Dr Hook – Sylvia’s Mother

Rebel Voice is betting that most of you will not have heard this in a lifetime, and may not want to hear it again for another lifetime. Sylvia’s Mother seemed to be a right nasty piece of work. It was only a phone call, for fuck’s sake, she could have let him have a brief […]

Peter Gabriel – Don’t Give Up

The lyrics of this track are perhaps a tad soppy (really soppy) but the sentiment is noble. Rebel Voice wonders if ole Petey had a root when he was holding Kate so closely during the video shoot. She’s very desirable. Perhaps that says more about Rebel Voice than it ever could about Peter Gabriel. The […]

Bellamy Brothers – Let Your Love Flow

This song got a new lease of life when Barclays Bank used it in one of their ads. It’s a fairly upbeat tune and should make you feel that little bit better after hearing it. Either that or you’ll puke. Check out the flares on these two. – If you care, give it a share […]

Irish Folklore – The Wild Colonial Boy

The Wild Colonial Boy is an Irish-Australian ballad that recounts the exploits of an Irish emigre to Oz (or the son of Irish emigres) who got into all sorts of bother as he resisted the colonial authorities. In the original poem, his name was John (Jack) Donohoe (Donohue), said by some to have been a […]