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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Mar 14 Mai - 7:13

MacGowan cherche un dentiste afin de pouvoir démarrer une carrière à Hollywood ...
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Sam 18 Mai - 8:57

Shane dans le doc "Basically, Johnny Moped"
trailer : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tELNUGii58M&sns=tw
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Ven 5 Juil - 12:53

Danny boy chanté par cait o'riordan: avec un petit air de funérailles.
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Mer 18 Sep - 15:15

Amnesty International announces the Ambassador of Conscience Award 2013. Both Malala Yousafzai & Harry Belafonte were jointly announced as the 2013 recipients at The Mansion House - Dublin, Ireland - Tuesday 17th September 2013





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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Mer 18 Sep - 15:24

Razz 
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Mer 18 Sep - 20:51

Shane & The Nips...Laughing 
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Jeu 19 Sep - 9:45

PASCAL a écrit:
Shane & The Nips...Laughing 
toi aussi tu as remarqué !

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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Jeu 19 Sep - 20:35

Shocked 
 
Tu m'étonnes qu'il est épuisé le pauvre homme...
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Sam 21 Sep - 11:00

Le polo est raccord, blanc sur blanc...

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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Jeu 16 Jan - 11:10

quand un journaliste auto du Parisien essaie une Jaguar et cherche à donner une image de la consommation du monstre, ça donne ça :
Le mode on/off adopté jusque là a vite fait de me ramener à la dure réalité : 26,9 l de moyenne en ville à jouer avec la pédale d'accélérateur. Gloups. Il arsouille autant que Shane McGowan, le chanteur édenté des Pogues, un jour de Saint Patrick! Surtout que le Stop & Start n'a pas une seule fois fait taire le moteur. Il va falloir se calmer mais comme le chant des sirènes, j'ai envie d'entendre inlassablement cette mélodie du bonheur.
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Jeu 23 Jan - 12:07

sur le forum de Shane MacGowan, ils parlent d'un livre de Simon Parkes "Live at the Brixton Academy", qui raconte l'histoire du lieu et des anecdotes de groupes qui y ont joué. Il y a ceci à propos des Pogues :


Great story of the night in 1989 when the Pogues were due to play. As the support band started the local plod informed the manager that a coded bomb threat had been received from the IRA stating that a bomb would detonate at the Academy in 40 minutes. The band were gathered and were asked by Parkes if there was any reason why the gig would be targeted. After a brief moment of incredulous silence Frank Murray snorted " You've got to be kidding right? He handed over a clipboard and said " Have you seen our guest list ? " Paul Hill, Gerry Conlon, Paddy Armstrong, Carol Richardson....." There is no way the IRA are going to target this show " !!!!!!!!!
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Jeu 23 Jan - 12:34

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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Dim 2 Fév - 22:14

A voir sur Youtube, comme quoi la vitesse d’une mélodie peut modifier le ressenti d’une émotion.

The Pogues - Thousands Are Sailing Faster
"I always thought this song was too slow, so I sped it up with Audacity. Enjoy!"
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Dim 23 Fév - 20:14

J'ai retrouvé quelques vieilleries chez moi dont celle ci. Je ne sais pas d'où vient cette merde ; le support est manquant :

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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Dim 23 Fév - 20:25

Texte immonde, mais photo top.
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Lun 3 Mar - 14:16

London Evening Standard, 13 fev 2014.

Killings, fights, and death threats... life as Brixton Academy owner


The former owner of one of London’s top music venues has lifted the lid on its history of drugs and violence.
Simon Parkes was stabbed, beaten up and received death threats after buying the Brixton Academy for just £1 in 1982.
He sold the venue for £2.4 million in 1997 and told the Standard: “I’d had enough by then. It was raves every weekend — we were probably doing 100 grand a night in ecstasy, and that attracts ‘characters’.
“We once caught a guy with a lot  of drugs. We threw him out and  flushed the stuff down the toilet. Soon there were four big blokes ... saying they would kill me if I didn’t return them.”
There was later an attempt on his life, he said: “A kid jumped the barrier and ran through the doors. I didn’t see he had a knife — he stabbed me really hard in the chest. It would have killed me, but I had a Kevlar vest on.”
Parkes told how Kurt Cobain’s suicide almost put the venue out of business — Nirvana were booked to play there for four nights when the troubled frontman shot himself.
“A suicide is uninsurable,” the 54-year-old said. “There were rumours going round that Courtney [Love]  had shot him, and I was kind of hoping she had.”
Of other performers, he said: “The worst diva was Grace Jones. She played three hours late, then wanted a special bottle of champagne at midnight. The Pogues and Primal Scream were the biggest party animals. Shane MacGowan usually left the building horizontally.
Born with only one arm after his pregnant mother was prescribed thalidomide, Parkes learned not to show weakness. He headbutted the leader of a notorious gang after being taunted.
“Another time I took a massive punch in the face, it gave me a cartoonish black eye, and the next night I was sprayed with CS gas,” he said.
“I had a meeting with my bank manager on Monday morning. I told him everything was going really well.”
Parkes, who still lives in the area, recounts his exploits as owner in his memoir, Live at the Brixton Academy.
Rob Kitson.
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Lun 17 Mar - 10:47

Sex Pistols - 1976
il n'y aurait pas un chanteur des Pogues dans le public ?
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Lun 17 Mar - 10:52

Ah oui !
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Lun 17 Mar - 12:41

En parlant des Sex Pistols, je suis tombé là-dessus :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKoP19WHcFA&list=PL94gOvpr5yt2CUUZXuI8JXTYhNtH0FJyr

1975©

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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Lun 17 Mar - 16:11

et ben ! je crois que le Rotten s'est servi là ...
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Lun 17 Mar - 16:18

Influence revendiquée par le "pourri" himself...

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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Mar 8 Avr - 8:43

Joseph O'Connor - Irish Times - 4 avril 2014

Older legacy fades by popular demand


There’s no point in denying our troubled history, but culture has constructed a shelter from the storm, bringing people together in remrkable ways

For those of us who were 1980s immigrants to London, The Pogues were more than a band. When they played live in Brixton, the atmosphere was more like a rally of unleashed hopes than a gig. Some of the group’s members were Irish, others English; several considered themselves both. The music drew from punk and the Irish tradition.

Brilliant Dubliner Philip Chevron, formerly of The Radiators, added European cabaret and theatre to the mix. Things were said from the stagestage that no politician was saying. There’s a country you can belong to. You’re not alone or forgotten. A song can be the passport you’re seeking.


Culture is a way of conducting a conversation without having to talk. Ultimately the bookbook that reveals most about the relationship between Ireland and England is no novel or historical study or scholarly tome, but the telephone directory of any major British city, in which thousands of people bearing my own surname and every other Irish surname will be found.

The Irish and English are more mulatto than we ever acknowledge, but privately we know this to be true. Culture has reflected and amplified that reality, opening spaces rhetoric tried to closeclose down.

I love London. I lived there many years. That’s how Ireland was in the 1980s: you got your plane ticketticket the day you got your degree. Emigration was so unquestioned that you didn’t think about it much, it befell you, like a national puberty.

I grew up in Dún Laoghaire, where the nightly entertainment was to walk the pier and look at the ferries crossing Dublin Bay and wonder which English city you’d end up in. Ireland was a failed experiment on the western shores of Europe that only survived because of the irony that every decade, a hundred thousand of its people would go to live in the land of the old enemy. If Joyce’s Stephen Dedalus went to Holyhead in search of Tara, most departed for less lofty reasons.

But my parents would point out that this rainy, sad Lilliput where we didn’t do many things brilliantly was also the homeland of Yeats, Kavanagh, Wilde and BernardBernard Shaw, interesting figures because they had lived in both countries. Swift is included in anthologies of British writers as well as Irish. We used to feel neurotic about this in Ireland but I think it’s the greatest thing about his work. It has what a later Anglo-Irish writer, Stephen Patrick Morrissey of The Smiths, once termed Irish blood, English heart .


Faintly ridiculous
My father, now in his 70s, had a Christian Brothers educationeducation in 1940s Dublin and can still quote reams of verse about the treacherous Saxon dogs and how they poisoned Owen Roe O’Neill. But he and the other boys thought it faintly ridiculous. It was rousing stuff, but their fathers and mothers had worked in England and their siblings lived there now.

By the time of my own schooldays, the game was up. Hard to tell kids to hate England when they love ManchesterManchester United, Leeds and Chelsea, The Beat, The Specials and The Clash. The closer you looked, the more English seemed Ireland, or the more irremediably Irish seemed England.

Such hugely important figures as Gate Theatre founder Micheál Mac Liammóir and traditional music genius Andy Irvine were born there. Michael Davitt was raised in Lancashire. Luke Kelly began singing in Wolverhampton. Beckett’s funniest novel, Murphy , is set in London, while the early Abbey Theatre was supported financially by a magnificent English woman, Annie Elizabeth Horniman.


Left to right, back; James Joyce,John Lydon, Jonathan Swift, Stephen Patrick Morrissey, Andy Irvine, Luke Kelly, Elvis Costello;Front: the Gallagher brothers Liam and Noel, Philip Chevron, Boy George,Oscar Wilde and Shane McGowan.
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Sam 12 Avr - 7:19

Candida Baker - The Courier-Mail - 12 avril 2014

Byron Bay Bluesfest marks its 25th anniversary

Byron Bay Bluesfest organisers had to pull a few strings to get Pogues singer Shane McGowan into Australia for the festival
“I’ll never forget the time we decided to bring the legendary Irish singer [Pogues frontman] Shane MacGowan out. It was 2003, and I knew MacGowan had a reputation for drinking, but three times Qantas refused to allow him to board his flight from London to Australia due to the fact that he was being ‘disorderly’.
“I’d been warned it would be hard to get him on a plane, but in the end, British Airways – which had been trained to deal with him over the years – got him here. When he finally arrived in Byron Bay, his opening line to the audience was – ‘Welcome, New Zealand!’ ”


Legend, comme ils disent !
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MessageSujet: Re: Divers, insolites, inclassables ...   Sam 3 Mai - 18:21

Auld Lang Syne par les pogues: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baMtzda7dWA
Il vient du boots du 31 dec 84 disponible dans la partie restricted Wink.
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