Saturday, 25 June 2011

day twenty

"a song that you listen to when you’re angry"

much more likely to go for a nice sit down somewhere lovely like phoenix gardens watch the sparrows on the feeders and splashing about in the fish pond deep breaths and calm calm calm these days but i guess there've been times when records were reached for vodka spilled and all screeching along to public image or liar's beware or adult-ery or some just as rowdy rawkusness those shouty releases and some scratchy ones

dr octagon - bear witness



Yr Heartout said...

Nice call. I haven't listened to Dr Octagon in ages. Now where did I put those Mo' Wax records? Saw Dan The Automator standing outside the Covent Garden Rough Trade shop once and felt very starstruck. Tsk those were the days.

davyh said...

You know, I think this has been the best thing you've done, this 30 thing - heart and soul and old faves and surprises and 'stocking fillers' and...sheesh, here's to the last ten x

sewa mobil said...

Very nice, thanks for sharing.

ally. said...

knowing what any of those chaps look like is mighty impressive dear. and thankyou

dh you're too kind. i've been kinda enjoying it all too. it's handy having something i can't put off for a start

sewa dear welcome along

spud said...

Neat. One of the interesing things about this journey has been the glimpses of a distant past when you and modern music were both still on the same page. The high-water mark was probably aroud 1995, I guess? When the angry Turnmills patrons were marching on your DJ booth with pitchforks and flaming torches as you tormented them with with your cutting edge Brazilian / trip-hop fusions? After that, never the twain would meet...