Sidi Bou Said - Ode To Drink album download
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|TOPP037CD||Sidi Bou Said||Ode To Drink (CD, Single)||Ultimate||TOPP037CD||UK||1995|
|UKPROMO4T||Sidi Bou Said||Ode To Drink (12", Promo)||Ultimate||UKPROMO4T||UK||1995|
|TOPP037||Sidi Bou Said||Ode To Drink (7", Single)||Ultimate||TOPP037||UK||1995|
Sidi Bou Said were a London-based alternative rock band, who existed during the 1990s, formed by Claire Lemmon, Gayl Harrison and Melanie Woods. Their music combined an indie rock/folk sound with complex arrangements and literate lyrics. Their name comes from a town in Tunisia.
Named for a religious figure who lived there, Abu Said al-Baji, it was previously called Jabal el-Menar. The town itself is a tourist attraction and is known for its extensive use of blue and white. It can be reached by a TGM train, which runs from Tunis to La Marsa.
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Sidi Bou Said were a London-based rock band, who existed during the 1990s. Sidi Bou Said's debut album was produced by Tim Friese-Greene
There are 4 ways to get from Sousse to Sidi Bou Said by train, subway, taxi or car. Select an option below to see step-by-step directions and to compare ticket prices and travel times in Rome2rio's travel planner. Train, TGM, 2h 27m. Take the train from Sousse to Tunis Ville. Take the TGM from Tunis Marine to (Sidi Bou Saïd) سيدي بوسعيد. Train, TGM via Sousse, 2h 54m.
Sidi Bou Said is an excellent base of operations for your trip to Tunisia. Since it is located very close to Tunis, there is plenty of things to do in and around the town. The streets of Sidi Bou Said, most of which are quaint cobbled streets, are lined for the most part with souvenir shops, cafe’s, and art shops. The entire town has an intense feel of artistry and craftsmanship, and the locals are very proud of their town, and don’t hesitate to show it off. Much of the town is quiet, and inhabited mostly by locals going about their daily business.