For We Must Have Music
Tuneful posts not otherwise collected.
With occasional outbreaks of Black Slate.
I don’t know where to begin with all the health and safety issues of that hat.
Hold on I can cheat.
Very sensible to have mid set callisthenics as longer concerts in a fairly static position can risk injury to both audience and performer.
Will Crummer And The Royal Rarotongans – Te Pa O Taku Ngakau (Shall I forget you)
The intro was promising.
I was hugely impressed with them on The Tube early in their overnight success (after 14 years) due to introducing sequenced synths to their sound whilst still managing to sound this raw. (Their videos were also popular).
First up music with a certain I don’t know what.
And new ‘Lo-fi based elevator music about melody’.
Jim Steinman has bitten the dust.
Never shy of the big production he’d often throw in everything including the kitchen sink.
Rock with additional Roll
I came across Lee Morse t’other day.