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The Tallest Man on Earth was the highlight for me, here are his two performances from Jools, can't wait to catch this dude live myself next month..


King Of Spain...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8Twcp46kT4

Love Is All...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltV7dNxuYeY

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Thought he was ace too!

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He doesn't actually look that tall! :wink:

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thats right susie, just average height!!


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Was listening to Robert Elms today and he had Seun Kuti on, Fela Kuti's son, he of Afrobeat fame. He was fascinating, really interesting stuff about Nigeria and politics and hip hop. And he's as funky as f**k! Anyway, he's on Jools tonight. (And he's supposed to be a bit gorgeous too – but don't quote me on that, I have queer tastes!)x


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Cee-Lo Green was great tonight, I didn't catch the name of everyone else, I will watch again on Friday.

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Josh T. Pearson..... kinda lost for words after seeing his performance there, fucking amazing will cover it I think though...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/artists/d4b3 ... e#p00g94lw

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Eoin wrote:
Josh T. Pearson..... kinda lost for words after seeing his performance there, fucking amazing will cover it I think though...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/artists/d4b3 ... e#p00g94lw


Enjoyed him very much... in that lone bearded man with guitar, fresh off the mountain genre, they seem to have one every week.I Liked Fela's son, chip off the old block by the looks, but does he need the women with vibrating bottoms?... how do they do that?

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Wish I had a vibrating bottom... x


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Wish I had a vibrating bottom... x


Five pints of London Pride followed by a Chicken Vindaloo will sort one out for ye :wink:

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good show i thought meself and i particularly enjoyed robbie robertson's guitar playing.

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Not bad this week .. yes, I agree about Robbie Robertson's guitar playing, Clive - he's never been the greatest singer has he :wink: but a great guitarist and songwriter.

Loved Josh T Pearson - a real shining light - he has that ability to pull you in and make you listen. Looking forward to seeing him again - just wish I could get to one of the Drive by Truckers gigs where he's the support but the dates don't work unfortunately. I'll just have to wait for the End of the Road festival.

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Loved Josh T Pearson - a real shining light - he has that ability to pull you in and make you listen. Looking forward to seeing him again - just wish I could get to one of the Drive by Truckers gigs where he's the support but the dates don't work unfortunately. I'll just have to wait for the End of the Road festival.


He's also just announced an Evening With Josh T Pearson & Guests @ The Barbican in November which should be interesting... http://www.barbican.org.uk/music/event- ... p?ID=12275

Had tickets for Drive-By Truckers before they announced him as support but am even more super excited about that one now.

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Not bad this week .. yes, I agree about Robbie Robertson's guitar playing, Clive - he's never been the greatest singer has he


well he never needed to be with richard manuel and levon helm in the band

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Absolutely! Rick Danko too - 'it makes no difference' is one of my favourite Band songs.

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