for all us poor schmoes whose hard earned was dragged kicking and screaming down the stinking sodding saturday high street (duvet cover division) when it longed to be running into the loving arms of pharoah sanders at ronnie's and swooning to the music of small films at the union chapel. it's a bloomin' outrage. hopefully a hardcore quater of an hour of beardy jazz yodelling and a glimpse of postgate/elliot gorgeousness will set us back on the path of righteousness
pharoah sanders - hum-allah hum-allah hum-allah
the clangers on trunk here
pharoah at sounds of the universe here
I have that Clangers one. It's luvverly.
Heave Charlie Mouse *weeps big tears*
Still, a new duvet cover...
i didn't even get the ****!!!$$%$%$$*** duvet cover. bloody shabitat didn't have the one i wanted in the right bloody size did they. and i got rained on.
was this what you were after!!
they are out of stock!
Amazing I was checking acoustic renditions of kiddie themes on youtube today have a peep here
Shame you couldn't join us for Ronnies, Pharoah was pretty wonderful. He played in a trio with William G Henderson on piano and some amazing conguero called Giovanni Hidalgo that I probably ought to have heard of before.
You don't get crazy free ferocity from Pharoah these days but you do get a lot of beautiful trancey deep modal jazz, ballads in the Coltrane style, and the odd spontaneous eruption of joyful chantaing and clapping. Magic.
(And, Ronnies being Ronnies, you also got a couple of fuckwits who thought that all this bountiful beauty was background muzak for their witless prattling and burger and chips. Can't win 'em all.)
ooooh i do like a bit of deep and modal and all but never with burger and chips. philistines. (can we still say that. have i just got all come dancing controversial. oh heck)
Philistine is OK. 'Philly' is considered unacceptable.
There goes that Stylistics post...
philistine - a monster made from cream cheese
I'm enjoying your blog very much - I just found my way on to it today. Thanks. Marie
lovely to have you along dear. always a pleasure
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