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Male vocalist 31, looking to help out band to have a pop at anything along the lines of: Tindersticks, Cousteau, Scott Walker, Sinatra.

What are the chances?

Reply here, cheers.

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Male vocalist 31' date=' looking to help out band to have a pop at anything along the lines of: Tindersticks[/quote']

I really hope you find something, Tindersticks are great!

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Guest Mr Blastcap

aye that sounds interesting. Scott walkers mental. not familiar with Tindersticks, are they a bit morose like Lambchop?

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Guest Mr Blastcap

awesome, i'm away to look for Tindersticks stuff. tidy. its grim up north. somebody should start a band with this bloke.

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awesome' date=' i'm away to look for Tindersticks stuff. tidy. its grim up north. somebody should start a band with this bloke.[/quote']

I'd recommend their second selt-titled album as a beginning step - The one in black and white with the half-tailored suits. Deeply dark immersive stuff, for listening to alone with only a bottle of scotch for company.

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I'd recommend their second selt-titled album as a beginning step - The one in black and white with the half-tailored suits. Deeply dark immersive stuff' date=' for listening to alone with only a bottle of scotch for company.[/quote']

Any Tindersticks LP with Tiny Tears on it, is a must

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You will find everything you need to start with Tindersticks on their glorious first album, the one with the flamenco dancer on the cover. They have never bettered it as a whole album but they have had many moments to come close. If FOPP still have the Working For The Man CD at 5 quid that's also worth a shot especially if it's the double disc edition.

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You will find everything you need to start with Tindersticks on their glorious first album' date=' the one with the flamenco dancer on the cover. They have never bettered it as a whole album but they have had many moments to come close. If FOPP still have the Working For The Man CD at 5 quid that's also worth a shot especially if it's the double disc edition.[/quote']

A later one, Donkeys is a very lovely & the one with the french film score

is pretty wonderful.

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A later one' date=' Donkeys is a very lovely & the one with the french film score

is pretty wonderful.[/quote']

Yeah, basically all their stuff is great, I've got it all, I just find their first album perfect.

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Guest DustyDeviada
somebody should start a band with this bloke.

Yep, good plan, I'd be up for adding some atmospheric Lee Hazlewood/Duane Eddy/Ennio Morricone twang on my Gretsch for this kind of project.

Come on bass players/keyboardists/drummers, let's hear from you.

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