Thursday, May 10, 2007

Dancing With The Big Boys

If you like Gilbert and George you can dance with them here to one of your favourite tracks:

'Bend It' Dozy Beaky Micky Thingy and Titch'The Israelites' Desmond Dekker
'Green Onions' Booker T and The MG's
'The Robots' Kraftwerk
'Just The two of Us' Bill Withers (I think)

I chose The Israelites - and enjoyed it immensely. It's really worth checking out. You can also download exclusive artwork but only until tonight! So be quick my little bloggarooniecutiepies! xx

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15 Comments:

Blogger Istvanski said...

Bugger, I hope they leave it up there beyond midnight. Did you see the pair of them on Jonathon Ross? Splendid chaps, always very smartly turned out and never a stain in sight.
The "here" link needs to be sorted (one too many http://'s).

It's a bit late to be asking for a diary on your 3rd birthday, isn't it? x

7:29 pm  
Blogger Billy said...

Oooh, excellent stuff!

7:53 pm  
Blogger rockmother said...

Ister - I've bookmarked it so I should be able to send you a link no? I like them alot - extremely underestimated sense of humour and their early work was amazing. They have created beautiful big life drawings and installations. Great, striking photography in the 60's and 70's. I think they are brilliant. I've sorted the link out by the way. Thanks for that. Diary?! I might have to resort to a deathstare! 8-I

Billster - which one did you dance to Bill?

8:28 pm  
Blogger savannah said...

*mega pouting* not for americans :(

3:50 am  
Blogger savannah said...

BUT the tate online i could see...outstanding!

3:56 am  
Blogger rockmother said...

Savannah - oh dear that's a shame - try youtube. I tried to copy/download and it wouldn't let me.

Glad you enjoyed the Tate.

6:17 am  
Blogger Billy said...

Green Onions. Wot a classic.

7:05 am  
Blogger rockmother said...

Bill - I might do a bit of Kraftwerk later. I enjoyed The Israelites immensely (I think I spelled that wrong).

9:07 am  
Blogger Istvanski said...

Out of all of them I think the song by Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick and Tich works best, shortly followed by the Booker T & the MGs.
All songs go quite well with the VT.
Some of Gilbert & George's stained glass stuff is fantastic - and it puts the likes Peter Max (and most of his crap)to shame.

10:48 am  
Blogger rockmother said...

Ister - did you see the exhibition? It was AMAZING. Pre-stained glass stuff and use of colour was incredible. Then they did these great street signs in tag grafitti and islamic script style - probably highly offensive to some but actually the whole exhibition just looked like an comprehensive historical artistic social document of a very small area of the East End from 1960 to present. they rock in my humble opinion and have always been very ahead of their time.

11:08 am  
Blogger rockmother said...

pardon the previously shit grammar - didn't cut and paste properly and in a hurry x

11:09 am  
Blogger Istvanski said...

Didn't get to see it unfortunately - just my luck that the show at the Tate finished a few days ago.

(I also missed Kevin Ayers, Captain S and Robyn Hitchcock singing Syd Barrett's songs at the Barbican last night).

I'm sure G & G will exhibit again in the near future, they're a lot more acceptable now than they were some years ago.

12:05 pm  
Blogger rockmother said...

Oh I know - I saw that and meant to maybe try and go but didn't realise it was so soon! I think G&G have always been acceptable it's just that they got extra press for one small part of their career - the poo/spunk/piss christ installations.

1:23 pm  
Blogger dh said...

Good stuff rockmum. You've been busy. I'm back...easy on the accolades.

4:42 pm  
Anonymous rivergirlie said...

most invigorating! i chose 'bend it' (dave dee, dozy, beaky, mick'n'titch). but do you know, until this very evening i thought they were singing 'take it easy, show you're lacking it' and i've only just deduced it must be liking
duh
(rather like 'me ears are alight' - wonder if they've chosen songs with commonly misinterpreted words? wouldn't put it past them, the little scamps)
thanks for the link!

10:36 pm  

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