Posts Tagged ‘Paolo Nutini’

Hey, I Put Some New Shoes on and Suddenly Everything Is Right February 25, 2008 No Comments

Today brought about with it a day of spending, first thing, my facebook ad served me up this pair of shoes, I though, cheap, perfect and loud, I love em! Next thing you know, mom and Jr come up for a visit, I get this Texas branded table. Texas, what a cool place, and how […]

they try to break us but we wont play along July 11, 2007 No Comments

Dave has got to be one of the coolest cats I’ve ever met. We used to ‘jam’ Chris Isaak, Wilco, and some various alt-rock gems on Sunday afternoons in a rented building with a healthy dose of Newcastle. 3 years ago I told Dave when I quit work, I’d buy his guitar, a nice Mexican […]

Stumble Across Another Poor Old Soul from the Dreary Old Lanes to the High-Street Madness April 10, 2007 1 Comment

Paolo Nutini and Casey Dienel are occupying my time tonight as I try like hell to find part two of this graph. David Byrne gave this presentation at SXSW about record companies, here’s the ‘old model,’ then he put one up of the ‘digital aggregate model’, and I can’t find it for the life of […]