and KC was on top form. Gave lot's of chat and dusted off few classics. So many had never been played live before ... ever! Was great to hear live versions of Moral Tenderhooks, Mercy Killing and Spokes.
Personal highlight for me was Nooks. I love this song.
I have a sore head today. I'm blaming Rosti, DGS, Red Well and Argentina78 for this.
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Posted: Wed, 20th Sep, 11:38am Post subject:
Yes, well. The room is spinning a bit less, but the hangover shows no real signs of abating. I think it's an all-dayer. But I DON'T CARE cos I'm still feeling the lurve from last night. I particularly liked:
Princess Biscuit and Clarabelle's safe arrival despite a near-death experience on the way over . Little Pebble's warm heart song - an absolute treat. KC's filing system and introductions (aye, and the songs were nae bad either). The wee messages on the Gummi Bako flyers. Not being filmed - hurray! Pictish in playful mode - hear hear, QJ, about the whistling! To think that some poor fools left straight after KC and missed this - more fool them.
A massive thank you to all at Fence from a very grateful punter xxx
my hangover is one of those sleeeeepy ones. i want my bed.
anyway, the whistling, yes, the whistling, and kc the human beatbox... who knew? and into the smoke, and the hot chip cover, and the red well cover.
i heart the pictish trail.
i laugh at the stupid fools who left after kenny... like this;
but it was lovely to hear songs and hear the stories behind them too. i don't know why i picked my song, it was just the song i was listening to at the time i posted my request i think... i think every song is my favourite kc song when i hear them.
my kronenberg tasted like 70 shilling.
i drank it anyway.
a heartfelt thanks to the fence folks from me too... fandabbydosey. x
aaahhhh... in my tired state i forgot to say how great the little pebble set was....
the little pebble set was great! a lovely start to the evening.
and also, many many thanks to mr biscuit for keeping the head when our tyre exploded as we were doing 80 mph along the m8... dealing with that and also calming 4 scared girlies must've been... well... a bloody nightmare.
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