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Sam Inglis cover

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Exploiting the name of the Beloved Leader for traction? Disgraceful. :protest:

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I wanted to try something at the open-mic at the Louis Marchesi tonight, but I had no idea what. Armed only with a rudimentary knowledge of guitar and half an hour to prepare, I scribbled out a copy of Everything's Artisan Now.

https://youtu.be/PP45UFv3330

I wasn't surprised by the accolades ("That's a fabulous song. For God's sake do two next time"), though I wasn't expecting someone to approach me afterwards and say: "Actually, I know Sam. I used to row with him."

Sam can row? Who knew.
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Post by N i g e l »

That looks like a cool gig. Snacks are a bit pricey but what I can see of the specials board looks reasonable. Theres certainly no chip shortage there :thumbup:

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I love that song. The wordsmithery delights.
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I was mortified to discover that Inglis is actually pronounced like Tingles. He should add a pronunciation guide to the editorial.
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Well done, and seems you certainly got the crowd behind you!
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Post by tea for two »

Brill song.

From now on I shall add an F where I see the word Artisan :lol:
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BJG145 wrote: Sat Aug 13, 2022 6:01 pm I was mortified to discover that Inglis is actually pronounced like Tingles. He should add a pronunciation guide to the editorial.

I imagine that by now, he's used to it. ;-)
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Post by Sam Inglis »

Sorry, I've only just seen this. What an honour!

Do you know, in 51 years on this planet, I think that's only the second time I've ever heard anyone else play one of my songs? I'm very touched. Thank you.
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BJG145 wrote: Wed Aug 10, 2022 11:42 pm I wanted to try something at the open-mic at the Louis Marchesi tonight, but I had no idea what. Armed only with a rudimentary knowledge of guitar and half an hour to prepare, I scribbled out a copy of Everything's Artisan Now.

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Post by Ben Asaro »

That was very enjoyable!!
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N i g e l wrote: Thu Aug 11, 2022 12:52 am That looks like a cool gig. Snacks are a bit pricey but what I can see of the specials board looks reasonable. Theres certainly no chip shortage there :thumbup:

:)

The first watch through I didn't even notice the food boards, then I read this and had to watch it again!

Both times good.
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Post by blinddrew »

My brother has just received a box of English treats from a friend, including a packet of pork scratchings.

But no ordinary pork scratchings these!
Nope, according to the packet they are nothing less than "hand-cooked artisan pork rind".

We may have reached peak 'artisan'.
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