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December 01, 2007

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jb

i think the winds and tides of the deep atlantic must have created one of their occasional differences in perception re. this artist. round here we think he is Very Radcliffe & Maconie.

ht

ahem. i'm not entirely sure what radcliffe and maconie signify, but i suspect it can't be good. if you're going to take a jab, you really must elaborate for us uninformed audiences across the atlantic, dear jb.

jb

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/shows/radcliffemaconie/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/shows/radcliffemaconie/biography_radcliffe.shtml

- though actually that chronology is really quite droll. But heck, first up on the home page: 'Stuart goes backstage at a special Radio 2 gig featuring James Blunt, KT Tunstall, Newton Faulkner and The Hoosiers.' I think that says a lot already.

ht

i have no witty retort, except to say that you (and by you i mean all of britain) were clearly too traumatised by cliff richard to appreciate the likes of r.hawley.

jb

http://news.independent.co.uk/media/article3255982.ece

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