I am playing this just because I love it so damn much. “One Fine Day.” It was recorded by Nicole aka @elawgrrl. Also go look at Nicole’s photos. She is ace. The link is on her YouTube page. God I can’t wait for the new album to get here.
That’s it for Frank Turner Friday. Until next week………Cat.
Frank Turner and Rob Brydon perform a cover of ABBA’s Dancing Queen live on the Stephen Merchant show in Decemeber 2007. I chuckled the whole time I listened to this. I found this on DuncanBeak’s YouTube channel.
That’s it for Frank Turner Friday. Have a good weekend. Wish I was in Helsinki with my friend, Seidi Roine, listening to FTHC and the SS. Somebody take photos for me. Until next Friday…….Cat
Hi. Cat here. It’s Friday, 28 December 2012. It’s Frank Turner Friday for real. Mr. T was born 31 years ago today. He’s playing in Southampton at Joiners. If you are going to the concert, don’t forget to wish the Bearded One a Happy Birthday.
If you want to submit Birthday wishes to his good self, please send them to DFT and we will put them up. Also if you get photos at the concert and want to submit them, please do. We welcome them.
Also wanted to send out a special Hurrah! to his mother. Without his mum, he wouldn’t be here. Good work, Mrs. T.
Cat here……It’s 01 February 2013, first day of the month, and Friday. Frank Turner Fridays searches all of the internet for covers of Mr. T’s music. So sit up and listen to our first song, “Try This At Home” by Just Nick and Paper Ceiling.
And now for something completely different. The first time I listened, it didn’t do a thing for me. But upon further reflection, it’s a fun song to listen to. If you didn’t like it the first time, please try it a second time. “The Ballad of Me and My Friends” covered by TwelveEightySix (ANDANDANDAND). The liner notes on YouTube gives you all the ways to follow this band.