Fb2 English at the Seaside (Targets) ePub
by Richard Dawson
|Publisher:||Walker Books; New edition edition (April 25, 1991)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1773 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1932 kb|
|Digital formats:||mbr mobi rtf txt|
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Richard Dawson (born 1981) is an English folk-influenced musician from Newcastle upon Tyne. His 2014 album Nothing Important was released by Weird World and was met with critical acclaim. His 2017 album Peasant received similar acclaim, and was chosen by The Quietus as their album of the year. Dawson grew up in Newcastle and became interested in singing as a child, attempting to emulate American singers such as Faith No More's Mike Patton
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Dawson nodded and watched the three Catalinas move into line formation. The request for an identification signal was already sounding in hisearphones. Sure, go ahead, kid," he said. But watch your English accent. Theymight wonder, and start to get funny. And I don't want to play aroundany more. English-born I may be, but I'm afraid I'm definitely not afollower of the sea. I always feel much better when there is the groundunderneath m. "Well, it's there under us now, and both of us are stationary, praisebe!"