Entries by Nathan

A Brief Overview of Special Education

  The major & most pervasive concern in special education, as well as my very own journey in education, is special education’s relationship to basic education. History shows that this hasn’t been a fairly easy clear-cut relation between these two. There’s been a whole lot of supplying and taking or possibly I will say pulling […]

About Nathan King Life

Nathan will be familiar to many of you as the younger brother of Level 42’s Mark king but this site sets out from the start to prove that Nathan is a musical talent in his own right. I will try to bring you news of when and where to see Nathan performing live with his […]

Vaguely Sunny – Isle of Wight Rock Anthology

Mike Jolliffe’s musical career stretches from the late sixties to the present. He was soaking up all the influences that the Cherokees were bringing to the 69 Club and the Foulks were staging at their run of festivals from 1968 to 1970. We use the words ‘the chameleon of Isle of Wight Rock to describe […]

the Urbanites

From Isle of Wight Rock – a music anthology: ‘We put the Urbanites together for a gig at Shanklin Pier. We rehearsed in Ron Penney’s shed and in here. I think we only did two gigs, Shanklin Pier and the Sloop. It just folded up. Nathan buggered off. Nathan is a seriously good bass player.’ […]