Have been ultra busy with music recently- out meeting new musicians, gigging recording, and selling gear that I don’t use and allowing me to buy new stuff. – this week have sold an acoustic guitar and agreed a sale on anoter item – so three out, means one in!
Hot rodded FBJ clone. Only 20 watts but sounds gorgeous! Looking forward to using it tonight at the Blues jam.
You see, if you can speak Welsh, Klingon is a walk in the park . . . .
Aftee last night’s gig, we climbed into the car, and as Lesley put the keys in the ignition, a voice boomed out: “I HATE YOU!…”
Those BBC radio plays are vey convincing……….
Time to vote. Have I listened to the debates, the arguments, the caterwauling and the promises/lies? As much as is humanly possible, and that isn’t much. Who do I want to win? Labour…. because I hope/believe that they are probably going to govern in a way that goes along with my beliefs. And that’s probably more based on my past experience, than anything specific I have heard during the campaign. I liked a Labour leader with beliefs and no dress sense….. pass me the duffle coat, Mikey. At a local level, the weather forecast is mild, therefore chances of hell freezing over or Labour winning are equally unlikely. So it is a tactical vote then. But it leaves me feeling a little uncomfortable that a party I am voting for as the lesser of two evils believes that I support it, whereas the one I have traditionally supported ‘sees’ I am not voting for them. Is there a way of adding an addendum saying – ‘by the way, this vote is not FOR you, but against THEM!’?
Happy Polling Day!
Me and my ‘little brother’ . . il mio fratellino Carmelo!
Yup, there is a lot of rubbish out there, but this morning I’ve listened to Mongolian throat singing, and Tom Jones singing Fred McDowell’s ‘You gotta move’ with Seasick Steve! Good start to a rainy day in Manchester.
Looking forward to the new Danny Gregory book, but still not available. Read a piece by him yesterday, and tried some ideas with quick sketch with thick marker on newsprint . . good practice . . .
On the radio, there is a guy who was a year below me at school, who according to Cameron has a formidable reputation in the field of defence and disarmament.. (and) led the challenge to dangerous unilateralism in the Eighties. Hmm. And then there was Rowan Williams, another ‘old boy’ from my school, who was living in Lambeth Palace and intervening in World politics!
Me ? I had a great night on Thursday playing with some well funky musicians….. and looking forward to more of it. Funny old world.