Hi folks Ive got two tickets but sadly cant make the show. If anyone is interested they are on ebay going cheap. http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Edwyn-Collins-London-07-Nov-2-tickets_W0QQitemZ270476074078QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_3?hash=item3ef9a15c5e
ebay think ends on Sunday and I will post Special Delivery to make sure get to you… Continue
Added by Simon Flood on October 27, 2009 at 18:28 —
A couple of my mates can't come to Manchester gig tonight and I've now got spare tickets - any takers here? (I believe it's sold out). If you want them, call me on 0773 4459321. I'm heading out there now (dead excited!!!) (I have seen and written to the Liverpool guy already)
See the rest of you there - Wheeeeeee!!
Added by Amitashuri on October 27, 2009 at 18:21 —
I'm new to the clan but have been a huge fan of Edwyn and OJ since '81. Can't wait for the Bloomsbury gig and have 2 spare tkts so if anyone's interested, please get in touch.
Added by Phil Maynard on October 25, 2009 at 16:47 —
Can't wait to see Edwyn again. Saw the Leeds gig last year. Very emotional and brilliant.
Added by Paul Riddiford on October 22, 2009 at 20:30 —
does anyone has a spare ticket for Manchester next week ??????? I should have booked it myself....damn!!
Added by nick robinson on October 21, 2009 at 10:50 —
Just home from your gig and dont think I will get any sleep - what a fantastic night ........ absolutely superb...... a dream come true to finally get to see one of my school day heros. Thank you for brilliant night xoxoxox
Added by pie on October 18, 2009 at 22:30 —
Had the best night out on Thursday at Skinandi's....Edwyn and the band were brilliant...Yey!!!
Added by Lorna Markovitch on October 17, 2009 at 18:14 —
The town of Helmsdale is situated in the county of Sutherland. It's a pretty tourist town and I particularly like the harbour. The locals are friendly which is what you would expect for any northern Scottish town, and the local pubs are also what you would expect (not surprisingly the gaffer of one pub we frequented knew the owners of our local in Groats which is more than 60 miles away!!).
Anyway, off with my tourist board head (although I would… Continue
Added by Tom Briscoe on October 17, 2009 at 17:30 —
Knackered! Just got back from Edwyn gig. Took a few photos including this one. His voice is as strong as ever. I'm gonna write a review tomorrow.
Added by Tom Briscoe on October 17, 2009 at 0:15 —
I am loving Falling and LAughing. Its very well written. Grace Maxwell you've got great style and I like the points that you made-especially as I hope to train as a speech therapist.There is a real searing honesty and strength to your account. I'm glad you wrote it. I think its great. I'm going to be at Deaf Institute Oct 27th, and if it is not annoying for you, will hope to ask you to sigh it. Hope that is ok. All good wishes from Robin Brunskill (voice artist) www.robinbrunskill.com PS We met… Continue
Added by www.robinbrunskill.com on October 16, 2009 at 16:01 —
Hi Edwyn and Grace,
Thanks for a sublime gig in Kirkwall - the encore of 'Expecations' made my night!
All the best for the rest of the tour, and haste ye back again!
Added by John MacKenzie on October 15, 2009 at 11:59 —
with Edwyn's permission....
...I am back for one last time; I promise to get lost after this.
Well I never; my post got picked up all over the place, The Beeb (and thanks to Stuart and Mark on BBC Radio 2 for the support and wisdom) , The Guardian, lots of others. Several US sites where many people offered to support me if I SUED, which is, I suppose, the American way. But I've been down that road before and it's a long and hard one, especially in the US and France. You may have… Continue
Added by Administrator on October 10, 2009 at 22:35 —
Dear Edwyn and Grace,
I finished the book at last and just wanted to say what an unexpectedly uplifting experience it is. A lovely piece of writing Grace, and some great quotes from Edwyn and Will made me feel involved without intruding, if that makes sense?
The new track I'm Losing Sleep is great Edwyn, any more up your sleeve and is it part of your live set? Talking of which, I cant wait to see the show on Nov 7th at Bloomsbury Theatre. A weekend in London topped off with seeing you… Continue
Added by Andy Smith on October 10, 2009 at 20:14 —
I've just finishing the best book I've read in years.Desperately sad yet full of smiles.I rediscovered Edwin's wonderful music again and listened to Home Again with a different ear.I would like to thank Grace for finding the words to describe such a difficult time.Having family and friends around you must have been an enourmous strength to both of you.I hope to hear plenty more of Edwins great music and lyrics.If the book hadn't been a library book,I'd have passed it on to friends and… Continue
Added by Martin Laugharne on October 9, 2009 at 17:50 —
This is my first post as I only joined this morning, so hello to everyone and I'm really happy to be part of an online community that appreciates the work (and sheer grit) of Edwyn Collins.
This is also my first blog ever, so excuse me if I overstretch myself and end up talking bollox. It's a weird thing to do, expecting someone else to be remotely interested in your life. It's like doing a video journal/diary and having to talk into a camera. It can be awkward. I tried it earlier in… Continue
Added by Tom Briscoe on October 9, 2009 at 11:51 —
My wife Uschi passed away the night to January the 25th. 2004 exactly at 00:00.
The ovary cancer was discovered on September the 15th, 2003, when she went to the doctor, because she had stomach complaints. The tumor was in the size of a grapefruit, it was stage 4. We where both shocked deeply, because a few month ago, Mai 2003, she had the annual cancer control checkup and there was nothing found at that date.
I had no doubt in my mind that i would do everything to be able to… Continue
Added by Joachim Moncoq on October 3, 2009 at 18:30 —
I always like to make a fuss of my Jean on her birthday so today I treated her to dinner at Dans Le Noir in Clerkenwell Green. The clue to this posting lies in the restaurant's name; when you eat you are, quite literally, in the dark.
Because Dans Le Noir is a blind restaurant. As well as providing some great food, it is a place with a purpose. It gives customers a chance to confront head on one of our greatest fears, that of losing our sight.
Upon arrival, we were asked… Continue
Added by ALAN HORNE on September 30, 2009 at 22:30 —
Andrew Loog Oldham said that getting ripped off (by the industry) was your entrance fee to the music business of the sixties, so get over it. He’s right and things have not changed. We are very over it, but nonetheless aware of who the biggest bootleggers around are. It’s not the filesharers. Personally, we’ve always loved bootlegs. Even when Edwyn was really skint at the fag end of the eighties, I remember being in Camden market and seeing some tapes of a couple of his… Continue
Added by Administrator on September 30, 2009 at 20:42 —
I lost it a bit today when I read this...The Air Statement
So this is what I wrote on their website...
I am Edwyn Colllins manager. Let me tell you a story. At the beginning of this year I noticed that Edwyn’s myspace had gone bit wonky and I tried to upload the tracks back on to the music player. His most famous track, which he owns the copyright in, as he does for most of the music he’s recorded in his life (preferring to go it alone than have his music trapped “in perpetuity”… Continue
Added by Administrator on September 30, 2009 at 20:41 —
I was going through an old box of tapes and came across a radio session you did for a show called Earshot in 1992. I think the show was for BBC radio Scotland but was also broadcast to the nation on Radio five in it's early days when they played music in the evening. The session was to promote the release of Ostrich Churchyard & you performed a wonderful acoustic session of three songs, Consolation Prize, Graciously and Felicity. Between songs you were interviewed by the… Continue
Added by shaun taylor on September 29, 2009 at 21:16 —