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 on: May 10, 2024, 01:21:34 PM 
Started by Jules Gray - Last post by DarrenWilliams
No idea, but I did recently see something somewhere (Facebook possibly) about Eliza hinting at its re-emergence.

Just great to have it available again, even though I bought the withdrawn release a few years ago.

Hopefully we may see similar releases by Nic Jones and others?

 42 
 on: May 10, 2024, 10:54:09 AM 
Started by Jules Gray - Last post by Jules Gray
So in the latest installment of the Bright Phoebus debacle, it seems that the album has reappeared on streaming platforms (well, Spotify at the very least). Anybody know what the inside scoop is?

Jules

 43 
 on: May 10, 2024, 10:24:51 AM 
Started by davidmjs - Last post by bassline (Mike)


I just noticed my badly executed cut and pate job - caused by posting and cooking at the same time.

In case anybody can't figure it out, the 1977 show ticket cost £4.25.
This is £28.29 in today's money - based on a fiver, because the programme couldn't deal with £4.25.


And yes, David's new song - Pay The Piper or whatever it is - is not very lively.



£24.04 according to the Bank of England inflation calculator, but then it could be argued they do have an active interest in minimising inflation calculations...


Governments and NGO's having a vested interest in falsifying statistics ? Nah...I can't see that.... Wink

 44 
 on: May 10, 2024, 08:58:24 AM 
Started by Alan2 - Last post by davidmjs

Tudor Lodge  :  It All Comes Back  (Scenescof  CD, 1998).

This is a nice collection of outtakes, acetates  etc. Not always the best audio, but very well mastered and listenable.

Linda Thompson completists might be interested  to know she appears on 4 tracks.


Really?  I didn't know that...then again she did sing on hundreds of sessions

 45 
 on: May 10, 2024, 08:40:17 AM 
Started by Alan2 - Last post by Alan2
Tudor Lodge  :  It All Comes Back  (Scenescof  CD, 1998).

This is a nice collection of outtakes, acetates  etc. Not always the best audio, but very well mastered and listenable.

Linda Thompson completists might be interested  to know she appears on 4 tracks.

 46 
 on: May 10, 2024, 08:37:07 AM 
Started by Alan2 - Last post by Alan2

The Lovely Eggs, after reading an article about them on the Guardian site this morning.

Instant like.


I just discovered them by way of a conversation with a much younger person, a few weeks ago.   There's a Richard Brautigan connection, apparently.  

 47 
 on: May 10, 2024, 08:22:51 AM 
Started by davidmjs - Last post by davidmjs

I just noticed my badly executed cut and pate job - caused by posting and cooking at the same time.

In case anybody can't figure it out, the 1977 show ticket cost £4.25.
This is £28.29 in today's money - based on a fiver, because the programme couldn't deal with £4.25.


And yes, David's new song - Pay The Piper or whatever it is - is not very lively.



£24.04 according to the Bank of England inflation calculator, but then it could be argued they do have an active interest in minimising inflation calculations...

 48 
 on: May 10, 2024, 07:26:14 AM 
Started by Alan2 - Last post by DarrenWilliams
The Lovely Eggs, after reading an article about them on the Guardian site this morning.

Instant like.

 49 
 on: May 09, 2024, 11:23:52 PM 
Started by davidmjs - Last post by bassline (Mike)
I just noticed my badly executed cut and pate job - caused by posting and cooking at the same time.

In case anybody can't figure it out, the 1977 show ticket cost £4.25.
This is £28.29 in today's money - based on a fiver, because the programme couldn't deal with £4.25.


And yes, David's new song - Pay The Piper or whatever it is - is not very lively.

 50 
 on: May 09, 2024, 07:34:41 PM 
Started by Will S - Last post by davidmjs


John Bramwell and the Full Harmonic Trio in Chester last night.  

Just the most wondrous gig - musically, practically, everything.  John knows how to write a beautiful song - every single one of his can touch the heart in a very special way and some of them, oh my God...

If the trio are in your neck of the woods (and they are) don't miss out...

https://johnbramwell.com/tours

I  saw him in Oxted a few weeks ago. I didn't think he was anything special, but most of the audience loved the show.


Most of the audience were right Wink Grin

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