Thursday, April 28, 2011

Soul Thursday


Sometimes, when there is much malarkey abroad and blether in the air, a person needs some old soul in their ears to drown the nonsense out.

Roscoe Robinson - 'That's Enough' (1966)

[One of Paul Weller's Desert Island Discs, as it goes].

10 comments:

  1. A belter of a song, have you heard How Much Pressure? Even better than this

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  2. Another delight to sit alongside Miss Ally's spinnings from last night..

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  3. whenever kindly folks dig out their northern classics you can bet i've never heard them before ever ever. I don't quite understand it. i mean what have i been doing when i should've been digging this lovely? ta anyhow sweetcheeks- i've even found a thingy lets me download stuff to ridiculous appley devices so i'll be fighting blether too.
    x

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  4. I heard this for the first time only a few weeks ago on Weller's Desert Island Discs (I've been trawling through the Beeb's lovely downloadable archive - go grab some!). Will have to go in search of 'Pressure' too Drew, ta.

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  5. No need Mr H.

    http://www.box.net/shared/0leg35iuks

    wv - solies

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  6. You are an officer and a gentleman.

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  7. And phwoar, that's a smoker.

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  8. So it would seem soul Th. is followed by forgotten F. that is followed by sufferin' Sat. because, I'm thinkin,' you were at the Royal W. and are still recoverin.' Wasn't that you sitting scrunched up close to the Queen of Denmark on your right and some dish that is not Mrs. H. on your left? I say, I saw you on the tele. Good thing they didn't play any Roscoe at the big event.

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  9. Rumbled! Pippa sends hugs.

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