Thursday, February 19, 2009

Friday the 13th

It went something like figure Nº1 and there was still time for Nº2

To add of course... the encores:

Encore 1
No man in the world
My sister

Encore 2
Tiny Tears

It was just great. No words really... fullhouse, happy an joy for some and a lot of sadness for others but most will agree that the concert was a must. Easy to see Tindersticks have been around for a while now and that the fans (at least the portuguese ones) remain faithful...the aveage age group rounding the well over thirties.

P.S. Hope this relieves those most eager ;)

Friday, February 13, 2009

Date 28-10-2001 - Time 23:22

Coliseu de Lisboa
accompanied by a 15 member chord orchestra
the best EVER

I am Europe - Stuart Staples

In Brugge, just before going on stage, December 14th 2008, Stuart had a few moments for this quick interview.

"And as Staples sits back with a cigarette, it’s assurance, rather than relief, that lingers in the afternoon sun."

Thursday, February 12, 2009

For sure

we'll have this one...
and I will be ever so greatful for it :)

Her - Tindersticks

smiling already

Foreseeing tomorrow

It'll probably be along the lines of...

Yesterdays tomorrow’s
The flicker
Feel the sun
Other side of the world
The organist entertains
Dyin’ slowly
City sickness
Say goodbye to the city
Sleepy song
She’s gone
Hungry saw
Mother dear
All the love
The turns we took


No man in the world, Her, & My Sister


Tiny Tears, Her, & My sister

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Lily Allen at her best

Fuck You - Lily Allen


For weeks a song's been playing in my head. From morning 'till night every now and again it appears and insists taking over thoughts and concentration moments. Considering it's from some 10 years ago I had to do some mind searching to try figure it all out. I came to no conclusion. To give me some piece of mind I can't help but to put it up here. The mind has it's weirdest moments that never seize to amaze...

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

workshop's over

hihihi OT here I come!

Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Hans Beck - Playmobil

Hans Beck, creator of the much loved Playmobil toys dies at age 79.

Along with LEGO's they'll remain forever!