The Go-Betweens: Up From Down Under
Don Watson, NME, 26 November 1983
HOW TOUCHINGLY ENGLISH this all is. Outside in the late autumn Notting Hill Gate landscape shoppers shuffle through the leaves, surprised at the novelty of a mild November day. Inside in the basement area of this homely hotel, Robert Forster of the Go-Betweens is being Mummy, sloshing a second round from the silver-coloured teapot into the bone china cups.
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