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Paul Noonan Solo

Postby thedefector » Wed Jan 22, 2014 4:34 pm

Any new news on Paul's solo project at all? It was reported in Feb 2012, and album expect late the same year.....
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Re: Paul Noonan Solo

Postby Rocky » Wed May 07, 2014 4:54 am

I definitely love what I've heard so far from this. Apparatchik was my clear favourite yesterday, enhanced only by the fact that it has plenty of Lisa on it. Today, I am definitely leaning towards If I Had Your Grace and also have a new appreciation for Vapour Trail. Really looking forward to hearing the entire album. For anyone who hasn't heard any of it: https://soundcloud.com/printer-clips
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Re: Paul Noonan Solo

Postby trickster » Wed May 07, 2014 7:43 am

Good to see even a little activity on here.

Really liking what ive heard too, 'If I Had Your Grace' is very beautiful and 'Apparatchik' is fantastic too, plenty of Lisa is always a good thing :mrgreen:

I'm very sorry now I wont be around for the show on the 24th :(
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Re: Paul Noonan Solo

Postby trickster » Sun May 18, 2014 2:11 am

Pretty quiet here lately, but anyway

Bell X1's bonus track on Blue Lights 'The Snowman' has turned up on Paul's solo album 'The Right Sleeve' and beautiful it is, sang with Gemma Hayes.

By the way speaking of which, does anyone have the Bell X1 version of it that had a really rocky guitar outro, used to have it saved but can't find it now.
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Re: Paul Noonan Solo

Postby Darren » Wed Jun 11, 2014 6:24 pm

Album is quite decent but feel it could have been so much better.
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Re: Paul Noonan Solo

Postby Rocky » Fri Jun 13, 2014 3:15 am

Darren wrote:Album is quite decent but feel it could have been so much better.


Yep I feel the same. Some real gems, some that don't quite land, and quite a bit of recycled material.
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Re: Paul Noonan Solo

Postby Mr Benn » Thu Jun 26, 2014 12:22 am

I grabbed a rip of the National Concert Hall stream if anyone would like it?

Also, Rocky my man, what's the craic? Still in Boston these days?
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Re: Paul Noonan Solo

Postby Rocky » Tue Jul 01, 2014 1:35 am

I would definitely love a copy of that.

I am still in Boston. Moving from the suburbs into Somerville on Wednesday so that's very exciting. Then in another month I'm going back to Ireland for a few weeks to see the family and get married and all that stuff. It's an exciting time to be me right now.

You moved to Texas the last time I heard? Are you still there?
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Re: Paul Noonan Solo

Postby Mr Benn » Mon Jul 07, 2014 1:01 am

Am indeed, though the plan is to move out to California in January/February hopefully. Had planned on moving this year but visa stuff got in the way.

What part of Somerville? Used to live in Porter Square myself.

Will send you a link to that recording once I've split out the tracks.
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Re: Paul Noonan Solo

Postby Rocky » Wed Jul 16, 2014 12:51 pm

Oh sounds good. You're really getting around the country which is pretty cool. What part of California (although there could be 6 Californias soon apparently)?

I live on Beacon Street right beside The Thirsty Scholar and a 2 minute walk from Inman Square. It's pretty much on the Somerville / Cambridge line, about a 20 min walk from Porter Square. I'm slowly re-establishing my relationship with Porter Square. When I got here first and had dreams of working in a grassroots organization interested in the greater good, I spent two days knocking on doors around Porter Square begging people for money. I quit after the second day. It's a really nice area though.
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Re: Paul Noonan Solo

Postby Mr Benn » Fri Aug 22, 2014 2:30 am

Rocky wrote:Oh sounds good. You're really getting around the country which is pretty cool. What part of California (although there could be 6 Californias soon apparently)?

I live on Beacon Street right beside The Thirsty Scholar and a 2 minute walk from Inman Square. It's pretty much on the Somerville / Cambridge line, about a 20 min walk from Porter Square. I'm slowly re-establishing my relationship with Porter Square. When I got here first and had dreams of working in a grassroots organization interested in the greater good, I spent two days knocking on doors around Porter Square begging people for money. I quit after the second day. It's a really nice area though.


Man, talk about a long time between replies :mrgreen: Sorry was on vacation when I read your reply, and promptly forgot to respond when I got back haha.

I'll be in the San Francisco area (surprise surprise working in the tech world). Hope the wedding went well! I'll PM you the PC gig at the weekend. In other news, you should go see Storyman @ TT The Bears on September 13th.
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Re: Paul Noonan Solo

Postby Rocky » Wed Sep 10, 2014 2:00 pm

Don't worry, replying late seems to be the flavor of the month around here. I have yet to see San Francisco but the wife (still feels weird) loves it and my uncle is there so I'm sure I'll get there some day. There are other shenanigans afoot for me Saturday night so I won't be able to check out Storyman.

Any sign of that PC gig? :mrgreen:
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Re: Paul Noonan Solo

Postby Mr Benn » Thu Sep 18, 2014 2:35 am

Haha I'm useless I know :mrgreen:

Flying back to Ireland on Friday, so will be a hectic next few days, but you'll have it within the week!
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