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Last night when I went to see Cut In The Hill Gang I purchased their new LP, Hung Up.. Unfortunatly I don't have a turntable here in Glasgow so I won't be able to listen to it until JUNE DAMMIT!!!

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June :o:console2:

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June :o:console2:

Yeah, I could've bought the CD, but I'm such a sucker for vinyl.. Only got myself to blame. :D

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Yeah, I could've bought the CD, but I'm such a sucker for vinyl.. Only got myself to blame. :D

Don't blame you at all for going for the vinyl :D

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CD - The best of Fats Waller.

Realised that I didn't have any when I fancied listening to some.

Rectified that fast enough with the kind assistance of Ebay and £1.49 +pp

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Babel

Check 'em out at: http://www.myspace.com/babelbristol

They are currently touring the UK.

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Some words about the album:

"(An) outstanding full-length debut by the Bristol six-piece. Babel write some terrific tunes with unexpected twists.. ( **** )"

(Mojo Magazine)

"..a remarkable second album. ( **** )"

(Uncut Magazine)

"an album of inventive, touching and triumphant pop songs.. a true success."

(Clash Magazine)

"Batten down the hatches everybody, folk has grown muscles. Babel have an assuredness that's just cocky enough to be attention grabbing and just handclappy enough to make your guts go gooey."

(NME)

"..Crooked Timber is as good a debut as you're likely to hear. ( **** )"

(Rock 'n' Reel Magazine)

".. Babel sing their own unique & uplifting tune. ( *** )"

(Q Magazine)

"a blessed relief... with a strong potential to be a repeated favourite as autumn comes around."

(CMU Daily)

"A fine debut."

(The Epoch Times)

"Quietly ace."

(Rock Sound magazine)

"Oddness, wrapped in the cushioning miasma that is the acoustic guitar. Drama for the beardy brigade"

(Artrocker Magazine)

"an assured and compelling debut."

(Bristol Evening Post)

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Ooh thanks for the link and info! I've heard of them and they are on my list to check out.

I had never heard of them until yesterday. It was my girlfriend who saw that they were playing in Glasgow and she knew who they were since before. I'm really happy we went to see them, a really remarkable band!

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I had never heard of them until yesterday. It was my girlfriend who saw that they were playing in Glasgow and she knew who they were since before. I'm really happy we went to see them, a really remarkable band!

I forget where I heard of them - maybe Mojo. Hopefully they will tour stateside :D

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Picked up a nice version of John Baldry's " It Ain't Easy " c/w 8 previously unreleased bonus tracks

Love his version of " Flying " B)

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Whohoo!! I found Blue Cheer's second single, Just A Little Bit / Gypsy Ball, with picture sleeve and all from 1968!!

(bad picture)

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The Gossip's "Movement." Great blues/punk sound. Kinda like Janis Joplin if she ran into the Ramones.

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Two vinyls:

Tammy Wynette's debut album, Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad.

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A classic Willie Nelson album, Phases and Stages.

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Two vinyls:

Tammy Wynette's debut album, Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad.

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A classic Willie Nelson album, Phases and Stages.

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:D Great finds!

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They've got a couple of great one's over here in Glasgow that I use to attend on the weekends. Can't wait til Saturday comes! :D

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They've got a couple of great one's over here in Glasgow that I use to attend on the weekends. Can't wait til Saturday comes! :D

I'd go but it's a wee bit far to get to, much as I'm wanting to go there :D

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Whohoo!! I found Blue Cheer's second single, Just A Little Bit / Gypsy Ball, with picture sleeve and all from 1968!!

(bad picture)

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Nice find dude! I love Blue Cheer.

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I'd go but it's a wee bit far to get to, much as I'm wanting to go there :D

LOL, I'm sure there is a bunch of 'em around where you are as well.

Nice find dude! I love Blue Cheer.

Thanks, me too! Dickie Peterson has one of the coolest rock voices of all time. He sounds arrogant and angry, just the way it's supposed to do in rock'n'roll. Fits perfect to their raw sound! :D

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