Sunday, February 01, 2015

Attempted jettison commencement...

Playlist
Golden Earring - Moontan (European Version)
Various - January Hit Singles 1961-2015
Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
Atomic Rooster - Atomic Roooster
Van Der Graaf Generator - The Least We Can Do Is Wave To Each Other
Cloudland Blue Quartet - Betonmusik 2015
Cloudland Blue Quartet - Starlightlive
GoGo Penguin - V 2.0
The Jazz Crusaders - The Young Rabbits (LP)
Paul Chambers/John Coltrane - High Step (LP)
Wayne Shorter - Introducing Wayne Shorter
Valgeir Sigurðsson - Architecture Of Loss
David Ackles - American Gothic
Tori Amos - Gold Dust
Aqualung - Memory Man
Arcade Fire - The Suburbs
Audience - Friends, Friends, Friend
Brian Auger's Oblivion Express - Second Wind
The Black Keys - Attack & Release
Broken Social Scene - Broken Social Scene
Broken Social Scene - You Forgot It In People

Good moon today...


These have been treated...


...to bring out the markings...



Pretty hung over this morning after a very late rise...

Listening to the recordings of my last two CBQ live sets from, now, almost three years ago, made me think about perhaps playing again...

Along with that, Creek is back it seems, Capital Models may rise again and there is even some movement on Crazy Wisdom - strange times indeed...

Watched the the League Cup semi-final, the first ever meeting of Glasgow Celtic and The Rangers...

Many fans of The Rangers seemed to believe they stood a chance...

However, given Celtic have thrashed Hearts this season, it seemed mad for them to do so? Did they think St Mirren would have beaten Celtic?

The Rangers had no chance unless Celtic somehow imploded...

They didn't have a single shot on goal throughout the 90 minutes and Celtic won 2-0 but could've easily been 5-0 up by half time (headed miss, through on goalie miss, strange ref decision re Griffiths clean through)...

All the analysis in the world can't disguise the fact that, right now, The Rangers are a second division team just like Hearts, Hibs, QoS and Falkirk - none of whom would beat the 'tic without a huge helping of luck...

The Light Blues still got a long way to go but they're at a disadvantage because, for some strange reason, it seems to take millions of pounds for The Rangers to be on a par with clubs like Hibs, QoS or Falkirk (not to mention a country mile behind Hearts)...

While enjoying a couple of jazz LPs, some work on collating CDs which may be jettisoned in one way or another...


To Anne's mum's for tea - no visit to mine as she had called first thing to advise under the influence of the lurgi and does not wish to pass on - very considerate...

Rafa the Dog was present this evening... 


..for the Exec Producer's birthday tea...


...of steak pie and cake...


 ...not concurrently...

Kitty was back too...


...and interest was shown in the calendar containing various family portraits, which Anne and I gave her mum at Xmas...


Back home for the last "Last Tango in Paris", the footie highlights and some late on listening to some CDs from the pile of rejects which may deserve a second chance...

Highlight of the Day : CD sorting...

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