This is my final post. I am not off in a huff or anything but I realise that life is very different than when I started this blog almost ten years ago with the post 'Wet Dreams' about my visit to the hidden river Fleet. That was brought home to me last week when the very same story was broadcast on BBC Radio 3 as part of the Just Juvenilia series produced by Duncan Minshull. It was also the story of the beginning of The Real Tuesday Weld and the song 'I Love the Rain' - which was perhaps the very first electro-swing tune (although of course we called it Antique Beat)
So we are sort of ending with a beginning. That sort of sums it all up really.
You can listen if you like:
And it is not that I am no longer bothered about "Myth Music London Love Birth Death Dreams or Blood' either. In fact, I think care more, but several of these things have now evolved their own lives. If you still care too and want to stay connected, or if you should come across this in some future age, we can be in touch here:
For THE REAL TUESDAY WELD go HERE, HERE or HERE
For BEAUTIFUL THINGS to own, see and hear, go HERE
For LONDON related things go HERE or HERE
For DEATH go HERE
For my FILM MUSIC go HERE
To read about the strange, strange story of ghostly records and the people who loved music so much they went to prison for it, go HERE
I have really enjoyed writing the 200 plus posts I made for this blog and if you have read and enjoyed any of them, thank you.
It's always best to finish with a song and so here is the one that in many ways started it all off.*
Very best wishes then
*With eternal thanks to Tracy Lee Jackson of Dreamy records who heard it all those years ago and believed..