Erratic Fall Behaviour, and other stuff.
- Steve81778 wrote:
> on tour: The Fall in philly - I don't care what anyone says...fucking amazing,They get worse. When I saw them in London a bit ago Mark did a walkout during
> changed this 19 year old's life in some way (not sure yet how though) it fell
> completely apart and I loved every minute of it...ended with stephen hanley
> checking mark e. smith with his bass and him, the guitarist and drummer
> walking off...leaving mark e.smith and his (ex?) girlfriend on stage, some
> programmed beats and strings played, she played bass and mark just walked the
> stage singing about how he doesn't get anyone besides himself, or something
> like that...eerie ending
band kept playing and Brix went offstage to fetch him. Not a sign, obviously, as
came back with this big roadie who proceeded to take the vocal part. Very odd.
clapped anyway, of course.
Good idea for a mailing list. Does anyone reading this have any idea what
Palestine is in print? I have "Four Manifestations On Six Elements" and the
"Godbear". Must support fellow soft toy enthusiasts. I don't know if it's been
in The Wire, but the magazine (with free CD!) 'Halana' is not only an inspiring
entertaining read for minimalism fans, but the free disc is superb as well: my
proper exposure to Bernhard Gunter's work, plus excellent pieces from Palestine,
David Grubbs, and other less famous people who I can't remember right now. Buy
np: The Spinners - Pick Of The Litter