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Staatskapelle Berlin. Volt Ghosts — Electric Blackout. The kids have a much bigger sense of the world than I ever had growing up in Southend. The V. I have just watched a Nile Rogers gig on the iPlayer. Hier gibts die Plattencover meiner Sammlung, Bilder gucken mit Mehrwert.

Renate Schorler, pf; Dresden PO. Christian Collum, organ; Dresden PO. Berliner Cello-Quar. East German musicals hlts. Christine Wildner, pf; Ralf-Carsten Bromsel, vln. Gustav Schmahl, vln; Jutta Zoff, hp. Kegel, Leipzig RSO. Conrad Other, vln; Kegel, Leipzig. Masur, Leipzig RSO. Knothe Pommer, cond. RSO Berlin. Elisabeth Ebert, sop. Herbert Collum, organ. Josef Schwab, vcl. Ernst Herrmann, SO. Gunter Philipp, pf.

Streichquartett der Deutschen Staatsoper Berlin. Dresden PO. Erben-Quartett: Blaservereinigung Berlin. We then went to the Greenwich Village Halloween parade, which truly has to be seen to be believed, and everybody just got on with it, which is the best response. There was a big police presence and they blocked off all the roads leading to the parade, but they would probably have done that anyway.

The kids had a whale of a time, trick or treating in all the shops, restaurants and bars of Greenwich Village, as every place was well into it. But Autumn in New York City — fab! My only disappointment is the lack of record shops selling underground hip hop CDs. We get lots of Starlings around here. Strange to think they are in trouble as a species.

There are far fewer round our way than there were twenty years ago, outside of the murmuration-months. They nested by us, and it was common to have twenty-thirty in the garden at times. Now, they are a rare visitor. As are Greenfinches. The last Turtle Doves visited our garden in We seem to be bucking the trend for House Sparrows, though. A great big male blackbird collided with our patio window the other day, at great speed. I watched him gasp his last then fall still.

Cheap CDs always cheer me up — and now the owner of an extensive collection of lesser known British classical composers thanks to some house clearance chap at the local car boot. And talking of starlings — bird feeder in the garden all spruced up and full of the best Home Bargains can offer — now full of the sleek beauties bullying each other and any other bird that dares to eat. Thanks duco01 — excellent tip and in the crates as well — beautiful.

And bulk buying you say — my name is Morrison and I am a hoarder — but this is the golden age of CD buying…hoping for a cassette-style renaissance and they become valuable again. I can hear about a dozen kinds of birdsong and the grass is green after the rains.

This morning I moved his chair in front of the TV Winnie the Pooh — Cleese-voiced version, since you ask , poured some Rice Crispies and had made myself a cup of tea by the time he emerged, linking, into the sunlight. He surveyed the cosy scene of domesticity before him. The spare hours afforded have also allowed me to spend no little time in our friendly local second hand shop, finally getting round to re buying some things, and investigating those others that I never got round to.

Nothing makes the ironing go with a flourish than good-nick vinly. And two weeks before that, and in the same venue, I engineered a gig by a friend I consider to be a living genius. What a beautiful song. After a couple of failed relationships I am happy for him as he is a decent human being apart from being my son.

I got 28 comments all pretty positive on my Nights In review. My head is too big for the doorways, and I now think of myself a a writer of some renown. On Tuesday morning, I hit a deer, traveling at 75mph.

Everyone involved was just great: the State Trooper, the Highway Safety Patrol guy, the two trucker with whom I spent 90 miles and everyone at the insurance company. Super nice, super helpful. Made a potentially bad day so much better, and I am grateful for that.

I had hoped to book the week beginning 20 November as leave, but several people are on courses then so I will have to move it to the week beginning 27 November instead. Shall we just not bother? I love Christmas. Her husband is police, so her leave is dictated by what he can get as well as business needs. For the last couple of years this has meant extended breaks in December.

I happen to like the large majority of my colleagues but I spend up to 40 hours a week with them already. Not my intention and well you know it, snitch. And it sounds very much like Bob, like me, is assertive enough not to go along with non-compulsory work stuff that he just prefers not to do. Well yeah. Nice prize! Anyone who thought the bloke from the Word invented the 50 quid man never shopped at the original Mr Bongo in the basement underneath the reggae specialists Daddy Kool.

You took an LP sleeve up to the counter and the guy behind the counter fetched the record and inner sleeve, and instead of bagging it and taking your money, he would put it on! It was really difficult to leave without parting with loads of money.

I took to going down there on Saturday afternoons when there were always loads of DJs who wanted to hear lots of new records so it was easier to get away with just buying the one you came in for. I was well pleased with that. My son told me a story tonight. It was about how his little sister was kidnapped by a bear but saved by an octopus limbed ghost. It was a good story. I have just watched a Nile Rogers gig on the iPlayer. The link is here. I have just bought a new car after 13 years with the last one.

I feel like the pilot of the Starship Enterprise. No idea what most of the buttons are for but I can listen to Planet Rock on the radio. Ford Focus estate to replace my Ford Mondeo estate. The 3 dogs go in the back now and not on the back seat.

Will always find the room for charity shop stuff and auction fodder. My grandson will be 3 in April and is a star. He is a miracle baby long story of medical negligence hence feeling of terror. Framus Five — Blues In Soul. Hanns Eisler — Tagebuch Op.

Morlockk Dilemma — Herzbube. Risk It! The Yardbirds — The Yardbirds. Kerschowski — Weitergehn. Vangelis — Greatest Hits. Roxy Music — — The Atlantic Years. Yes — Classic Yes. Tomita — Pictures At An Exhibition.

Billy Cobham — Billy Cobham. Tangerine Dream — Quichotte. Joe Pass — Joe Pass. Albert Mangelsdorff — Albert Mangelsdorff. Passport 2 — Ataraxia. Engerling — Blues. Charles Mingus — Charlie Mingus. Eric Dolphy — Eric Dolphy. Various — Pop Jazz International. Herb Alpert — A Banda. Various — American Folk Blues Festival 66 2. Various — American Folk Blues Festival 66 1.

Memphis Slim — Various — American Folk Blues. Minus Hope — Like Adults! Minus Hope — Destroyka. The Hellacopters — Grande Rock.

The Hellacopters — Soulseller. Various — All Night Garage Service. Die Hitchhikers — Tell Tale Heart. Valient Thorr — Our Own Masters.

Valient Thorr — Total Universe Man. Valient Thorr — Stranger. Premonition 13 — Valient Thorr — Immortalizer. Der Weg Einer Freiheit — Agonie. Kadavar — Kadavar.

Messer 2 — Die Unsichtbaren. Messer 2 — Im Schwindel. Graveyard 3 — Graveyard. Various — Woodstock Two. Jazz Fiddlers — The Jazz Fiddlers. Gimp Fist — The Last Stand? Eastside Boys — Irgendwas Ist Immer. Deluminator — Coronary. Curse 3 — Freiheit. Cornered 2 — Hate Mantras.

Punishable Act — Rhythm Of Destruction. No Ride. The Egyptian Gay Lovers.

Leipzig RSO. Berlin SO. Staatskapelle Berlin. Egon Morbitzer, vln. Gisela May, sop. Becher: In dir gehen viele Schritte. Gunther Herbig, Berlin SO. Maria Vermes, Gustav Schmahl, vlns. Eisler, cond. Masur, Dresden PO. Renate Schorler, pf; Dresden PO. Christian Collum, organ; Dresden PO. Berliner Cello-Quar. East German musicals hlts. Christine Wildner, pf; Ralf-Carsten Bromsel, vln. Gustav Schmahl, vln; Jutta Zoff, hp. Kegel, Leipzig RSO. Conrad Other, vln; Kegel, Leipzig. Masur, Leipzig RSO.

Count me in for the Autumn love. There are also certain records which sound brilliant at this time of year — on the way home with blurry streetlights and Xmas having into view. Orange, red, sludgy greens, browns. Lovely and they make me very happy indeed. We were around half a mile from the incident the other day, but the first we heard about it was when people from home started texting us.

We then went to the Greenwich Village Halloween parade, which truly has to be seen to be believed, and everybody just got on with it, which is the best response. There was a big police presence and they blocked off all the roads leading to the parade, but they would probably have done that anyway.

The kids had a whale of a time, trick or treating in all the shops, restaurants and bars of Greenwich Village, as every place was well into it. But Autumn in New York City — fab! My only disappointment is the lack of record shops selling underground hip hop CDs.

We get lots of Starlings around here. Strange to think they are in trouble as a species. There are far fewer round our way than there were twenty years ago, outside of the murmuration-months. They nested by us, and it was common to have twenty-thirty in the garden at times. Now, they are a rare visitor. As are Greenfinches. The last Turtle Doves visited our garden in We seem to be bucking the trend for House Sparrows, though. A great big male blackbird collided with our patio window the other day, at great speed.

I watched him gasp his last then fall still. Cheap CDs always cheer me up — and now the owner of an extensive collection of lesser known British classical composers thanks to some house clearance chap at the local car boot. And talking of starlings — bird feeder in the garden all spruced up and full of the best Home Bargains can offer — now full of the sleek beauties bullying each other and any other bird that dares to eat. Thanks duco01 — excellent tip and in the crates as well — beautiful.

And bulk buying you say — my name is Morrison and I am a hoarder — but this is the golden age of CD buying…hoping for a cassette-style renaissance and they become valuable again.

I can hear about a dozen kinds of birdsong and the grass is green after the rains. This morning I moved his chair in front of the TV Winnie the Pooh — Cleese-voiced version, since you ask , poured some Rice Crispies and had made myself a cup of tea by the time he emerged, linking, into the sunlight.

He surveyed the cosy scene of domesticity before him. The spare hours afforded have also allowed me to spend no little time in our friendly local second hand shop, finally getting round to re buying some things, and investigating those others that I never got round to. Nothing makes the ironing go with a flourish than good-nick vinly. And two weeks before that, and in the same venue, I engineered a gig by a friend I consider to be a living genius.

What a beautiful song. After a couple of failed relationships I am happy for him as he is a decent human being apart from being my son. I got 28 comments all pretty positive on my Nights In review. My head is too big for the doorways, and I now think of myself a a writer of some renown. On Tuesday morning, I hit a deer, traveling at 75mph. Everyone involved was just great: the State Trooper, the Highway Safety Patrol guy, the two trucker with whom I spent 90 miles and everyone at the insurance company.

Super nice, super helpful. Made a potentially bad day so much better, and I am grateful for that. I had hoped to book the week beginning 20 November as leave, but several people are on courses then so I will have to move it to the week beginning 27 November instead. Shall we just not bother? I love Christmas. Her husband is police, so her leave is dictated by what he can get as well as business needs.

For the last couple of years this has meant extended breaks in December. I happen to like the large majority of my colleagues but I spend up to 40 hours a week with them already. Not my intention and well you know it, snitch. And it sounds very much like Bob, like me, is assertive enough not to go along with non-compulsory work stuff that he just prefers not to do. Well yeah. Nice prize! Anyone who thought the bloke from the Word invented the 50 quid man never shopped at the original Mr Bongo in the basement underneath the reggae specialists Daddy Kool.

You took an LP sleeve up to the counter and the guy behind the counter fetched the record and inner sleeve, and instead of bagging it and taking your money, he would put it on!

It was really difficult to leave without parting with loads of money. I took to going down there on Saturday afternoons when there were always loads of DJs who wanted to hear lots of new records so it was easier to get away with just buying the one you came in for.

I was well pleased with that. My son told me a story tonight. It was about how his little sister was kidnapped by a bear but saved by an octopus limbed ghost. It was a good story. I have just watched a Nile Rogers gig on the iPlayer. The link is here.

I have just bought a new car after 13 years with the last one. I feel like the pilot of the Starship Enterprise. No idea what most of the buttons are for but I can listen to Planet Rock on the radio. Various — American Folk Blues Festival 66 2. Various — American Folk Blues Festival 66 1. Memphis Slim — Various — American Folk Blues. Minus Hope — Like Adults! Minus Hope — Destroyka. The Hellacopters — Grande Rock.

The Hellacopters — Soulseller. Various — All Night Garage Service. Die Hitchhikers — Tell Tale Heart. Valient Thorr — Our Own Masters. Valient Thorr — Total Universe Man. Valient Thorr — Stranger. Premonition 13 — Valient Thorr — Immortalizer. Der Weg Einer Freiheit — Agonie. Kadavar — Kadavar. Messer 2 — Die Unsichtbaren. Messer 2 — Im Schwindel. Graveyard 3 — Graveyard. Various — Woodstock Two. Jazz Fiddlers — The Jazz Fiddlers.

Gimp Fist — The Last Stand? Eastside Boys — Irgendwas Ist Immer. Deluminator — Coronary. Curse 3 — Freiheit. Cornered 2 — Hate Mantras. Punishable Act — Rhythm Of Destruction. No Ride. The Egyptian Gay Lovers. Madness — One Step Beyond…. COR — Prekariat. COR — Herztier. Nailbomb — Point Blank. Madball — The Best Of Madball. No Turning Back — Take Control.

No Turning Back — Reaching Forward. No Turning Back — Stronger. No Turning Back — Holding On. No Turning Back — No Turning Back — Damage Done. COR — Tsunami. Orchestra Jack White — Russian Melodies. Cock Sparrer — True Grit Outtakes. Mono 7 — Rays Of Darkness. Mono 7 — The Last Dawn. Rummelsnuff — Himmelfahrt. Tourdeforce 2 — Use It. Burning Lady — Wasted Time. Big Trunk — 1st Album.