by The Faces) to the … Continue Reading ››