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Old 30th June 2007, 01:02 AM
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Hi Chris. I also played breakfast in America last night Great LP, Not a bad song on it.

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Old 30th June 2007, 11:32 PM
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Cake surely gave us the best version of "I will survive".
Yup, it's good but I reckon WP's has the edge on the covers frontage.

But even more important is that their own stuff is sooper fab. Check 'Short Skirt, Long Jacket' and 'Never There'.

Rock/Pop music of the purist form. Fun, original and organic.



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Old 30th June 2007, 11:34 PM
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Hi Chris. I also played breakfast in America last night Great LP, Not a bad song on it.

Ian.

Aaarrrgghh. My GF exposed me to this LP a few months back.

I still have trouble sleeping

Make it go away mummy, it scares me....

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Radiohaead Pablo Honey, White stripes Ickey Thump and Amy Winehouse Back To Black all on vinyl great stuff.
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If it makes you feel any better Dave, Supertramps Sax player John Helliwell played at the small pub we used to own (in the 90's). Having left ST with what I guess was a fair sum of money, he enrolled himself in Leeds COM, to "learn how to play saxaphone" (his words). Nice bloke though.
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If it makes you feel any better Dave, Supertramps Sax player John Helliwell played at the small pub we used to own (in the 90's). Having left ST with what I guess was a fair sum of money, he enrolled himself in Leeds COM, to "learn how to play saxaphone" (his words). Nice bloke though.
Now there's a thing. Just a I read this post, he's giving his all on stage at Wembley.
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Hmm, I just wandered into the house and heard the sound coming out of the radio, FWIW, (looking at the BBC's web page) thats was just "Roger Hodgson of Supertramp" I would hope John would have had more sense than being involved with the horrible noise I heard.
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I hope there's a better sound balance in the stadium than the BBC are achieving
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Sound balance is alot better on Radio 2 compared to the TV. Doesn't change the fact that some acts are dire and terribly out of tune on vocals. Says alot about studio technology that can sharpen or flatten the voice to get it in tune. Status Quo were apalling. The same three cords were ok but the vocals awful. Anyway, interesting that we are apparently starting to follow the Eastern way and worship our dead ancestors.
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If it makes you feel any better Dave, Supertramps Sax player John Helliwell played at the small pub we used to own (in the 90's).
Awwww..thanks for trying NickG but I think it was the combined force of all the members of ST giving it their all that got to me not just the sax

Ironically the Music tutor I studied Bass guitar with at Goldsmiths in Lundun went for the audition to be bassist for ST back in the 70's.

He didn't get the job. A lucky escape he reckoned in hindsight. I think he was just saying that to be cool. I'm sure he'd have made more money and he'd deffo not had have to put up with me for 2 years being class anorak/geek/swot.

I've had some wine and medication, I should be OK soon.... thanks for your concern though
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