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Mister Wilson... - NN1 - 25Jan2005 7:37 AM
  #4/4
That your job, is it? Fuck off.

This review
you... - 3Sep2003 4:30 AM
  #3/4
Interesting, a review written by someone in a band who writes that the other bands who played weren't as good as his band. Shock horror!

Your writing sucks too, I could use it as an example of 'how not to' in a journalism lecture.

notes for Wilson Leeds gig
andyb1919... - Wakefield, UK - 15Apr2003 3:31 PM
  #2/4
I first saw Wilson a couple of years ago when they were a trio, there are now 6!
This motley crew took to the (small) stage after a stint by a madman who looked liked Gene Vincent and screamed like a Banshee,the madman delivered his ditties (topical I might add)and promptly sat down again. Wilson played a short but very enjoyable set which included both tracks from their privately pressed CD-R "Istanbul Connection" and "Quality People"...the latter has a guitar break that perhaps gives more than a little nod to "Soul Man"...Mr.Fish? other highlights were.... the now Wilson standards "Sweet Home Alabama" and the terrific "Burn Hollywood Burn". Always welcome in Leeds, maybe you might wanna look into booking Elland Road next time, the band has spawned a further 3 members (please excuse this expression!) in less than two years...with Pat taking relagated vocal duties on some numbers now....great night, great show...thanx chaps (and Misery)
Spaceboy x

Wilson notes for Leeds gig
andyb1919... - Wakefield, UK - 15Apr2003 3:12 PM
  #1/4
A short but very enjoyable set, Wilson (all 6 of them!) took the (small) stage following a stint by a madman who looked a little like Gene Vincent and screamed like a banshee, with his witty topical songs / ditties...set highlights from Wilson included both tracks from their privately pressed new single "Istanbul Connection" and "Quality People" which has a guitar break that leans a little too much for comfort towards "Soul Man" ...Mr.Fish? along with now established Wilson stalwarts "Burn Hollywood Burn" and "Sweet Home Alabama". Always welcome in Leeds, the first time I saw Wilson there was only 3 of them...best had book Elland Road football stadium next time, it might just about accomodate the ever swelling band. Great noise, great night thanks chaps (and misery)

Spaceboy.

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