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Heyho

James at Bingley

My third helping of James this year and yet again they didn't disappoint although there was a bit of drama.

Had a session in Bingley first (well Library Taps to be honest). Two bottles of Sol for 3 is a recipe for disaster. Not for me of course - I can take me beer I can - but for those keeping up with me. Finally made it in to the concert and was also with my wifes Nephew. A decent lad (early 20's), think he looks up to me as that sport loving, indie music loving sort of bloke that his dad wasn't (his dad decided to come out whilst married!, but hey each to their own). Anyway to cut a long story short the Nephew asked if I wanted to go to the front to watch James. Macho middle aged man couldn't say no now could he so off we went. Didn't realise it was so rammed at the front though. Watched about 5 songs and decided it might be a good idea to return to Mrs H (who may I add I was with her mate).

Spent the rest of the concert looking for her!!! Mrs H was a little tipsy and apparently enjoyed the soft texture of the grass on several occasions. Anyway we were reunited but our friends husband had gone awol. Don't think it went down too well that I was more interested in the band than finding him. Finally (after the concert) he was found and I had to do my Henry Kissinger.

Anyway I digress. James were, as always, awesome. They must be one of the best 'small' live acts around. A splattering of crowd pleasers such as Tomorrow, Laid, She's a Star, Sit down, Come Home and the excellent finale Sometimes along with new and old such as Curse Curse, Johnny Yen, Interrogation and Moving On. Add into that Tim Booths interaction with the crowd - crowd surfing.

Sadly that is their last concert of 2015. Roll on 2016
Frazier Cranium

Who was the missing friend then, H?  I like how it's always 'your' fault when some fecker goes awol
Heyho

Frazier Cranium wrote:
Who was the missing friend then, H? I like how it's always 'your' fault when some fecker goes awol


Those from Woodie OC.
Frazier Cranium

Paul?
Heyho

Frazier Cranium wrote:
Paul?


Yes. Lol.
Late Doors

Re: James at Bingley

Heyho wrote:
A splattering of crowd pleasers such as Tomorrow, Laid, She's a Star, Sit down, Come Home and the excellent finale Sometimes


Ace, we had Sometimes as one of our three wedding songs, while we were signing the signy stuff that needs signing in the middle of it all.
Heyho

Re: James at Bingley

Late Doors wrote:
Heyho wrote:
A splattering of crowd pleasers such as Tomorrow, Laid, She's a Star, Sit down, Come Home and the excellent finale Sometimes


Ace, we had Sometimes as one of our three wedding songs, while we were signing the signy stuff that needs signing in the middle of it all.


Oooh you old romantic LD.

Did you look at her and say 'sometimes, when I look deep in your eyes I swear I can see your sole'

Or was that sung at the bloke doing the door to door fish scam (see other thread)
Dock

Off at a tangent here. Even in my late teens I've never loved a band enough to see them three times in a year. I love music, always have always will but I would guess that the novelty wears thin seeing the same band that often. Each to their own like. Are you now fully Jamesed up H?
Frazier Cranium

'Novelty' is the word - if you see a different set each time, then it's not the same is it, innit?
Heyho

Dock wrote:
Off at a tangent here. Even in my late teens I've never loved a band enough to see them three times in a year. I love music, always have always will but I would guess that the novelty wears thin seeing the same band that often. Each to their own like. Are you now fully Jamesed up H?


Each to their own Dock. I couldn't think of anything less exhilerating than having my nose constantly in the Racing Post but each to their own.

It;s often about the day and the concert is secondary, the icing on the cake as it were. A good day out, a 'few' drinks with family and friends
Dock

Heyho wrote:
Dock wrote:
Off at a tangent here. Even in my late teens I've never loved a band enough to see them three times in a year. I love music, always have always will but I would guess that the novelty wears thin seeing the same band that often. Each to their own like. Are you now fully Jamesed up H?


Each to their own Dock. I couldn't think of anything less exhilerating than having my nose constantly in the Racing Post but each to their own.

It;s often about the day and the concert is secondary, the icing on the cake as it were. A good day out, a 'few' drinks with family and friends


Another Dock generalisation. I very rarely buy the RP. And I don't have the luxury of spare time to study it even if I wanted to, which I don't. You took that as a personal attack when it was a sincere question and thought you'd have a snipe back. Oh well!
Frazier Cranium

Put your handbag down Dock, there is nothing at all aggressive from either of you.  Blimey.
Late Doors

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sheeps

Not much chance of Heyho having his hair pulled.
Dock

sheeps wrote:
Not much chance of Heyho having his hair pulled.


Pot Kettle Black! Leave H alone he's my mate!
Heyho

You will be glad to know Dock that after my wife got the heads up and was texted a 'secret code' for priority tickets from someone who is matey with the band I managed to order tickets for the Manchester and Leeds James tour that has just been announced.

Back to back James. I'll be buzzing.

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