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The BoomTown Kid

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Woah........so true......
You may need to cut n paste these websites into your browser

Publication: Waiting for Herb reissue


Geldof essay on ireland...go here first
http://www.pogues.com/Print/geldof_essay_2005.html

We all know The Pogues        http://www.pogues.com
 

So heres a few people Bobs talking about.......

Ok big wigs....U2....friends.....
http://www.u2faqs.com/friends/ 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guggi

 http://www.gavinfriday.com/

A bit more......

Gay and TerryWoods bio

http://www.huxrecords.com/bio8.htm
 
more on gay woods
http://www.answers.com/topic/gay-woods
 AutoDaFé were great...i've got some pics...
Philip chevron and Radiators blogSite (they're playing here in July...Legend)

http://www.pogues.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6683
 
Bob Geldof says: 'I couldnt ignore the Chieftains. I couldnt deny Planxty or The Bothy Band, Clannad etc. This stuff was sublime'



 

-- Edited by TheTopHat at 00:58, 2007-06-14

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there you go, big hand for the boomtown rats, music will never be the same again, i think........



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snap! - need to contact activeboard about the search.

http://www.activeboard.com/forum.spark?forumID=48603&p=3&topicID=4789741


-- Edited by ArrGee1991 at 09:50, 2007-06-14

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Dave

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John Lydon, Elvis Costello, Morrissey, Johnny Marr, the Gallaghers and Shane MacGowan.  Arguably (excepting Boy George) at the heart of some of the most influential acts in the last thirty years.  There are to supposed to be close to a million of us in the UK.

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Loudmouth

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One of my husband's friends had the opportunity to join both The Dubliners and The Chieftans, but his good old Irish mother said to him, stick with Aer Lingus son, there is more future in that.
OOPS!

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