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2012 13 Dez

Saturday Night in Glasgow (once upon a time)

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James McNair: On Saturday Night from HATS you sing,“Meet me outside the Cherry Light“ – was that a pub or a club in Glasgow?

Paul Buchanan: No, it’s just an image, really. If I’m being honest, there was a BHS I knew on Sauchiehall Street, and outside there with the window all lit up was a popular place to meet your date. You’d see other guys waiting on their girls. Cherry Light just seemed more poetic than British Home Stores.

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  1. Michael Engelbrecht:

    The first time I heared about The Blue Nile was in an English garden when Andy Partridge (in the early 90s) praised the brilliance of A WALK ACROSS THE ROOFTOPS. He praised nearly every note of it, and that meant something for Andy Partridge, the XTC-man! Who, during that long evening, played me some unfisnished tracks of his instrumental works with Peter Blegvad. Their new collaboration, GONWARDS, is just out.

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