Tuesday, August 15, 2006

two links nicked from Auntie Beeb

The Who are to debut the full version of their new song cycle at The Electric Proms. How apt. Damon Albarn and Paul Simonon's new band, The Good, The Bad and The Queen will also perform for the first time.

And, the new DOCTOR WHO "assistant" (God, that term is so bloody coy - but then, so is "companion"), Freema Agyeman, is interviewed
here. She's cuter than a three year old juggling kittens.

5 comments:

RAB said...

It's a month later and this American fan still hasn't been able to hear the alleged new Who songs. It's all been a hoax to mess with my head, hasn't it, and there aren't really any new songs, are there? Or are we supposed to believe no one could be bothered to upload it?

A lot of us voted against Bush every chance we got, and don't deserve to be punished just because you hate him as much as we do! Besides, Tony Blair. More than enough blame to go around.

Mark said...

You may very well have to take it up with Steve Jobs himself. Or failing that, emigrate.

RAB said...

I lived in London for over a year, and walked past Eel Pie Studio every day -- it was between my flat and the high street -- never had a chance to meet the man himself, but did bump into his daughter Emma once. What more must I do to prove my devotion?

Mark said...

Join your nearest Meher Baba retreat, and contemplate until your drop soul finally reaches the ocean of divinity. At which point, Wire And Glass should appear automatically on your iPod.

RAB said...

And once we begin this process of involution, Steve Jobs and Fidel Castro and I will all know ourselves as one divine entity divided only by the illusion of otherness, a necessary illusion because there can be no such thing as self-knowledge when all is self? Okay, cool...but it seems like an awful lot of trouble just to avoid releasing a Who single in the States...