Unheard songs in EMI Vaults?

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Post by theraven1979 » 09 Oct 2003, 08:53

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While I`m on what the fuck is BRUN DORE ???! and who is
Some rare stuff still in the vaults by the looks of it.

Jim
Not as rare as you think.

It is Golden Brown



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Post by Alex » 09 Oct 2003, 09:06

This is weird; Milton Mezzrow (misspelt Milton Mezro) credited on "Ain't Nothin to it".
He was the inspiration for the song but he was definitely dead in 1981.

While I'm on the subject of Mezz, if you like reading about drugs, guns, loose women, bootleg whiskey, murder, blackmail, jazz and guys with fucked up faces, I reccomend "Really the Blues" Mezz's autobiography.
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theraven1979 wrote:.........just sussing that A Perfect Day is in fact Un Jour Parfait but what the fuck is "A Half A Mile Long"??? Â (apart from my cock)
There is quite a difference between miles and inches. I'm only going by what your missus told me.
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Post by theraven1979 » 09 Oct 2003, 13:46

:D

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Post by Manna Machine » 09 Oct 2003, 16:28

Alex wrote:This is weird; Milton Mezzrow (misspelt Milton Mezro) credited on "Ain't Nothin to it".
He was the inspiration for the song but he was definitely dead in 1981.

While I'm on the subject of Mezz, if you like reading about drugs, guns, loose women, bootleg whiskey, murder, blackmail, jazz and guys with fucked up faces, I reccomend "Really the Blues" Mezz's autobiography.
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:D He wrote the lyrics...they're from one of his books ? I think.... :sarky:
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Post by C r a s s ! » 09 Oct 2003, 20:13

paulinblack wrote:
While I`m on what the fuck is BRUN DORE ???! and who is
Some rare stuff still in the vaults by the looks of it.

Jim
Not as rare as you think.

It is Golden Brown



.......................................crass :)
Is there an echo in here ?

:D

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I know - I got bored reading through it so I got to my point without trawling thru the rest! Can you blame me?

Eric - any luck?

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Post by theraven1979 » 09 Oct 2003, 20:22

Not as rare as you think.

It is Golden Brown



.......................................crass :)
Is there an echo in here ?

:D

Paul
I know - I got bored reading through it so I got to my point without trawling thru the rest! Can you blame me?

Eric - any luck?

.......................................crass :p
You got bored reading through this???!!! Â :0

Your problem Crass is that you`re just too cool :D :D :tosser:

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Edited By theraven1979 on Oct. 09 2003 at 20:25
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Post by C r a s s ! » 09 Oct 2003, 20:23

Yes
Surprising innit?

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Post by theraven1979 » 09 Oct 2003, 20:27

Yep, specially as you managed to read Eric's post even though you were bored - musta taken strong will power to bring yourself to read that Crass.

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Post by C r a s s ! » 10 Oct 2003, 08:57

theraven1979 wrote:Yep, specially as you managed to read Eric's post even though you were bored - musta taken strong will power to bring yourself to read that Crass.

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Calm down strange little girl.
Do you have a high horse by any chance?
I went back to see Paul's original quote, if that's alright with you....

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Post by theraven1979 » 10 Oct 2003, 09:24

C r a s s ! wrote:
Yep, specially as you managed to read Eric's post even though you were bored - musta taken strong will power to bring yourself to read that Crass.

Jim
Calm down strange little girl.
Do you have a high horse by any chance?
I went back to see Paul's original quote, if that's alright with you....

.......................................crass :thumbs:
I dunno the most interesting thread on this site for a long time and Crass reckons he skipped it - whatever


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Post by Grenouille » 10 Oct 2003, 11:24

Ok I try in English (once again).

JL VINATIER e-mailed me. He bought in the late eighties the rights (authorization) for doing a french version of GB. He played it live with his band 5 or 6 times during 1994 and 1995.Nowadays he's working on it with his pianist for a duet.
The translation has been made by an english teacher.
He told me that his version was close to the band version.

Interresting isnt'it ??? Of course, Eric, of course. ;)

P/S : And if someone here wants to improve his French talking, I have the french lyrics. (I can feel your impatience).
Je te prends dans mes bras, on verra c'que ça donnera....et puis par petits pas...tu me BAISERAS !


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