Cool for Cats
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High Fidelity for women. It's 1979, a pivotal year for British music, and Linda gets offered her dream job, as a music journalist for a new wave music magazine. Free gigs every night, and she gets to interview her heroes. But because this is chick-lit, you just know she's not going to be happy with any of the trendy guys she's meeting...
I couldn't have read this book before I met MrPloppy - I wouldn't have recognised any of the names of bands or people that are liberally dropped through the text. But now I can see a name like The Fall and think "oh yeah, we saw them in Camden Town - music was rubbish*, but Mark E Smith was entertaining".
It really should come with a CD, though :-)
* MrPloppy would call that statement blasphemy, but we don't exactly have the same tastes in music :-)
Journal Entry 2
Trattorie Cafe (OBCZ) in Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand on Monday, November 12, 2007
Released 13 yrs ago (11/10/2007 UTC) at Trattorie Cafe (OBCZ) in Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand
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