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March 30, 2005

Italian Plastic

Paul wrote this song; it appears on the album Woodface. Whenever they performed it, Paul would come out front, center stage, with a snare drum and his brushes. A mike was set up for him and with Neil and Nick on either side, he'd sing.

It's a whimsical, romantic song, with one of the best lyrics ever:

When you wake up with me
I'll be your glass of water

Here's an excellent, detailed personal review of the Finn Brothers show at the Royal Albert Hall from Monday night (2/28).

Yours, &c., LC | 05:42 PM | Music , Music | Comments (2) | TrackBack (0)

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The Finn Brothers did a live set on BBC Radio 2 today. Couldn't help but think of you and wished for an old fashioned tape recorder to capture it for you. But even better, modern technology makes life easy and you can listen again here... It was Wednesday's show. Enjoy.

Posted by: Becky in Scotland at March 30, 2005 07:56 PM

Thanks! Actually, I did manage to catch it, live even. It was nice that they brought Nick Seymour along; he sat in with the Finns, although it wasn't clear if he actually played with them during the radio appearance. I think he did.

Posted by: Lady Crumpet at March 31, 2005 09:25 AM

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