#1
Has anyone else heard his stuff? He did a tune recently called My Patch which you may or may not have heard.

I don't know who he is or where he came from, but he's bloody great. Very upbeat, sixties-style pop music, much in The Beatles/Beach Boys/Byrds vein (ooh, what a lot of B's).

If you don't give him a look in then your loss will haunt you forever and you'll be a dirty commie.
#2
Very good album, got 'tower of love' at the end of last year and was quite surprised by it.

This is how I was introduced to him...

"Born in 1982, Manchester, Jim Noir decided music was the life for him in '94, at a holiday camp karaoke, after winning a batman waterpistol for his rendition of Grease Megamix. By the time he met the founders of My Dad Recordings in 2003, he was an oven-ready recording machine. Three sold-out EPs later, his debut album is here."
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#3
On the strength of that 'My Patch' single i have decided to pursue a record.

recomendations ?
Enjoy your worries, you may never have them again.

The Books.
#4
^ There's only one album, don't know how hard the EPs are to pick up though, so your decision might be limited by the options.
Quote by Mia (Pulp Fiction)
Why do we feel it's necessary to yak about bullsh*t in order to be comfortable?

That's when you know you found somebody special. When you can just shut the f*ck up for a minute, and comfortably share silence.

RateYourMusic
#6
I heard the song Eanie Meanie on the World Cup commercials and immeadiately downloaded the CD. It's quite good, actually.
#7
he plays an epiphone casino
he wears a pork pie hat
he likes jamie t
and he wrote the greatest football song ever, in short, this man will inherit the earth, and rightly so
ob-la-di ob-la-da