I read a five star review of her latest album, which hopefully means a return to form. Her last was poor.
For me this remains her greatest moment and for ages I thought it was her own song, but actually it was recorded in the 60’s by Three Dog Night,
I’d just like to point out that on February 25th I predicted that The Ting Tings would be the next big thing.
A fortnight ago they were number one.
Don’t believe me?
Here’s the proof.
I’ve been catching up on old Jools Holland Shows and I’ve only a few left before I am in real time. Imagine my delight then to fall upon this – Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds playing probably the best song I’ve heard this year (perhaps The Rip by Portishead excluded).
Just dwell on this won’t you.
Look at the passion of every single member of this immense band. And try to work out thier average age. I’ll give you a clue. Cave is 50 and for my money he looks one of the youngest. The boy on Rock and Roll violin is sublime.
Later in this particular show I stumbled upon this.
My mate Iain Hawk has been raving about Glasvegas for months in a visionary sort of way. This demonstrates why – thier own song; Geraldine. One thing I really like about them is the way they’ve inverted the usual rock and roll cliches.
The drummer’s a burd. And bloody good at it too, despite the lack of a bass drum (Yes, I know… White Stripes…)
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