Monthly Archives: December 2011

He Got Game

Nothing to say really. This has been going through my head all day today. Public Enemy – He Got Game

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Definitely The Last

I love Alex Harvey but strangely this is the first time he has appeard here. The Sensational Alex Harvey Band – There’s No Lights On The Christmas Tree Mama, They’re Burning Big Louie Corrrect link now in place 

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Picture Me Gone

Here is one of my all time favourite northern tracks and one of the first that I ever bought on 7″. Madeline Bell’s version of the track was released in 1967 on the Philips label but it took until the … Continue reading

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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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