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Belle and Sebastian: Trop Belle Pour Toi!!

Report and Interview by Ian Watson, New Musical Express, August 1997

ONCE AGAIN, Glasgow has provided the world with something special. Belle and Sebastian will become one of the most important bands of the '90s. Oh ...

Belle and Sebastian: The Ever-So-Secret Seven

Interview by Martin Aston, MOJO, January 1998

"IT ALL STARTED at open stage sessions at The Halt Bar in Glasgow," recalls Belle & Sebastian bassist Stuart David. "Drunken Saturday afternoon shambles ...

Belle and Sebastian: Tigermilk (Jeepster)

Review by Kit Aiken, Uncut, August 1999

Legendary debut by elusive Glasgow eight-piece pop co-operative, remastered, first time on CD; an original vinyl copy will part you with £250. ...

Belle and Sebastian: Brixton Academy, London (3 April, 2002)

Live Review by Tim Footman, Careless Talk Costs Lives, June 2002

THE QUEEN MOTHER has been dead for four days. I remember reading that she was a dab hand on the bongos. Belle and Sebastian have ...

Belle and Sebastian: Dear Catastrophe Waitress (Rough Trade)

Review by Will Hermes, Spin, October 2003

BELLE AND SEBASTIAN are more than a band of underachieving indie-rock layabouts from Glasgow. ...

Belle and Sebastian with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra: Hollywood Bowl, California

Live Review by Steven R Rosen, Harp, July 2006

SOMETIMES, WHAT sounds like a good concert idea on paper turns out even better – historic, even – on stage. ...

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