The Weird Weekend is now upon us. Last night's party was probably the best yet, despite weather and tent related mishaps. A splendid time was had by all...
A Eulogistic Erik Norlander review. In these days where mediocrity is celebrated and true ability often ignored it is wonderful to see a musical craftsman of Erik's stature receiving praise for his many talents. http://gonzo-multimedia.blogspot.com/2012/08/erik-norlander-review_17.html
Another visit to the world of Thom the World Poet:
Chris Thompson is one of the great soulful singers of rock music, and is particularly fanmous in Europe, as this Belgian review shows.
A forthcoming gig by Martin Stephenson and the Argyll and Bute Ukulele Ensemble
I have been resisting the temptation to do any Olympic-themed postings over the last few weeks. This is partly because I find the excess of the whole thing expensive, and the fact that in a country where people are having their Disability Benefits slashed we can spend £27 million on the opening ceremony alone is highly distasteful and smacks of bread and circuses. However, there are some interesting proggy themed links to the whole affair, and now it is all over I feel happier about writing about it.
And finally a nicely written article about the latest incarnation of Yes
And that is it for today. The blog postings are likely to somewhat perfunctory until Tuesday...