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 Post subject: Belfast Concert Go-er
PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2008 4:13 pm 
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:*: Hello to all in the Richard Hawley forum. A new member so forgive me if I don't post correctly. Just wanted to thank Richard, his band and the support The Villains for a FANTASTIC concert in Belfast on Saturday night. It was my first RH 'do', went with my sister and partner - we all loved it. Only problem was I felt about 90 years of age as I had to ask for a couple of seats!!!!!!! I think I'm turning into my mother!
My sister is a couple of weeks away from giving birth to her first child - baby kicked in appreciation all night!! I have really bad vertigo at the minute and can't stand up so what a pair!!! Can't wait until the next live session - RH sounds a million times better live ,doesn't he?
LOVED IT!!! :*:


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Eoin wrote:
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thats a bit rude - yer miserable git. :P


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thats a bit rude



So, what's new? :roll:


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thats a bit rude



So, what's new? :roll:


true 'nuff!

how to put a 'newbie' off in one easy lesson :*:


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Sorry, we're trying to 'tidy up' a bit to keep the forum a bit tidier and avoid duplicating topics. We're working on some new FAQs and some guidelines we'll mail to newbies when we activate them.

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exactly, they will be done and on the forum for everyone to have a read of tonight.

So now can we have this thread back to Belfast please if I have to delete any more posts I am locking it. enough bullshit for one day.

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Eoin wrote:
exactly, they will be done and on the forum for everyone to have a read of tonight.

So now can we have this thread back to Belfast please if I have to delete any more posts I am locking it. enough bullshit for one day.


consider meself told off. soz.

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:*: Hello to all in the Richard Hawley forum. A new member so forgive me if I don't post correctly. Just wanted to thank Richard, his band and the support The Villains for a FANTASTIC concert in Belfast on Saturday night. It was my first RH 'do', went with my sister and partner - we all loved it. Only problem was I felt about 90 years of age as I had to ask for a couple of seats!!!!!!! I think I'm turning into my mother!
My sister is a couple of weeks away from giving birth to her first child - baby kicked in appreciation all night!! I have really bad vertigo at the minute and can't stand up so what a pair!!! Can't wait until the next live session - RH sounds a million times better live ,doesn't he?
LOVED IT!!! :*:



Hi Caroline ignore the gibbering baboons that replied to your post,many thanks and glad you enjoyed it welcome to the forum and hope all goes well with the birth of your sisters baby :wink:

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 Post subject: I feel honoured!
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:*: Goodness, I feel really happy that RH replied to my post. I think I'm a total novice compared to the other members, and don't lead so exciting lives!! I am awaiting the arrival of Coles Corner from CD WOW - is it just me or is an actual CD album not so much more tangible and nicer than a download version. Maybe I'm stuck in the dark ages!! :*:


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 Post subject: Re: I feel honoured!
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:*: Goodness, I feel really happy that RH replied to my post. I think I'm a total novice compared to the other members, and don't lead so exciting lives!! I am awaiting the arrival of Coles Corner from CD WOW - is it just me or is an actual CD album not so much more tangible and nicer than a download version. Maybe I'm stuck in the dark ages!! :*:


CDs are much preferable to downloads - hard drives need backing up or you lose the downloads so you end up burning the tracks to CD anyway.

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 Post subject: links on reply
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Listened to bit of music on My Space - Cousteau site - really like the sound!


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Thank you, try Liam's site as well as that's where the new songs are.

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 Post subject: Re: I feel honoured!
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carolinef wrote:
:*: Goodness, I feel really happy that RH replied to my post. I think I'm a total novice compared to the other members, and don't lead so exciting lives!! I am awaiting the arrival of Coles Corner from CD WOW - is it just me or is an actual CD album not so much more tangible and nicer than a download version. Maybe I'm stuck in the dark ages!! :*:


Welcome Caroline - it's a nice place really :D I like Cd's too - and vinyl records! :wink:

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hello & welcome :D

sorry for earlier posts - just takin the p*ss outta eoin. for a change.


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