Paul Simpson autobiography. 17th may 2022

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Paul Simpson autobiography. 17th may 2022

Postby King Of Kings » Fri Jan 14, 2022 4:15 pm

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Re: Paul Simpson autobiography. 17th may 2022

Postby fat cherry » Sat Jan 15, 2022 8:19 am

Me too. Used to like his ramblings back in MySpace days. Plus his spoken word bits and pieces. I saw the funding website thing but then it disappeared. Pleased it's out. He wrote a nice email to my missus, ooer, when she bought a couple of cds for me and it was late because his Web manager was on holiday. Its like we're beasties now. Or they are, hoho.
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Re: Paul Simpson autobiography. 17th may 2022

Postby Voodoo Billy » Sat Jan 15, 2022 9:42 am

Me three :lol: The excerpts I've read so far are beautifully written. Went to see the Wild Swans a couple of times at Static and at the Stanley Theatre when they made a comeback about 10 years ago and they were brilliant. I'm sure I've read that Paul has a solo album out in the summer on Pete Wilky's AV8 label. I went over to Liverpool to buy a copy of Bill Drummond's 'Curfew Tower' project album with Paul's cover and he was there at the time selling some of his dvds and stuff at the Static market. He's a good bloke and I wish him well with this year's projects.
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