I'm on it, just so I own my own name, and actually a couple of people have contacted me via the site (I don't have a website so that's what comes up in internet searches of my name).
And then I get requests to "connect" with people - some of whom I know personally, some I know who they are professionally, and some are just out of the blue like this guy - I am of course assuming this is a kind of Nigerian scam, but I'm actually genuinely interested in who the fuck could he actually be targeting?
The cheap, crass, filthy, unscrupulous, devious, inhumane, immoral shadow-world of Murdoch media thrives, without relent and without remorse, as though the Leveson Inquiry never happened. There is no pie into which its rotten-nailed fingers will not dip. To have made me feel sympathetic towards Tulisa is some achievement. The Ukraine story needs no embellishment.
I caught this lot supporting Conor Oberst at the Glasgow o2 ABC last night. They opened for him and then backed him during his set. I had never heard their stuff before, but I thought the gig was excellent. It was one of those occasions when the support act turns out to be better than the headliner.
Has to be a few fans here. I have a single track, Just The Morning, which is gorgeous. So I'm thinking of getting some more. So first stop is the album that's on, I Love Everybody. Any other recommendations, whole albums, or good tracks on lesser albums?
Submitted by Junior Wells on 22 July 2014 - 7:01am
Just picked up a second hand ,excellent condition Sony Japanese album Santana live in Japan. Credited to the New Santana Band ,no Rolie or Schon but has Shrieve. Recorded in July 73 it's not Lotus and is particularly interesting as it is back to just Carlos on guitar.
So to my question. This album seems to have passed me by and I can find few references to it.
Anyone know stuff about it?
If the task of convincing people to vote No in the referendum was turned over to Siobhan from PR firm 'Perfect Curve' what ideas would her team come up with?
'Scotland's Batter Together' - new show where chippies vie to make the most unusual deep fried treats, possible Hairy Bikers project
'Scotland's Nutter Together' hosted by Russ Abbot as his 'See You Jimmy' character on the history of the Glasgow Kiss (not to be confused with the Aberdeen metal tribute act - Kilts Army) with headbutting competition starring Susan Boyle , Ross King, John Gordon Sinclair and Donald 'where's ma hairpiece?' Trump. Soundtrack by John Otway
'Scotland's Putter Together' the Celeb Golf Show could mark the TV comeback of John Leslie, pairing Scottish and English stars in a 9 hole competition.
So c'mon guys, let's hear those ideas. Put them in a perculator and see what comes out brown
* taken from an online brainstorm with Jolean in response to this abomination
After 114 caps and another disappointing World Cup, the skipper has waved farewell to the three lions. Whilst he always gave his all in the white shirt, it's difficult to see his England career as anything other than a disappointment. I guess the same is true for most England players of the modern era, with the exception of Cole & Beckham perhaps.
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first Knebworth festival, Rock Music Memorabilia has produced a huge commemorative set covering the first seven festivals, produced in a strictly limited edition of only 150. The set includes 25 CDs, 4 DVDs, 70 photographs, six full-size posters and two t-shirts, plus loads of other memorabilia from the festivals.