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Reasons to be Cheerful

  • Posted by tim
  • 11 February 2009


The Bristol Barney Bubbles do went off nicely and that had a lot to do with the tunes that were played after Paul Gorman's great talk about his book and a great slide show of Barney's artwork.

Caz DJ'd the night for us and i asked for a set list as it was quite a stormer. I've posted it below. We still have a few of Pauls books left in the shop but they're going fast. If you have an interest in graphic design and art then you really need to check it out as Barney was a true pioneer. Paul has a blog here about him

The incredible thing about the music that was played is that Barney designed their artwork and in some cases made their videos as well. The word genius would not be lost on this man.

Caz's tunes from the evening.


I Love The Sound Of (Breaking Glass) - Nick Lowe  
The Lunatics (Have Taken Over The Asylum) - Fun Boy Three  
Wake Up And Make Love With Me - Ian Dury & The Blockheads  
Police Car - Larry Wallis  
Ai No Corrida - Chaz Jankel  
Hey Lord Don't Ask Me Questions – Graham Parker
New Lace Sleeves - Elvis Costello & The Attractions
Queen Of Hearts - Carlene Carter  
Little By Little - The Rolling Stones
Be Stiff - Devo  
Eastbourne Ladies - Kevin Coyne  
Boys Say Go!            - Depeche Mode  
Notting Hill Gate - Quintessence  
Darling, Let's Have Another Baby -            Johnny Moped             
Love My Way - The Psychedelic Furs  
Frozen Years - The Rumour  
Your Generation - Generation X  
Fung-Kee Laundry - Quiver  
No Mo Do Yakamo - Dr Feelgood  
Inbetweenies  - Ian Dury & The Blockheads
Honest I Do - The Rolling Stones
Is That Love - Squeeze  
A New England - Billy Bragg
Orgone Accumulator  - Hawkwind            
Neat, Neat, Neat - The Damned
Lipstick Vogue - Elvis Costello & The Attractions
Marie Provost            2:47            Nick Lowe  
One Chord Wonders            - The Adverts  
The Pie - Sutherland Brothers 
Opa-Loka  - Hawkwind
Problem Child            - The Damned
Ragin' Eyes - Nick Lowe
Satisfaction (I Can't Get Me No) - Devo            
Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll - Ian Dury
High Fidelity - Elvis Costello
Urban Guerilla - Hawkwind
Whoops A Daisy - Humphrey Ocean & The Hardy Annuals            
Ain’t what you do - Fun Boy Three
Tempted -  Squeeze            
Ghost Town - The Specials
Just Can't Get Enough - Depeche Mode
Silver Machine            - Hawkwind
Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick - Ian Dury & The Blockheads
Whole Wide World – Wreckless Eric

Bristol, Barney, Paul and Caz the DJ

  • Posted by tim
  • 7 February 2009

We had a hitchless do on Thursday night at the Bristol shop for Paul Gorman's talk slideshow and art exhibition on the artist Barney Bubbles. We also had a great DJ to play out the evening with some very nice Welsh beer and piping hot cups of tea on hand to lighten the impending doom of the weather that was fast approaching Brizz. 

Thanks must go out to the Bristol staff with the help of Nick Hand for getting the ball rolling. Alison, Jon and myself took a measly 7.5 hours to get back the next day but we did see Narnia according to Jon which geographically existed between Ross On Wye and Monmouth, how much longer it's there i dont know. Nick took some pics of the do. We'll be having a regular once a month shindigs in the Bristol shop so we'll let you all know when dates and themes are arranged. here's a few pics nick took of the evening.


If you have any ideas about what you'd like to see at the bristol shop drop me a line timathowiesdotcodotuk.

Throwdown Threes from Paul Gorman

  • Posted by tim
  • 16 January 2009

This week the world renowned author of great books on music, art and culture Paul Gorman has chosen three songs to lead us into the weekend. Paul has just finished his latest book which i mentioned on the site a while back. "Reasons To Be Cheerful" is Pauls latest book which features the artwork of the counter culture legend Barney Bubbles whose work is soon to be exhibited at the howies Bristol shop on the 5th Feb. Details of the exhibition will follow next week on the blog and in the press. 

Englishman Barney was "a legend to all young designers" said the New York Times. 

Here's to the weekend and the worship of saturn and the sun, with the tail end of Frigg thrown in for good measure. 

Strange Overtones by Brian Eno and David Byrne


Teenage Head by the Flamin Groovies


I Get Lifted by George McRae


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