normand wrote:I don't think I can make the Windmill gig tonight, is anyone else going? I may have to stalk the streets of Clapham instead looking for a bearded gent.
Norman, just be careful you don't get arrested...
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What, in Clapham? Are you kidding? If I ask the wrong person (despite Nikki's friendly reminder) the only ID I'll get shown is from an undercover cop.Gordon Neill wrote:Ask for some ID, Norman.
I don't think I can make the Windmill gig tonight, is anyone else going? I may have to stalk the streets of Clapham instead looking for a bearded gent.
Sorry. I can't listen to this song everyday. As much as I like listening to Traveling Wilburys, I was listening to them everyday, but I can't keep doing.
"Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get."
I am convinced that there is a longer version of "Something In The Air" by Thunderclap Newman that was on the later LP. It features a longer piano solo by Andy Newman that had been edited down for the 45.
Jonathan E. wrote:There's a 12" (and CD) single by a Robyx called "Pianonegro" that came out on Epic/CBS in 1990 â€” it's a sort of Italian ethnic disco type thing, designed I think for aerobics â€” but it has this piano that has always reminded me of the piano in "Something In The Air."
Jonathan E. wrote: And so, as a public service and potential exercise in masochism, I have made the Pianonegro track that I refer to available. You can download it as an mp3 from http://www.divshare.com/download/4264438-f93 â€” or you can play it from the page without a download, as you wish.
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