Geraint Lovgreen is something of an enigma. He is one of the most prolific composers of his era, and one of the wittiest of writers. He never shies away from the thorny subject, and never misses the chance to deflate the celeb balloon. At the same time, he can create the most sensitive and subtle of love songs.
He of the soft voice and soft piano, and he of the big band sound, saxophones blazing. On the street corner, singing alone on a language demonstration, or an anti-war march, or raising the roof at a large venue, Geraint Lovgreen is his own man, and he carries on…