Talk:Jamie T

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Childish addition about heckling at ordinary boys gig, they didn't even check their spelling


I have added in the B-side information as announced to Jamie T's mailing list last week Suthnoli 19:29, 26 September 2006 (UTC)

Although it is great how people have been adding so much to this, it is now a bit all over the shop. There is info in the "Exposure and Airplay" section that is not relevant in that section (such as biographical info) and there is some sketchy info (like an age rather than a date of birth). If anybody can provide some more accurate info then it would be much appreciated! Thank you x Simon Kilpin 23:03, 3 January 20079 (UTC)

Why did someone take out the fact the boys a posho?

Source? Definition? Maybe something like "his voice reflects a middle class upbringing", if AND ONLY IF it can be sourced (professions of parents, perhaps?)--MartinUK 16:26, 2 March 2007 (UTC)

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Music Career[edit]

Are the music videos metioned in the Music Career section really necessary? If the videos were award winners or did something really unique, I could understand, but as it stands I'm not sure that it needs to be there. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Rubiksphere (talkcontribs) 01:46, 25 September 2008 (UTC)

There must be some confusion. The Jamie T from BPA sang the son Local town in the late 70's. This Jamie T was born in 86. (From the BPA website) The BPA's modus operandi appears to have been to convene for sessions at times pre-agreed according to astrological principles laid out by their guru Baba Ganoush, sadly now deceased. On auspicious dates they would gather and jam. Some of these sessions, listened to in the cold light of 2008, are classic, notably a song called 'Local Town' sung by Jamie T some time in the late '70s. Lots of other artists crossed paths with the BPA, although many now deny ever having had met them. The vocal on a catchy number called 'Toe Jam' is patently David Byrne, despite his reticence on the subject, and at some point during The BPA's 'mauve spell', when Cook and Thornton both insisted they could only record on equipment painted mauve, Martha Wainwright stopped by and laid down the vocals for a dubbed out track called 'Spade'.

 —Preceding unsigned comment added by 67.184.239.239 (talk) 01:16, 16 February 2009 (UTC)