A&R man ( The Libertines among his spots), band manager and rock’n’roll raconteur James Endeacott set up his own record label, 1965 Records , in 2006 in conjunction with SonyBMG. After several years – and a lot of records – the enterprise came to an end… but despite, or indeed because of that experience he’s at it again. Reviving 1965 for the new year, the label kicks back into life with a night at the Amersham Arms in London on 20 December featuring Holy , Man & The Echo and Lusts live, while Palma Violets are on the decks. Explaing why it’s 1965 again, he’s written a guest column for Q on the joys and pitfuls of having your own label... http:///7601/guest-column-i-wish-it-could-be-1965-again/
Sorry, I don't mean any harm but I don't believe it's genetically possible for Coco or Kim Kardashian to have the derrieres they have without the benefit of butt injections or plastic surgery. I just don't buy it. However, I think your workouts are designed very well and are helping me get in excellent shape. I do think some women can enhance the roundness of their butts and even add inches but they are Never going to have an "out there" butt like me or Pam Grier-70s style, or Beyonce. Genetics. European women are not typically born with thick hips, butts or thighs. Coco is fake and airbrushed and photo shopped. Ethnic women have had big butts since the beginning of time, long before these other women thought it was fashionable to want a big butt. It's just genetics, not attacking anyone or putting any person down. Again, I do think some women can enhance their butts but only to a degree. There was one woman on here who mentioned she wants a butt "like Coco". Perhaps she should do what Coco did and just get butt implants or injections. These small-boned, flat-derriere'd women need to understand that doing all the squats and lunges in the WORLD will NOT give them the curves of a black woman that they obviously deeply desire. Wow! Didn't realize how much we are envied.
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