Friday, November 15, 2013

Yeah Baby


Let's get the funkin' weekend in heah.

Charles Earland - 'Coming To You Live' (1980)

18 comments:

  1. Wonderful sleeve. Looks like he's turned up for the shoot a day early and they've yet to clear out yesterday's Storm Thorgerson session.

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    1. I don't feel enough of a brother to carry that one off.

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    2. We should endeavour to fill the comments section today to make up for tueday's poorly attended post.

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    3. What makes it worse is 56 people have downloaded the track. Ingrates.

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    4. I didn't feel qualified to contribute what with only having the one Vangelis album.

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    5. Commenting here is qualification-free. Is it the Chariots Of Fire soundtrack?

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    6. It's called L'Apocalypse des Animaux and I have no idea why I own it. Although, if memory serves it is actually very pleasant in an Erik Satie way.

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  3. Writes Standard Friday night comment. Apologises for lack of comment on Tuesday. Shuffles off to look for alcohol.

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    1. Hope you found some. Mrs H and me have finished the wine but it being a cold night and all I might have a little bit of that rum in the cupboard

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  4. Yeah baby indeed! I've got this album "still in shrink". I was wondering what to post, this has made my mind up. Upstairs to dig in a 12" box.

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  5. Still In Shrink there - three more from them later.

    *heads over to Darcy's*

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  6. Erm.. can I just say hello to everybody? Last time I came here I almost ended up physically restrained so I'm going to sit in a corner quiet and still, have only a small beer and then I'll go back to my home sweet home for a good night's sleep. I'm not even watching Italy vs. Germany on the telly, but I'm pretty sure our good friend Walter is enjoying the game so I'm raising my glass to him.

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  7. Surely the only Vangelis record one should have is the Bladerunner soundtrack. Unless I'm very much mistaken (which has happened before admittedly).


    Is Children In Need over yet?

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    1. God, I hope so. Daren't flick onto BBC1 though just in case it hasn't.

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  8. The first 15 seconds in and I'm an ass wrigglin' fool at the breakfast table ... woops! There go the eggs! Delish track!

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