Saturday, 17 January 2015

Songs about a person

So like Juloia by the Beatles?

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  1. Don't know that one. Is it from the below-par White album?

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      You're so vain!


      >8-D

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  2. Great lp, especially in MONO

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  3. ...come in number 9 yer times up....

    cheers frae the dale

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    1. I think Revolver's their best. I also like Let It Bleed but it was No. 78 on this list.

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    2. That it fairness is a very good list.

      Reviolver is a stunning lp

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      Thin Lizzy is not a British band.

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  4. So that's my mad weekend of gigging done. Move over, Norrie. Both excellent nights and the second particularly enjoyable since Roddy turned up - as we all know, he's notorious for no-shows.

    So what's up next? No tickets in the drawer, that won't do.

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    1. Still seats available for The Punch Bros. on Friday.

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    2. Gaie, Gaie, Gaie. There's no need for you to be dragging yourself out on these cold winter nights when you have 1975 and 1982 on Pick of the Pops! Just slip on that nice shawl you got for xmas, a mug of something nice and hot by the fire and Tony on the iPlayer. Priceless.

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    3. Adam, you could not have picked 2 worse years in terms of anything I want to remember from then! Never, never, never!!

      The Punch Brothers name keeps popping up everywhere since said you were going, Glen, and they look well worth seeing, as does Siobhan Millar, with James Grant in her band. But I've just opened a nice letter from Glasgow City Council with a fine for driving in a bus-lane. Utter b******s. So that's my pocket money spent for now. Cretins.

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    4. Well there you go. Fate. Next week its 67 and 79.
      However I urge you to look at the playlist from last weekend.
      http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04y9gpp

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    5. Adam, you really don't want me to look at the playlist if that's those ill-fated years. My language, usually so gentile, might deteriorate.

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    6. I got caught in a bus lane too. I was running an old lady into town after a funeral. They're making a fortune from them. George Square is now virtually inaccessible to private cars.

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      I prefer to think of them as taxi lanes.


      >8-D

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    8. Now, now, Gaie!

      Keep the language oh so gentile... ;o)

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    9. Nelson Mandela Place it was it was and I was running my son to an early train on January 2nd. Hardly a soul to be seen. So the moral is, give them the fare instead and let Scotch Git drive them through the city.

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    10. I got caught as well. The one at Nelson Mandela Place. How rude.

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  5. Hey hey hideho Gaie!.
    Hey hey hidehi Gaie!
    Do the bump, do the bump.

    And I bet you you did too!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAfthQTqj24

    Its great how the guy on the right is trying his damnnest to look hard - not at all keen on touching butts. However, with nick nack paddywack in your lyrics you’re always going to be fighting a losing battle.

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    1. Guys, could someone go and see if Adam's all right. Maybe take a sedative with you just in case.

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    2. We'll meet half way - Ascension Island.

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    3. You lot will need to learn to read the road signs first ;-)

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    1. Just put on Close to the Edge and that's most of the first hour sorted.

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    2. I don't understand the lack of response - you just make up a story and pick a record.

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    3. I told the truth & nothing happened.

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