Random reflections on culture, life and the Universe.
Warning: will regularly include Scottish actors.
Come Home, Come Home, Come Home (dodgy trumpet break).James, of course.
Grand work!Saw James in Nottingham at Rock City at the height of their t-shirt sales and they were breathtaking.
Ah, I missed that gig, but I was in Nottingham at the time. I think I knew about a dozen people who had the long-sleeve hoodie T-shirt with "COME' down one arm and 'HOME' down the other. They all had Inspiral Carpets T-shirts too.You got my link right. Currently featuring my thoughts on Doctor Who series 2!
My favourite band in the world. Saw them 4 times in 8 days on thier last tour. Ironic that they broke-up just as all thier contemporaries started talking about reunion tours and comebacks.
I had that inspirals t-shirt until recently I think...Rock City and me had a good relationship in those heady days! Last on the dance floor, wigging out to Kennedy (Pressies), I am the Resurrection (Roses) and Come Home (James). Hair soaked, eyes closed, dancing like a woman possessed.Oh yeah, and I have some great pics of James in HMV Nottingham, including a cracker of Tim B supping his cuppa and making eye contact with me just as I focued the shot. He didn't half grin when I pulled the camera down. Good times.And whaddya mean dodgy trumpet?! Andy D now plays with the mighty mighty Fatman himself, David Thomas and is close to genius.
The trumpet wasn't dodgy, but that trumpet break definitely was! Sounds like an ambulance in a traffic jam.Playing with the Elephant Terrible now, you say? Interesting! Last saw him doing the main musical narrator role in Shockheaded Peter. Bloody hell, that was scary. He was wearing a very worrying red rubber apron.
That red rubber apron sure sounds like David T!
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