i am rather enjoying Jagwar Ma.
haven't got a clue what she's saying though...
I'm listening to this:
"They mostly come out at night, mostly."
No idea how their music works - 2 cellos and a drum kit is a bit off my well-trodden ska track - but they make a hell of a noise.
Barney Mc Kenna, I was at his funeral last week, I heard a story about him and his mate who went into a pub in Howth at 5 P M and diden't come out for two days, when they did Barney says to his pal "Jasus there's a great stretch in the evenings"
i know next to zip (nix even) about the woman sitting on the radiator but this is amazing
Writer of one of the greatest songs ever.
And there is a big Shepherd's Bush connection.
the only one i can think of is the other night whilst drinking in the bush my mate from the midlands reckoned Stevie Nicks came from west bromich - I think he was getting confused with Kevin Rowlands. As for the Dixie Chicks, great song and I'm sure they said during the last Iraq invasion they we're ashamed that the President of America came form Texas. Fair play to them .. harmonies, ringlets, and principles!
Natalie Maines made that famous comment during their gig at the Empire.
.. just confusingly constructed english. He seemed to infer from his post that Stevie Nicks had a Shepherds Bush connection rather than the Dixie Chicks. Stevie Nicks was in fact born in Catford.
the fool can't talk pwoppa and now he's blown us ahhhht - lets do 'im arbie
fackin yokel CAAAHHHNT
... who's confused 'infer' with 'imply'.
.. a penny, infer a pound .. thats what I says ..
and what's Andy Imply got to do with it anyway?
I know everyone loves them. But so what, so do I. Build a rocket boys - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NItwaz0nLJA