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Pete Williams
Itineranting songwriter, Dexys Midnight Runners , The Bureau, These tender virtues, Dexys, Meself... Albums/info
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Pete Williams Aug 9
Nae bother big man, as well as yerself and yer town, I also mention, Skye, the Firth of Forth, and Stevie Christie reciting in xx
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Pete Williams Aug 9
Replying to @JamesMPaterson1
It might have been your‘audition’ for Jim, but I remember you warming up and playing ‘Tenderly’ a tune I didn’t know then at 18, that simple melody always reminds me of you. I’m glad you’re happy.
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Pete Williams Aug 5
Replying to @Jaq__W
Terrible, shame. x
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Pete Williams Aug 5
Formidable! x
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Pete Williams Aug 1
Replying to @nothingelseon
Blimey, we’re at number 34...ta.
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Pete Williams Jul 31
Replying to @Jaq__W
Lebanese Isosceles? x
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Pete Williams Jul 29
Replying to @eddowding
Thanks Ed..
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Pete Williams Jul 28
Replying to @Odimab
Thanks ‘O, hope you’re all ok x
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Pete Williams Jul 28
Replying to @dccollard
Thanks Dave, hope alls as well as can be.
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Pete Williams Jul 28
Have you heard ‘Compositions..’ by on ? Here's a short free downloadable compilation of some of my more instru mental stuff , waiting for a commission...plenty more where that came from, enjoy.
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Pete Williams Jul 27
Ta Steve, very kind. Same back at you..and I echo yer sentiments to the other fellas in this tweet as well.
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Pete Williams Jul 27
I remember the First book in English Lit at secondary school was the Great L.Lee's 'Cider with Rosie' which I also loved.
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Pete Williams Jul 26
Blimey! Strewth ! even....one of mine that ‘words of ice’ haven’t heard it for years, about someone I knew up on the 12th floor. Melodramatic live vocal from Arch..Good to hear Danny and Mick on the last track too. Great show, well played.
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Pete Williams Jul 26
' kestrel for a knave' is brill, and the film was a mirror of my school ,and staff too..uncannily accurate evocation.
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Pete Williams Jul 26
We read ‘ my family & other animals’ in Eng Lit..such a different landscape from the brutalist ‘70s industrial Black Country, I loved it, also ‘of mice& men’ and ‘The Pearl’ which prompted me to read all of in my awkward early teens.
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Pete Williams Jul 23
Replying to @cptstax @saxofficer
Hmm...I’m intrigued.
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Pete Williams Jul 23
Worrying times Lyle...hope you’re ok.
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lemn sissay MBE Jul 19
'How do you hold on' said night 'To love throughout the day?' 'To keep what I have' said light 'I have to give it away'.
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Pete Williams Jul 19
One of my favourite spots, some great swimming holes tucked away along this path, always worth the scramble down, be very careful tho...trekked around here on horseback too, a pint always welcome at journeys end. Wish I was there.
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Pete Williams Jul 16
Replying to @Birmingham_81
Light as a feather and playful, one of me faves, love Ellis.
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