Monthly Archives: December 2011

Gigs Of The Year

This year saw me attending more gigs than I did last year but there were still loads that I was unable to attend due to financial constraints or travelling with work. Like last year the accolade of worst gig of … Continue reading

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DJ L Suggests . . .

. . . You might like to listen to Lunaire. He reckons it’s a particularly nice piece of Shoegaze with just the right amount of twee and goes particularly well with the Arctic landscape outside. Personally,  I think that this … Continue reading

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A Reference To Beer On A Friday Can Mean Only One Thing

This is to keep Anon happy he has been rather quiet of late and well it is Christmas after all. It is also an excuse for me to post one of the best titled songs I have come across. The … Continue reading

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It’s Friday . . . Let’s Dance

I don’t know about where you are but it’s “bloody baltic” up hear in the frozen north. I’m not sure why we say this as the Baltic isn’t a  particularly cold place b ut we do and it most certainly … Continue reading

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Last One I Promise . . . Well Mebbie

This will be the last christmas track, well unlesss I have an urge to post something else. I eventually got a copy of this on 7″ single earlier this year while digging through the boxes on the floor in Head … Continue reading

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Winston Smith

Following on from yesterday’s post, here is a track in honour of the anti hero of 1984. Winston Smith is one of the highlights from Dogs seciond album Tall Tales From Under The Table. I still think that they would … Continue reading

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Don’t know what it is about this song but when I listen to it I automatically think of these lines:- It was bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen. Winston Smith, his chin nuzzled into his … Continue reading

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Anothor Bloody Christmas Song Drew?

I had a successful day yesterday on the Byres Road and Gt Western Road. Suffice to say all presents are now bought and I also managed to get a few things in my favourite second hand record shop for good … Continue reading

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I Suppose It’s Time

I have just put the tree up and at this moment L is still enjoying decorating it. Give her time and she will be at the end of her tether as the boys take off what she has put on, … Continue reading

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It’s Friday . . . Let’s Dance

A lot later than normal. Not had a chance to think about this but this was what I was listening to when I thought that my time had come yesterday while flying on the orange airline from Glasgow to Belfast. … Continue reading

Posted in Boy's own, Dance, friday, Primal Scream, Terry Farley | 3 Comments