"Sunshine on Leith" always makes me cry...
Hah! nice one my friend.. the Glesga accent is not the easiest one in the world to understaund heh?My party piece is 'Boston Rose' and is usually sung in what I would like to think of a close rendition to that of the 'Wolfetones'.Yup... I may well be delusional.
I'm with Leah, 'Sunshine on Leith' makes me bubble with nostalgia. My favourite is 'I'm gonna be (500 miles)'. That's the man for me.
Leah; it's one of those songs right enough!xxxJimmy; You should hear some of the accents in this corner!I can just hear ya singin' 'Boston Rose'!Sav; Touch of 'the vapours' darlin'?xoxoxMadame DF; '500 miles' is part of our rep.It will be dedicated to your good self on the next outing.xxx
The first one made me smile and the tune was stuck in my head all day! Thanks for starting the day off right...even if it took me all day to get back to posting such. :)
hope; glad to be of service.xxx
it's the accent, sugar! always makes me sigh! ;~D xoxox
Warms the wee heart;-)
Sav; Aye! xoxoxMomo; och! ;¬)
I heard an interview of these two once. No idea what they said!Pearl
Pearl; Maybe it's the proximity to Scotland, and the celtic cousins thing, but I don't have problems with the accent.We've got so many accents on this side anyway, some of them are almost different dialects. :¬0 xxx
Never really got all the God stuff going on in the Reids' music, but their version of My Old Friend the Blues is a great interpretation of Steve's classic. And who couldn't love Letter From America?
Bock; nice one. Hadn't heard this. Ta.
love love love these guys. Thanks :-)
The one on the right with the glasses is the living image of Stray Photon!(They must be x-ray spex I guess....);?xxxMort
debra; welcome. And you are welcome. Anytime.Mort; I'll just have to take your word for that! Welcome to Mapland.