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PostPosted: Sat Apr 23, 2011 12:59 am 
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I forgot to watch this week. I will have to catch up on the internet. It doesn't seem like Friday with it being a Bank Holiday, not that I am at work at the moment. :?

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i saw some of fleet foxes doing their new songs- sounded good to me

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I caught up with it eventually. I just love the harmonies of the fleet foxes.

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I really must catch up with this too :)

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I adore Fleet Foxes but for me K D Lang was the highlight, only ever think of her singing constant craving but dang that woman can sing! Then in the wee small hours this morning I caught a concert she did with the BBC concert orchestra. Made me want to go see her live, she's doing a few dates in the Uk soon, I'm tempted.....great voice but lovely presence too


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Highlight for me was Vintage Trouble, never heard of them before and thought they were ace. really good tight sound for a four piece, singer & guitarist were both fantastic. reminded me of a soul version of Jim Jones Revue. apparently they are touring U.K. in May too. might have to go and see them!

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Bradford Lass wrote:
I adore Fleet Foxes but for me K D Lang was the highlight, only ever think of her singing constant craving but dang that woman can sing! Then in the wee small hours this morning I caught a concert she did with the BBC concert orchestra. Made me want to go see her live, she's doing a few dates in the Uk soon, I'm tempted.....great voice but lovely presence too


Get thee to Manchester 31st May - have seen KD Lang a couple of times over the years - the first time was at Machester Apollo in the early 90's when at 30+ years of age I felt like I was the oldest person there - then again a couple of years ago at The Bridgewater Hall when at the age of 50+ I felt like one of the youngest members of the audience...

The audience had gone from out right raucous nut jobs to restrained national trust card carrying members - OK almost 20 years had passed - but I hope the raucous nut jobs come back for this years gig.

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Highlight for me was Vintage Trouble, never heard of them before and thought they were ace. really good tight sound for a four piece, singer & guitarist were both fantastic. reminded me of a soul version of Jim Jones Revue. apparently they are touring U.K. in May too. might have to go and see them!


I thought they were great, very lively.

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Get thee to Manchester 31st May


I might just have to do that.


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