And James Blunt’s reason for writing shite music is dot dot dot?

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That he was in the army.

*dramatic pause; pops out for a falafal with everything; comes back; still pausing*

‘I do think I need to widen my influences,’ says Jimmy B. ‘So that everything doesn’t end up the same. My publisher recommends interesting people to work with. You have to remember I come from the Army: I don’t know any musicians.’

Er, radio?

Ends.

Wasn’t that a ‘citing story, pop-pickers. Now let’s watch/listen to JB’s simply diabolical stunning new song, ‘1973’. No actually, let’s not. Let’s watch a bit of Frenchie and Saunders. Yey!

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5 comments to “And James Blunt’s reason for writing shite music is dot dot dot?”

  1. I was also in the army and yet I was able to make great music like Woman to Woman.

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  2. Wasn’t Elvis in the army?

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  3. Oh I LOVE this F&S clip. And OH!!! This is where you got the ‘is it a matter for the police?’ reference from, innit. Funny.

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  4. And wasn’t Diana Ross in the army between The Supremes and ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough’? Around about the era of ‘Work that Body’?

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  5. Norman Wisdom played in an army band actually James. So there.

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