Comments written on other sites from July 2004

Rodcorp: London street signs

What a coincidence - but an hour before reading this I was walking through London Fields and noticed a similar “recording own history” set of signs for the first time: “MARTELLO ST / FORMERLY / xxxx ST” (I forget what name it formerly was unfortunately).

On 19 July 2004. Permalink

Said the Gramophone: i am so glad that you’re here

There’s stuff about the Numbers Stations all over the place, but this site seems to have quite a bit on them…

On 20 July 2004. Permalink

Said the Gramophone: a song for someone who needs somewhere to long for

I loved the first Kings of Convenience album, but thought it would be enough. More of the same would be overdoing it I thought. But you convinced me I should buy the new one, so I did, and it’s great. Thanks.

On 23 July 2004. Permalink

Music For Robots: rice and…

I rarely by any hip hop/rap stuff, but that’s an awesome track and I was pleased to find the CD in my local store. Thanks for the tip!

On 23 July 2004. Permalink

Largehearted boy: Tuesday Tune (Jack White Goes Country)

Thanks for the tip… I’m partial to a bit of country, but I probably wouldn’t have bought (or even heard) Van Lear Rose. Now I have it and I’m happy.

On 23 July 2004. Permalink

Said the Gramophone: like the weather

There was a time when ‘My Baby Just Cares for Me’ was all I knew of Nina Simone. It took a long time for me to realise how much more there was. The other day I ended up listening to ‘Just in Time’ on loop for the best part of a couple of hours, after hearing it in ‘Before Sunset’. Thanks for the tracks, as ever.

On 30 July 2004. Permalink

St pancras chambers on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

If Map Club were an experimental indie rock band, this group photo would be in the CD booklet of their first album.

On 30 July 2004. Permalink